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As far as rituals go, Halloween is one of our most interesting.
NANAIMO – Western Forest Products has announced plans to close its sawmill on Nanaimo’s waterfront by the end of the year.
The question comes down to money – how much taxpayers can bear when the province and the federal government are already taking a big chunk.
From my observations behind the wheel, people make strange choices at any speed.
NANAIMO – Snuneymuxw First Nation launched legal appeal after closure of several south-end schools.
Women are under-represented in politics at every level, whether it’s at the council table, provincial legislature or federal Parliament.
NANAIMO – Technical committee expects remediation costs to be less than expected.
NANAIMO – Number of missing or murdered indigenous women tops 1,100 in Canada.
NANAIMO – Recent elections highlight importance of voting.
NANAIMO - Washington and Colorado lead the way on legalizing marijuana use.
Thanks to a host of reforms regulating liquor sales and consumption, I won’t have to hide my drink in a travel mug at music festivals.
The names might change and the stories might stay the same, but at the end of the day it’s the people who make the difference.
NANAIMO – Top stories carried over into following year.
NANAIMO – The decision to remove, then remediate, the Colliery dams was one of the most contentious of 2013.
NANAIMO – More people help make headlines in the News Bulletin in 2013.
NANAIMO – News Bulletin renames its annual penny drive to Coins for Kids.
NANAIMO – A modern dance piece looks at survival instincts inherent in humans
NANAIMO – John McDermott celebrates 20 years in front of audiences around the world
When there’s less to go around, priorities are identified pretty quickly.
NANAIMO – Events at Vancouver Island University shed light on events that took place at residential schools.