Oceanside news

The vacuum was taken from Lowe’s Home Improvement around 7 p.m. on April 7, according to a police media release.
A B.C. company is developing a reliable low carbon energy storage system from repurposed EV batteries.
Vancouver Island University (VIU) will host an online webinar about the future of reconciliation in Canada on April 20. 
An average of 68 people are injured in 320 crashes every year on Vancouver Island over the Easter long weekend, according to ICBC statistics.
Activities will include demonstrations, displays, activities for children and a chance to explore and ask questions of city staff. Parksville Fire Department and members of the Oceanside RCMP will also be involved.
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.
An abandoned well was discovered and safely decommissioned while crews were working on upgrades to a section of downtown Parksville.
Emergency Management Oceanside is continuously working to improve plans to support Oceanside residents and businesses for any emergency or disaster.
Nanaimo RCMP is looking for information about a vehicle believed to be connected to a violent home invasion in Nanaimo last month.
The 2022-2026 financial plan and tax rate bylaws will be considered by council during its April 20 meeting. Property tax notices will be mailed to residents and businesses in May.

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