Mid-island leads pack as electoral reform ballots trickle in
35 minutes ago
By NanaimoNewsNOW Staff NANAIMO — While only a small fraction of eligible voters in British Columbia have bothered to mail in their electoral reform referendum ballots, mid-islanders appear among the most eager. Just 5.3 per cent of eligible voters province-wide...
E. coli outbreak in Qualicum cheese makes five people sick, prompts warning
39 minutes ago
By The Canadian Press VANCOUVER — An E. coli outbreak has made five people in British Columbia sick and the provincial centre for disease control is warning consumers to throw away or return Little Qualicum Cheeseworks Qualicum Spice cheese. The unpasteurized cheese...
Where to pay tribute this Remembrance Day
Nov 10, 2018
By NanaimoNewsNOW Staff NANAIMO — Remembrance day ceremonies throughout the mid island have grown in profile over the past several years as we pay tribute to the men and women who have served and continue to serve our country. This...