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Greg Sakaki

I have been in the community newspaper business for two decades, all of those years with Black Press Media. I started at the 100 Mile House Free Press in 2003 as a general news reporter, then joined the Nanaimo News Bulletin team in 2004. I spent 13 years as a sports editor before becoming managing editor in 2017.
editor@nanaimobulletin.com

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editor@nanaimobulletin.com

Recent Work by Greg

B.C. government launching consultation on new accessibility standards

B.C. government launching consultation on new accessibility standards

Social development minister opens Inclusion B.C. conference in Nanaimo
World’s youngest solo round-the-world female pilot inspires B.C. aviators

World’s youngest solo round-the-world female pilot inspires B.C. aviators

Record-setter Zara Rutherford was the signature speaker at the B.C. Aviation Council convention
Company gives $4.5M back to B.C. after failing to re-start paper mill operations

Company gives $4.5M back to B.C. after failing to re-start paper mill operations

Paper Excellence returns $4.5 million to province
Conservative leader Poilievre rallies B.C. crowd against carbon tax

Conservative leader Poilievre rallies B.C. crowd against carbon tax

Opposition leader talks taxes and monetary policy at Nanaimo’s Vancouver Island Conference Centre
HMCS Saskatchewan, now on B.C.’s ocean floor, was once ‘best in the west’

HMCS Saskatchewan, now on B.C.’s ocean floor, was once ‘best in the west’

Retired shipmen gather for 60th anniversary of Royal Canadian Navy vessel’s commissioning
Vancouver Island leaders vote against resolution to protect B.C.’s old-growth forests

Vancouver Island leaders vote against resolution to protect B.C.’s old-growth forests

AVICC delegates vote instead to support old-growth panel’s recommendations
Man shot while trying to get back stolen items from Nanaimo homeless encampment

Man shot while trying to get back stolen items from Nanaimo homeless encampment

Victim suffers serious injuries, two people taken into custody
CFL star Andrew Harris coming back to B.C. to lead his former junior football team

CFL star Andrew Harris coming back to B.C. to lead his former junior football team

Harris to play last season with Toronto Argonauts then come back to head V.I. Raiders organization
Should alcohol have warning labels? B.C. MP says yes in crafted private motion

Should alcohol have warning labels? B.C. MP says yes in crafted private motion

Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction released new drinking guidelines this week
B.C.’s new poverty reduction minister and all of cabinet asked to ‘work fast’ following shuffle

B.C.’s new poverty reduction minister and all of cabinet asked to ‘work fast’ following shuffle

Former minister of mental health and addictions Sheila Malcolmson takes on new portfolio
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