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Government needs to keep B.C. forests safe during the worst fire season in recent history.
Our view on entrepreneur's plans to open a business in Port Alberni.
Summer usually sees an increase in senseless – often avoidable – tragedies, so stay safe.
Farewell to principal Mike Ruttan and congratulations to the first graduating class of the new Alberni Valley high school.
Apart from apparently filing bogus expense claims, most Canadians would be hard pressed to name a single duty that senators fulfill
When a club that sells medical marijuana completely spaces out on paying $150,000 in income taxes, stoner jokes aren’t far behind.
The summer holiday is over and school kids are back in the classrooms for another 10 months of education.
NANAIMO: Some B.C. drivers won’t take a break from cellphone technology while operating a motor vehicle.
Idle sites require attention to continue to support health of Nanaimo.
While lumping numerous pieces of legislation in one giant omnibus bill may not be precedent-setting, we fear it threatens our democracy.
When Coast Guard personnel goes, so too does the local knowledge with them. When that goes, we fear safety is headed in the same direction.
Cabinet ministers should have blown the whistle when it became clear that F-35 costs were going up astronomically.
The alarm has been raised that the federal government is about to turn the clock back on fisheries protection by about 35 years.
Memorial marchers ask us to remember the missing women. But Canadians need to do is work to stop the cycle of violence.
Ecstasy can kill you. Can that message be driven home any more acutely than it has in communities in B.C. and Alberta?
If you’ve ever had $610 in cash dropped into your hands you probably felt like you had a small fortune.
Proposed Concussions in Youth Sport Safety Act recognizes majority of sport-related head injuries occur in athletes younger than 20
A promising shipbuilding contract for $8 billion won by Vancouver’s Seaspan Marine this week will most certainly benefit Nanaimo Shipyards.
Alberni can't lend money to a group to finish a kids' playground. But it loaned the chamber of commerce money in February.
It's easier to complain about something rather than to jump in and make it work.