February 2021

There are 161 active #COVID19 cases in the central island region, up five since yesterday.
The Port of Nanaimo and DP World signed a 50 year agreement that will provide a long-term port-to-port solution for short-sea shipping between Nanaimo and Vancouver.
Council passed a motion to have nine fewer units in the project after hearing concern about parking and density at a public hearing last month. If the old heritage building is removed from plans, there could be a second hearing.
There are 156 active #COVID19 cases in the central island region, up six since yesterday.
The Mid Vancouver Island Micro-Fulfillment Centre will be a scalable, modular, configurable warehouse and delivery solution for businesses in the Oceanside region, Vancouver Island, and the Gulf Islands, according to the chamber.
The policy requires trees removed or lost due to human activity to be replaced, reducing the overall loss of tree canopy.
“We did not want to call two byelections — it was uncertain whether you would return,” said Heather Svensen in response to Coun. Filmer commenting on how long it took to declare the byelection.
The projects include $500,000 for construction of a new community arts centre on Hornby Island and a $485,662 expansion of an RV campground on the K’ómoks First Nation.
There are 150 active #COVID19 cases in the central island region, up 10 since yesterday.
Children in Qualicum First Nation joined people around the world to stand against bullying during the 14th annual Pink Shirt Day.

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