NANAIMO — Stephen Mohan and his family first stayed at Ronald McDonald House BC and Yukon when their son Jasper was diagnosed with cancer as a baby.
NANAIMO — As a Nanaimo resident, you are a stakeholder in B.C.’s $15 billion industry — and it’s growing at a record pace here on the Island. It’s not Amazon...it’s the visitor economy.
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The statistics are shocking. The child poverty rate in Canada is 14%, the child poverty rate in BC is 20% and the child poverty rate on Vancouver Island is 21% and in the central Island, nearly 23%.
As an engineer who advises governments, organizations, and companies on how to prepare their buildings and facilities to survive earthquakes I have visited or sent teams to the aftermath of most key quakes in the world since 1970, observ
According to CPABC Regional Check-Up, an annual economic report by the Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia, population growth, a rise in tourism, and a robust and diversified economy contributed to record employment gr