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Happy Birthday to our Brother Knights celebrating birthdays in July:

   

Bill Smith, Jr., Joe Walker, Peter Gibb, Don Loehr, Joe Wyse, Michael Loos, Perry Heatcoat, Corbett Rushton, and Ronaldo Coronado.

St. Peter's Catholic Church, Nanaimo, BC

Our Council

is located in the beautiful "Harbour City" of Nanaimo, BC. on Vancouver Island and is attached to St.Peter's Parish

  

Presently, the Grand Knight is Brother Dan Bossert who may be contacted at his email address

  

The Council meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm. in St. Peter's Catholic Church hall, 301 Machleary St. The Executive meets on the last Wednesday of the month at 7:30 pm. in St. Peter's Church, Resource Room. As a visiting brother Knight to our fair city, we extend a most cordial welcome to you to join us at any of our regular meetings. Unfortunately, due to Covid-19, all our meetings are now held virtually via Zoom until further notice.

The Bastion, Nanaimo's identity landmark.

Council history
Our Council was founded in 1952 as a sub-Council of Port Alberni, Council #3435. In May 1954 we received our own charter and became a council in our own right under the name of Mid-Island Council #3842. It is so named because in its early days it served the entire mid-Vancouver Island region, stretching from Mill Bay/Shawnigan Lake to Qualicum Beach and was thereby the first council of the Order in this vast region. In its half century history, it has seen the creation of five new councils in this area, the latest being Santa Maria Council in Ladysmith. Presently, our Council works closely with St. Peter's Parish and draws most of its members from it. We do however, also have some members from our sister parishes in the city, namely, Trinity Catholic and St. Michael's Ukrainian Catholic Church. It has an outstanding record of accomplishments over these many years of service providing funds and volunteer labour for many projects in both the parish and the community. Click here for a summary of our Council's First Half Century of Service to Church and Community.

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