Nicholas Pescod

COLUMN: Adoption doesn’t need to be something to keep hidden

It took me many years to openly discuss this part of my life, says reporter Nicholas Pescod

Developer shows off long-term vision for downtown Nanaimo neighbourhood

Parkshore Projects aims to bring 1,500 units of housing in 10-year high-desnity buildout

Nanaimo’s average rent continues to climb, report shows

Average rent for a one-bedroom apartment has increased by 38 per cent since 2014

Masks sold out, travel being cut back as Island reacts to Coronavirus scare

Vancouver Island University rescheduling planned study abroad trip to China

Nanaimo Airport’s $14-million expanded terminal officially opens

Departure lounge, security and baggage areas improved

Seven years later, Nanaimo animal trapping bylaw still isn’t approved

Animal trapping bylaw requires provincial approval before it can be adopted

Air Canada will offer direct Nanaimo-to-Toronto flights again this year

Seasonal service will run from June until October

Consultant’s report sheds light on ‘very difficult’ era at Nanaimo city hall

Cuff report from 2019, obtained via FOI, highlights concerns expressed by city employees

A stronger Vancouver Island through Indigenomics

Former government advisor touts growth through indigenous inclusion

Developer holds groundbreaking ceremony for downtown Nanaimo hotel

PEG Developments plans to build nine-storey hotel across from Vancouver Island Conference Centre

Lantzville approves record 23-per cent property tax increase

District facing millions in upcoming infrastructure costs

City of Nanaimo reaches settlement with fired chief operations officer

Brad McRae had launched human rights complaint after being fired while on medical leave

CPA Alberta to hold disciplinary hearing for Nanaimo’s ex-CFO

Victor Mema will be asked about allegations of $14,000 in personal expenses in Nanaimo

B.C. mom loses case about Indigenous smudging ceremony in daughter’s class

B.C. Supreme Court judge releases ruling in case against Port Alberni school district

Vancouver Island mom loses case on Indigenous smudging ceremony in daughter’s class

B.C. Supreme Court judge releases ruling in Servatius case against Alberni school district

10-storey hotel building proposed along Nanaimo’s waterfront

Building at 1000 Stewart Ave. would include 110 hotel suites plus condos and two conference rooms

Hotel developer assures Nanaimo that a groundbreaking is coming

PEG Developments reaffirms commitment to conference centre hotel

Spiky armour helps protect pooches from larger animals

The PredatorBwear harness, invented by two B.C. women, expected to be available in the new year