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2011 13U (National Pee-Wee Western) ChampionshipsAug 25-29   Nanaimo, British Columbia

About the Host City

Nanaimo Minor Baseball Association is proud to be the host of the 2011 Baseball Canada Pee Wee AAA Western Championships and would like to welcome you to Nanaimo, British Columbia. 


About Nanaimo

Nanaimo from the sky

The city of Nanaimo is a classic West Coast community, offering natural beauty at every turn, and vast recreation potential. Nanaimo has one of the longest shorelines in Canada, and a forested mountain backdrop just outside downtown. Here, you can go from the wilderness to the city centre in just a few minutes, and spend more time in the places you want to be.

As the second largest city on Vancouver Island, Nanaimo promises a lively and unique urban experience. Downtown along Commercial Street, Victoria Crescent, and Fitzwilliam Street is a thriving mix of restaurants, music venues, shops, galleries, and exciting nightspots. The Vancouver Island Conference Centre, a brand new, state-of-the-art facility set in the heart of the city, is already attracting another wave of retail and service businesses that cater to visitors. Nanaimo is also home to Woodgrove Centre, the largest shopping centre on Vancouver Island. There are also several other attractive retail shopping centres throughout the city.

What's special about Nanaimo is that it has it all, in a surprisingly affordable package. From hotel room rates to restaurant menus, things are generally less expensive and more accessible here than in Vancouver and Victoria. The city's comparatively lower cost of living has made it a top destination for businesses relocating to Vancouver Island.

Our lovely harbourside community of Nanaimo

Nanaimo's status as a university town also makes it attractive to businesses and enhances its cultural profile. Vancouver Island University, a comprehensive post-secondary institution located near the city's south end, regularly hosts art exhibitions, academic forums, and sporting events and serves approximately 20,000 students per year.

To learn more about Nanaimo, be sure to explore the Tourism Nanaimo website, or stop by our Visitor Centres on Bowen Road and downtown at our new Kiosk in the Port of Nanaimo Centre on Gordon Street.