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Nanaimo RCMP searching for 30-year-old  

Nanaimo RCMP say they haven’t turned up any leads in locating a 30-year-old woman who went missing last week.  Alysha-Nicole Dickenson has no fixed address, but police say she is known to frequent Nanaimo but patrols by RCMP have turned up trace of her location.  Dickenson is described a Caucasian woman,...

Canada Infrastructure Bank lends $75 million for ferry project

BC Ferries will be able to buy four zero-emission vessels, thanks to a loan from the Canada Infrastructure Bank. According to the bank, they are lending $75 million to the ferry-line to buy these vessels, which would launch the vessel electrification program. The program's goal is to replace the current fleet...

Wilderness Committee says BC NDP Plan for Old Growth Nothing New

The Wilderness Committee says the province's latest plan for old-growth forests is underwhelming and lacking in any new interim measures to protect the most endangered old-growth forests. The environmental group says the new plan, called From Review to Action, continues to focus on previously announced measures and is "classic...

New Correctional Centre Open in Nanaimo

A new state-of-the-art correctional facility has opened in Nanaimo. The province calls it a significant step forward in supporting community safety and advancing correctional services on Vancouver Island. It expands remand capacity for Vancouver Island, and includes a unit for women, and has spaces for addictions treatment and counselling....

Nanaimo RCMP looking for man involved in bear-spraying incident

Nanaimo RCMP are asking for your help in finding a man involved in a bear spraying incident. According to police, the incident took place at 12:45 pm on Victoria Day at the Walmart parking lot, located in the Woodgrove Centre as a family was trying to find a parking spot...

Orca calf’s family pod spotted off the coast of Vancouver Island

The extended family of the orca calf stuck in a lagoon earlier this year have been spotted off the coast of Vancouver Island. In a social media post, Executive Director/CEO of Bay Cetology Jared Towers says he spotted the pod swimming out of Pearse Pass and 100 metres past his...
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