Nanaimo News

Nanaimo RCMP say Tara-Marie Connor has been located safe and sound.
Police are investigating after four public portable toilets were reported set on fire within a few hours on Jan. 16.
The outbreak is limited to the facility’s Sandpiper unit, according to Island Health. 
Tara-Marie Connor was scheduled to receive medical treatment at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital on Jan. 11, but missed the appointment.
Residents of Dufferin Place are, in general, experiencing mild symptoms, according to Island Health.
Update: The 74-year-old man who was reported missing from Nanaimo has been located safe and sound, according to RCMP.
Dayton Anderson, 32, allegedly entered a home and assaulted a 52-year-old occupant in October 2021.
Investigators managed to trace the calls to the area of downtown Nanaimo, but were unable to locate 74-year-old Perry Blois.
An increased focus on work-life balance and the retention of hybrid service delivery options are just two of the findings VIU researchers discovered when studying the effects of the pandemic on local social services agencies.
Police responded to a shots fired complaint around 6:40 a.m. this morning (Jan. 17).

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