Nanaimo

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Nanaimo

(nənī`mō), city (1991 pop. 60.129), SW British Columbia, Canada, on Vancouver Island. It is a port, the base of a commercial fishing fleet, and the trade center for a farm and lumbering region. It is the site of a federal fisheries and oceanographic research station. A tourist center, Nanaimo hosts an annual Bathtub Race across the straits to Vancouver.
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Jane Parmley, Centre for Coastal Health, 900 5th St, Nanaimo, British Columbia, V9R 5S5, Canada; email: parmleyj@mala.
The three pulp mills, located in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Mackenzie, British Columbia and Halsey, Oregon are producers of high-quality softwood pulp.
today announced a temporary capacity reduction at its pulp mill in Nanaimo, British Columbia.
Upon scheduled completion in April 2008, the conference centre, located in Nanaimo, British Columbia, will have 38,000 square feet of available space with the capability to accommodate events for up to 1,300 people.
29 /PRNewswire/ -- Honey lovers like Roy Richmond of Nanaimo, British Columbia have discovered that choosing 100% pure Canadian Bee Maid Honey is rewarding - great taste, and great prizes too
Pope & Talbot today announced that its Harmac pulp mill in Nanaimo, British Columbia resumed full operation after one of its recovery boilers was shut down for repairs.
Its Nanaimo, British Columbia mill, is one of Canada's largest producers of market NBSK pulp, with an annual capacity of 380,000 tonnes.