Chris Bush

Nanaimo’s top 10 highest-assessed residential and commercial properties

Owners of single family homes in Nanaimo see assessed values rise five per cent

A charm of finches lifts Christmas bird count numbers in Nanaimo

14,000 more birds tallied than in last year's count

Nanaimo RCMP hand out $2,300 fine at roadside anti-mask rally

About 30 people gathered for 'Freedom Rally' at intersection of old Island Highway and Aulds Road

Man arrested by Nanaimo RCMP police dog handler after snowy chase suing for damages

David Alan Banford alleges serious injury and Charter rights violations from 2019 arrest

Nanaimo fire chief awarded national Fire Services Exemplary Service Medal

Departing chief Karen Fry recognized for 20 years of service

11 teens ticketed in Nanaimo for allegedly gathering without regard for COVID-19 orders

Youths face $230 fines after gathering Saturday at Dover Bay Secondary parking lot

Nanaimo bylaws officer receives award for bravery after rushing to help during fire at homeless camp

Barry Hornby recognized for actions in Dec. 3 fire on Wesley Street

Mid-Island medical software company creates COVID-19 contact tracing app

Creators of GPS-based app say it could save lives at a critical time in the pandemic

Road checks underway as Nanaimo RCMP combat impaired driving

CounterAttack campaign upped targeted enforcement starting this weekend

Nanaimo RCMP seek driver alleged to have fled from hit-and-run on Wellington Road

Driver allegedly flees scene after head-on crash between two Ford pickups

Lantzville-based cyber-security start-up wins $135K innovation competition

Industrial control systems security company, aDolus Technology, wins New Ventures B.C.'s top prize

Man dies in ATV crash northwest of Nanaimo

Incident happened on Northwest Bay Logging Road on Saturday afternoon

Nanaimo RCMP’s mental health liaison says his role will take persistence and resilience

Const. Joshua Waltman talks about limiting anxiety and gaining trust of people in mental crises

Nanaimo sewer upgrade project will transform trail through Bowen Park

City asking for input into project's design

City of Nanaimo planning traffic-calming project on Lost Lake Road

Seventy-five per cent of respondents support measures to reduce speed on the road

Nanaimo city councillors recommending downtown improvement area be re-established

Finance and audit committee recommends council direct staff to start 'petition-against' process

Traffic-calming measures becoming permanent on Bay Street in Nanaimo

Temporary speed humps reduced number of vehicles on street mayor lives on

‘Voluminous’ public response prompts City of Nanaimo to delay animal responsibility bylaw

Bylaw readings deferred to January to allow time for public consultation

Distance-learning registration full for now for most Nanaimo Ladysmith students

Kindergarten to Grade 9 registrations halted to deal with backlog of applicants spurred by COVID-19

Nanaimo city councillors looking at bylaw that would keep cats from roaming neighbourhoods

Draft bylaw lays out provisions for animal welfare, owner duties and city enforcement

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