Nicholas Pescod

Discontent City argues that it’s keeping occupants safe

Hearing continuing today, July 18, at B.C. Supreme Court in Nanaimo

Hearing begins to determine fate of Nanaimo’s Discontent City

City of Nanaimo’s legal counsel calls tent city disruptive

Application hearing held for Discontent City case

Two-day petition hearing begins July 17

Summer of our Discontent: homeless camp a contentious issue

City of Nanaimo, tent city going to court this week to settle differences

Hearing dates finalized for City of Nanaimo’s case against Discontent City

Hearing will take place July 16-17 at Nanaimo courthouse

Nanaimo wants to pay four people average of $100,000 each to run homeless drop-in

City seeks $550K annually from province for homeless drop-in centre

B.C. premier John Horgan announces additional $8.6 million for Nanaimo affordable seniors housing project

Six-storey affordable housing project planned for Buttertubs Drive expected to open in 2020

Downtown Nanaimo hotel project in limbo as owners selling property

Front Street property listed for $3.8 million

WestJet Encore marks five years, encouraged by Nanaimo route’s numbers

WestJet Encoure flights started June 24, 2013

First regularly scheduled jet airplane service from Nanaimo takes off

Nanaimo Airport celebrates launch of Air Canada’s non-stop seasonal service to and from Toronto

Nanaimo seeking court order to shut down Discontent City

Injunction filed, hearing could take place as soon as next week

Vancouver Island nursery property sells in historic deal

Green Thumb Garden Centre and Nurseries in north Nanaimo sold

Former City of Nanaimo chief financial officer disputes expense report

City releases statement of financial information report for 2017

Hearing date set for case involving former Nanaimo CAO accused of threats

Scheduled for provincial court in Nanaimo on Oct. 5

Column: Freedom of information requests might drop if city was more free with information

Communication hasn’t always been easy with the City of Nanaimo

Vancouver Island oil spill response station back on track

Project has been on hold due to Trans Mountain pipeline dispute

District of Lantzville spent nearly $90K on legal fees last year

Legal expenses up more than $40,000 over last year

City of Nanaimo already making changes to purchase card policies

CFO, CAO will no longer be able to sign off on each others’ expenses