Nicholas Pescod

RCMP on Vancouver Island nab suspect in 50 break-and-enters

Ian Mactavish, 53, faces multiple after his Nanaimo property searched

Nanaimo RCMP arrest man carrying four rifles wrapped in a blanket

RCMP aiming to reunite firearms with rightful owner

Beach fire ban coming to one of Vancouver Island’s few holdout communities

Lantzville councillors vote 3-2 to pass third reading of a fire protection services bylaw

Election analysis: UVic prof says byelection boosts Green Party but might not mean Green wave

Greens benefit from boost, NDP won’t find positives, professor says of Nanaimo-Ladysmith vote

Nanaimo provincial byelection winner outspent political opponents

MLA Sheila Malcolmson’s campaign spent more than $90K during January byelection

Opinion: Potential beach fire ban doesn’t exhaust all options

It’s easy to blame a demographic that doesn’t vote or pay taxes, says columnist

Lantzville looking to ban beach fires as youths aren’t respecting beaches

Lantzville the only municipality south of Comox Valley that allows beach fires, district staff say

Nanaimo RCMP ‘fully expect’ task force to cut down on crime near supportive housing

B.C. housing minister acknowledges ‘significant increase’ in calls to service

Maxime Bernier works to build party’s profile on Vancouver Island

People’s Party of Canada leader in Nanaimo-Ladysmith campaigning for the upcoming bylelection

Federal environment minister in Nanaimo-Ladysmith to boost Liberal campaign

Catherine McKenna knocked on doors today with candidate Michelle Corfield

B.C. government commits $1.4 million to restore Morden Mine near Nanaimo

Restoration work to begin next week at park

20 people displaced by fire at Nanaimo supportive housing complex

Island Crisis Care Society, the site’s operator, is looking for alternative accommodations for them

Prime Minister Trudeau comes campaigning in Nanaimo

A day after announcing a May 6 byelection date for Nanaimo-Ladysmith, Justin Trudeau visits city

Case dropped against former Nanaimo CAO who had allegedly made threats

Special prosecutor advises courts that pursuing peace bond is no longer in the public interest

Case against former Nanaimo CAO Tracy Samra expected to be dropped

B.C. Prosecution Service tells those involved with case that they won’t be required in court

Editorial: Grounding new 737 planes had to be done

Canada joined a host of other nations in implementing some form of a ban

Nanaimo eases overnight camping rules in three “broader parks”

New law opens door to overnight homeless shelters under certain condition

Model train enthusiasts set to gather in Nanaimo

The 35th annual Nanaimo Model Railroad Show takes place at Beban Park on Sunday, March 10

Nanaimo apartment construction jumps to levels not seen since the 1970s.

138 new apartment units started during the first two months of 2019