Nicholas Pescod

Qualicum Beach man arrested after hit and run in Nanaimo

Nanaimo Police Dog Services called in to help locate suspect

City of Nanaimo spent nearly $900,000 on legal costs last year

City spent $890,230 on legal fees in 2017, 70 per cent more than the year before

Supreme Court vindicates Vancouver Island doctor who medicated dying woman against son’s wishes

Health Professions Review Board’s decision deemed transparent and justifiable

Provincial government again declines to intervene in Nanaimo city hall affairs

Nanaimo MLA concerned about ongoing political dysfunction

Court date moved for Nanaimo city manager accused of threats

Tracy Samra’s court date now scheduled for next month

UPDATE: Conditions placed on Nanaimo CAO during peace bond process

Court document states nine have reasonable grounds to fear harm from Tracy Samra

UPDATED: Homeless campers obey order to vacate Nanaimo city hall lawn

Eviction notices were distributed Tuesday

Peace bond approved for Nanaimo city manager

City of Nanaimo CAO Tracy Renee Samra charged with fear of injury/damage by another person

City of Nanaimo files response to lawsuit from facilitator

City claims Integrity Group was never actually hired to conduct work

Former City of Nanaimo manager makes human rights complaint about his firing

Brad McRae, ex-chief operations officer, looking to be reinstated with municipality

City eligible to receive $3.8M from gas tax fund for walkway project

Long-term vision is to extend seawall from Departure Bay beach to Nanaimo River estuary

Nanaimo misses deadline, loses supportive housing project

$7.25 million will be allocated to another community, says councillor

Nanaimo scrambling in absence of its two senior officials

Battered city hall appoints acting CFO, pondering possibility of outside assistance

No word on CAO’s status a month after threats allegedly uttered

Tracy Samra remains employed with city, in-camera process ongoing

City investigating ‘allegation of significant concern’

Mayor Bill McKay said council became aware of the matter after “we were alerted by staff”

City investigating ‘allegation of significant concern’

Investigation will be undertaken immediately

Mother sues after child allegedly fell more than four metres at Nanoose resort

Regional District of Nanaimo, Pacific Shores Resort deny incident, or responsibility if it happened

Real estate investment company sues City of Nanaimo for negligence

Company claims city supplied misleading information during sale of apartment building in 2012

Construction set to begin on Nanaimo airport terminal expansion

Nanaimo airport handled over 350,000 passengers last year