Nicholas Pescod

‘Your own kingdom:’ Private island near Nanaimo up for sale

Lily Island listed for $1.4 million

Nanaimo’s landmark Dinghy Dock Pub has sold

Deal closed yesterday, says pub general manager

B.C. Premier talks pipeline, Western separatism at Vancouver Island Economic Summit

Horgan wonders why Albertans feel animosity toward federal government that bought a pipeline

New boathouse coming for Nanaimo paddlesports clubs

$1.35-$2-million project would be used by local rowing, canoe and kayak clubs

Campaign brings NDP leader Jagmeet Singh through downtown Nanaimo

Singh says his party has ‘momentum’ heading into election day

Nanaimo looking to accelerate bike lane plans

$400,000 project would reduce Front Street to two vehicle lanes, add bike lanes

Mon Petit Choux in downtown Nanaimo up for sale

Commercial Street bakery and café is listed for $195,000

Nanaimo cabin containing mining artifacts burns in blaze

Cabin was unoccupied at time of incident, say firefighters

Lantzville expresses concerns about safety along Island Highway

District council requests increased enforcement, help from provincial government

Summer mostly sunny for Vancouver Island tourism

European tourists came earlier than normal, says Tourism Vancouver Island

Hybrid vessels part of B.C. Ferries’ plans to reduce emissions

Island Class vessels, coming by 2022, part of ferry corporation’s broader strategy

Hybrid vessels part of B.C. Ferries’ plans to reduce emissions

Long-term goal of B.C. Ferries is to have a “standardized” all-electric fleet

Nanaimo hotel tax set to go up

Hospitality association lays out five-year plan for tourism in Nanaimo

Nanaimo adopts whistleblower policy

Policy designed to protect city staff members who wish to report potential wrongdoing

Developer of downtown Nanaimo hotel hopes to begin construction by November

PEG Development says construction could take 12-20 months

Developer envisions city’s south end becoming an ‘epicentre’ of urban living in Nanaimo

Parkshore Projects proposing three new developments for Haliburton Street

Vancouver Island gets its first ‘Kidney Condo’

Nanaimo facility gives out-of-town dialysis patients place to stay while training for home treatment

Man who stole and burned U.S. politician’s portrait has manuscript he wrote in prison stolen in Nanaimo

Jeff Thomas Black stranded after passport and other items taken while he was sleeping downtown

Province pushing Nanaimo as potential tech hub

Minister recognizes Nanaimo’s attractive qualities and its challenges in attracting the tech industry