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Five years ago

 

 

 

• James Lunney was sued for usage of the term doctor during the last two federal elections. Lunney who is a chiropractor by profession referred to himself on campaign literature and on both his campaign and constituency offices as Dr. James Lunney, a designation which is prohibited under the Chiropractors Act.

 

 

 

10 years ago

 

 

 

• Health care was the single biggest issue in Oceanside. Close to 200 people attended an information forum sponsored by the North Health Advisory Regional Board of the CVIHRB. The population of the Oceanside area was expected to grow by 48 per cent over the next 15 years.

 

 

 

20 years ago

 

 

 

Nanoose was growing so rapidly residents should expect to pay more for services,  a full house that turned out to discuss the Nanoose Volunteer Fire Department’s 1992 budget. The budget, usually ignored by residents, drew unprecedented attention because of increases in various categories, especially the fire chief’s allowance.

 

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