March 2022

The 25-year-old Nanaimo woman who was reported missing on March 25 has been safely located, according to RCMP.
About 90 per cent of the amendments address binary language such as “he,” “she,” “himself” or “herself,” and the remaining 10 per cent amend gender-specific terms like “aunt,” “father” or “son.”
Council voted in favour of Coun. Teresa Patterson’s motion to make the declaration. The motion also endorsed the concept of minimal lawn mowing in May for residential yards in the city.
Arriving workers will travel directly to their farms and it will be the employer’s responsibility to ensure federal quarantine requirements are met for those who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated.
During this time period Oceanside RCMP received 226 complaints, including a boat and trailer stolen, and later recovered by RCMP, in Parksville.
Jessica Maley-Ross is 5 ft. 1, 120 lbs, with long blonde hair and green eyes. The picture above is recent. 
The province is allocating $1 million toward investments in event-bid preparation and sponsorships to attract large-scale arts, culture, and sport events, and public conferences and exhibitions.
A Talking Stick gifted by University of Victoria officials to Vancouver Island University’s (VIU) chancellor, Cloy-e-iss, Dr. Judith Sayers, solidifies a longstanding relationship between the two institutions and reaffirms a commitment to reconciliation.
MVIHES is promoting salmon-friendly lawns through a Yellow Fish program, where residents who pledge to not water their lawns or use chemical herbicides and pesticides will receive a yellow fish sign to help promote the message of water conservation.
Parksville Fire Department recently accepted its newest and youngest official junior member, three-year-old Oliver Lipinski.

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