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3 in 4 Canadian adults bullied in school; 46% say their kids were bullied: poll
In honour of Canada's 149th birthday, we have compiled some Canadian trivia questions. How many can you answer?
‘It doesn’t make any sense to me. It just fell into my lap," says Dean Eadie of new role on TV show debuting in October.
Anna Minten is building a tiny house. She's part of a growing movement of minimal, sustainable living and getting rid of excess.
BC Hydro's Bruce Granstrom shares some words on his success as the team leader of the MegaWatts.
Three generations of Summerfelt family have played in tournament over its 24 years
Feature on logging competitor Dave Adshead
Gift From Within aims to register 1,000 more registered donors and raise money for the Canadian Transplant Association
Revelstoke native uses his time off the construction site to volunteer on Habitat for Humanity construction projects.
On average, Canadians dump seven kilograms of textile waste per person into landfills each year. While textile waste accounts for only five percent of landfill waste, the majority of this is clothing, and 80 per cent of it still wearable. To give an idea of the volumes we are looking at, one researcher explained that if we gathered all the textiles thrown into Canadian landfills over one year, they could be piled into a solid structure as large as the Toronto’s Rogers Centre stadium.
Birch & Lace hosting Trashion Show, where all the clothes will be made out of products heading for the garbage or recycling.
After decades of planning and talk, the Trans-Canada Highway opened through Rogers Pass 50 years this month.
Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society hosting four free spring invasive plant ID and management workshops in Revelstoke on May 10.
Today, Canada has hundreds of shelters that give women a chance to escape abusive relationships
Without the Canadians of inventions like zippers, garbage bags the world would prove more difficult
The second annual Birch & Lace Trashion Show takes place this Saturday, April 22, at the Rockford Restaurant
Ginger Shoji has walked 7,281 kilometres around Revelstoke; on Friday, she's asking the community to join her.