Nanaimo News Staff

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Elections Canada says byelection required in Nanaimo-Ladysmith

The earliest a byelection could take place is Feb. 25

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UPDATED: B.C. boy dies after being hit by truck while cycling

UPDATED: B.C. boy dies after being hit by truck while cycling

Eight-year-old Linden Baglo struck and killed Sunday in Nanaimo

UPDATED: B.C. boy dies after being hit by truck while cycling
Police have located Brianna Fisher of Nanaimo, who had been missing since Dec. 14. Photo submitted

UPDATE: Missing Vancouver Island teenager located

Brianna Fisher had been missing since December

Police have located Brianna Fisher of Nanaimo, who had been missing since Dec. 14. Photo submitted
Michele Ney of the B.C. Greens, Tony Harris of the B.C. Liberals and Sheila Malcolmson of the B.C. NDP are running in a byelection in Nanaimo Jan. 30. NEWS BULLETIN file photos

Nanaimo byelection to be held Jan. 30

Premier announces byelection date to fill seat vacated by Leonard Krog

Michele Ney of the B.C. Greens, Tony Harris of the B.C. Liberals and Sheila Malcolmson of the B.C. NDP are running in a byelection in Nanaimo Jan. 30. NEWS BULLETIN file photos
Thieves ransack B.C. home on Christmas morning

Thieves ransack B.C. home on Christmas morning

Break-in happened at about 3 a.m. Dec. 25 at a home in Nanaimo

Thieves ransack B.C. home on Christmas morning
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B.C. cannabis company partnering with Labatt on non-alcoholic drinks with THC

Nanaimo cannabis company, brewery will each invest up to $50 million

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B.C. single mom’s phone stolen while she was helping car crash victims

B.C. single mom’s phone stolen while she was helping car crash victims

Anne Marie Behan in Nanaimo hopes for phone’s return

B.C. single mom’s phone stolen while she was helping car crash victims
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Deer carcasses don’t belong in green bins, says B.C. city

City of Nanaimo issues reminder to residents, saying fur isn’t compostable

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City of Nanaimo mayoral candidates Don Hubbard, left, Ray Farmere and Leonard Krog at a debate earlier this month. Krog won in a landslide but Farmere is asking for a recount. NEWS BULLETIN file photo

UPDATE: B.C. mayoral candidate who lost by 20,000 votes denied a recount

Ray Farmere, who received 365 votes, applied for a judicial recount in Nanaimo

City of Nanaimo mayoral candidates Don Hubbard, left, Ray Farmere and Leonard Krog at a debate earlier this month. Krog won in a landslide but Farmere is asking for a recount. NEWS BULLETIN file photo
Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP Sheila Malcolmson announces that she will be pursuing the Nanaimo MLA seat in a coming byelection. NEWS BULLETIN file photo

Federal MP will to try to hold Island riding in coming MLA byelection

Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP Sheila Malcolmson will seek provincial NDP nomination in coming byelection

Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP Sheila Malcolmson announces that she will be pursuing the Nanaimo MLA seat in a coming byelection. NEWS BULLETIN file photo
Man who died at BC Ferries terminal shot himself as police fired: watchdog

Man who died at BC Ferries terminal shot himself as police fired: watchdog

Officers didn’t commit any offence, says police watchdog office

Man who died at BC Ferries terminal shot himself as police fired: watchdog
MLA to become Nanaimo’s next mayor, could weaken NDP’s grasp on power

MLA to become Nanaimo’s next mayor, could weaken NDP’s grasp on power

Leonard Krog’s win will trigger a byelection when he gives up his provincial seat

MLA to become Nanaimo’s next mayor, could weaken NDP’s grasp on power
B.C. tent city campers break into empty elementary for ‘Schoolhouse Squat’

B.C. tent city campers break into empty elementary for ‘Schoolhouse Squat’

Homeless camp residents and supporters in Nanaimo announce they’ve ‘claimed’ school

B.C. tent city campers break into empty elementary for ‘Schoolhouse Squat’
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Ferry sailings cancelled due to man overboard at Horseshoe Bay

Incident happened at about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaking at Vancouver Island Conference Centre in Nanaimo on Thursday afternoon. (NICHOLAS PESCOD/News Bulletin)

PM says cabinet retreat focused on issues close to home for Canadians

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held a press conference Thursday to close a cabinet retreat in Nanaimo

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaking at Vancouver Island Conference Centre in Nanaimo on Thursday afternoon. (NICHOLAS PESCOD/News Bulletin)
With Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet in town for a retreat, protesters of the Trans Mountain pipline have gathered to voice opposition to the controversial project. (CHRIS BUSH/News Bulletin)

Pipeline protesters rally outside Trudeau cabinet meeting on Vancouver Island

Protesters gather in Nanaimo to speak against prime minister and Trans Mountain pipeline

With Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet in town for a retreat, protesters of the Trans Mountain pipline have gathered to voice opposition to the controversial project. (CHRIS BUSH/News Bulletin)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks at a town hall in Nanaimo earlier this year. NEWS BULLETIN file photo

PM Trudeau and federal ministers to meet on Vancouver Island

Cabinet retreat will be held in Nanaimo from Aug. 21-23

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks at a town hall in Nanaimo earlier this year. NEWS BULLETIN file photo
The Regional District of Nanaimo declared a state of local emergency and issued an evacuation order and alert due to a growing wildfire. B.C. WILDFIRE SERVICE IMAGE

Evacuation order issued due to wildfire on Vancouver Island

Regional District of Nanaimo declares state of local emergency around 107-hectare fire

The Regional District of Nanaimo declared a state of local emergency and issued an evacuation order and alert due to a growing wildfire. B.C. WILDFIRE SERVICE IMAGE
A suspect allegedly stole $40 worth of ice cream from the Nicol Street 7-Eleven yesterday. NANAIMO CRIME STOPPERS/Twitter photo

Suspect steals ice cream on hot day in B.C.

Several tubs of ice cream taken from 7-Eleven in Nanaimo

A suspect allegedly stole $40 worth of ice cream from the Nicol Street 7-Eleven yesterday. NANAIMO CRIME STOPPERS/Twitter photo
Joel Tansey/News Gazette staff Full-patch Hells Angels members posed for a photo shortly after arriving in Langford on Saturday afternoon.

Hells Angels celebrating 35th anniversary party on Vancouver Island

Additional police resources will be in Nanaimo this weekend as roughly 300 members and hang arounds are expected

Joel Tansey/News Gazette staff Full-patch Hells Angels members posed for a photo shortly after arriving in Langford on Saturday afternoon.