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Needle attached to bow used to allegedly threaten Nanaimo residents

Another medieval-style weapon has been taken off Nanaimo’s streets, following the recent axe and crossbow attacks. In Port Place’s parking lot on March 13th around 7pm, a 32 year-old man was allegedly threatening Nanaimo residents with a toy bow with a hypodermic needle loaded in. Officers attended and chased the individual,...

Family of shot Nanaimo man thankful for community support

The family of a man who was shot trying to retrieve stolen tools is thankful for the support they’ve received. Clint Smith has been in hospital since he was shot. He underwent his third and final surgery yesterday. As of this morning, $23,301 has been raised to cover bills and the...

Kids Face Increased Threat of Luring and Sextortion Online

Attempts to lure children online for sex are at never-before-seen levels in Canada, and a human trafficking educator, speaker, and advocate warns that its crucial for parents to get to know what’s going on with the devices their children use., a tip line for reporting the online sexual exploitation...

Community potluck hopes to bring Nanaimo residents together

As residents continue to grapple with the string of crimes in Nanaimo, some are hoping to bring people together. On Saturday in Maffeo Sutton Park, organizers of a potluck hope residents will attend and enjoy, regardless of whether they are housed or not. Kim Goldberg, one of the organizers of the...

WWII fighter plane closer to restoration with rare engine acquired

A very rare World War II fighter plane is one step closer to flying again with the arrival of an extremely rare engine in Black Creek. First built to break a speed record and later used in the war, a Hawker Typhoon is now being restored by Ian Slater, Rob...

Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre visits Nanaimo

A federal party leader visited Nanaimo yesterday. Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre was down for a meet and greet at the Nanaimo Fish & Game Protective Association. The event was from 3:30pm to 5:30pm. He arrived at around 4:30pm. He spoke briefly about a recent Nanaimo incident that sent a man to the...
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