Crime Watch Report - April 2 to 6, 2018

Detective1) File 18-3209 On April 2, a residential break and entry was reported by the owner of a rural property at the 3000 block of Matthew Road in Nanoose. Upon examination of the property, RCMP noted that it appeared the suspects had been at the home for some time while the owner was away for the evening. Every room in the house was ransacked along with a shed, outbuildings and even a boat on the property.

Earthquakes Past, Present & Future

Vancouver Island University LogoOn Saturday, April 7, 10:00 to 12 Noon, VIU ElderCollege presents: Steven Earle, PhD, Geology/Earth Sciences: Earthquakes: Past, Present and Future; Nanoose Place Community Centre, 2925 Northwest Bay Road. $10 cash at the door. All welcome.

Dr. Earle will discuss earthquakes in our region: geological setting, history, the future and preparedness.

Slow, Children at Play Signs

ICBC LogoWould you like to remind motorists in your neighbourhood to be mindful of the children that play there? Oceanside Community Safety and ICBC are partnering to distribute Slow, Children at Play signs that you may install on your own property to promote safety through appropriate speeds.

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