RDN News

The Nanaimo Regional Hospital District (NRHD) has confirmed its five major areas of focus for capital planning and advocacy are the patient tower replacement, new cancer centre, cardiac catheterization lab and a new high acuity unit, all to be located at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital (NRGH), as well as a long-term care facility in the region.
The combined efforts of local eagle lovers, land holders, regional governments and First Nations have raised funding for the purchase and protection of an eagle sanctuary in French Creek.
The Agents of Change Project builds volunteer engagement programs in communities across Canada to support residents taking action to build climate resilience and reduce local greenhouse gas emissions, according to a joint media release by the RDN and the City of Nanaimo.
The survey builds on the first round of public engagement in December 2019 and January 2020 to better understand what residents think of existing parks and trails and what they want to see in the future.
The byelection for a director to represent Electoral Area C on the Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) Board is set for June 4.
Visitors can now access new features, including a viewing platform and staircase to Ammonite Falls, following the completion of the Benson Creek Falls Regional Park Access Improvements project.
This year’s themes are Groundwater and Climate Change. The month begins with World Water Day on March 22 and and wraps up with Earth Day on April 22.
Bylaw 500 is a planning document that regulates the use of land, buildings and structures in five of the seven Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) electoral areas.
The Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) has updated its policies in response to the latest provincial health officer orders.
The chief election officer will set the byelection date, as well as the nomination period for interested candidates. The RDN said it will announce the dates as soon as they are confirmed.

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