National Volunteer Week is an opportunity for the city to recognize the contributions of volunteers in the community.
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 museum welcomed over 2,800 visitors and added new exterior signage to help visitors navigate their way around the grounds.
A Nanaimo Military Museum volunteer was assaulted over the weekend after asking a group of people to clear space on a public walkway.
“We thank and celebrate those people who care for others and who make a tremendous contribution by volunteering in our community,” reads a release from the city.
“We’re really very sorry to go and it’s just time,” said Georgii March, program administrator for the Oceanside Volunteer Association.

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