Black Press offers a $20,000 prize giveaway to celebrate Canada 150

Enter for a chance to win prizes including a trip for two to one of six Canadian destinations.

  • Feb 22nd, 2017

Revelstoke Secondary School students turn to vaping, despite risks of harm

Known as 'vapes', vaporizers or e-cigarettes have quickly become socially acceptable among Revelstoke's youth.

Queen Elizabeth II marks record 65 years on throne

The palace says the 90-year-old queen will spend the day quietly at her Sandringham estate in eastern England.

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          B.C. increases electric vehicle incentive fund

          Buyers of new plug-in electric vehicles get $5,000 rebate, another $6,000 if they scrap an eligible old car

          Moon, Venus, Mars to appear in a triangle

          All three will be visible Tuesday night in what astronomers call a "geocentric inferior conjunction."

          Giddy-up for a sleigh ride around town

          James Richard is offering horse-drawn sleigh rides around Revelstoke.

          Winter at the Selkirk Saddle Club

          At the Selkirk Saddle Club, winter takes a calmer pace, though the horses and their humans still keep busy.

          Open Mountains Project wants to get youth on path to outdoors

          New Revelstoke-based program seeks to remove all barriers to youth accessing the mountains

          • Jan 19th, 2017

          Doctors at Pemberton clinic call on employers to start paying for sick notes

          Woman posts photo of letter on Facebook she received when asking for medical note

          Camozzi sisters pen book on getting SAD

          Revelstoke's Talia and Theresa Camozzi write book on seasonal affective disorder.

          VIDEO: Ten years of iPhones

          Today marks a decade since the unveiling of the iPhone.

          • Jan 9th, 2017

          Getting to the meat of reducing food waste

          Revelstoke meat processors discuss their ways of reducing waste.

          • Jan 5th, 2017

          British Columbia set to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017

          Her Honour Judith Guichon's 2017 New Year's Message on Canada's Sesquicentennial

          • Dec 30th, 2016

          Where’s Santa right now? Track the jolly ol’ man ’till he hits your roof

          Santa Claus has already begun his worldwide journey, delivering more than two billion gifts by 8 a.m.

          Personal History: Don Crawford

          For 38 years, when Santa’s too busy to make it to Revelstoke, Don Crawford has been the man who’s called upon.

          Getting to the meat of eating local

          Goldie Rich of Community Connections' Food Waste Recover Program looks at the impact of meat farming and local meat producers

          • Dec 2nd, 2016

          Personal Histories: David Holdener

          David Holdener provides a link to Revelstoke’s long history of skiing and brewing.

          For Chic Sharp, karate is a pathway to personal improvement

          Karate is about complete physical and mental control for Revelstoke sensei Chic Sharp.

          Dreaming of visiting China? Win a trip of a lifetime!

          You could win an all-inclusive tour through Beijing, Xi’an, Shanghai and Suzhou next spring valued at $2500!

          Avalanche Canada presentation details harrowing rescue

          Avalanche Canada presents interactive multi-media site on incredible backcountry rescue at Cherry Bowl.

          • Nov 17th, 2016