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Company receives license for cannabis

Valens Argitech Ltd. received a license from Health Canada to grow, package and research marijuana

Minority an opportunity, says Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok

Clovechok says he will work hard for all of Columbia River Revelstoke, regardless of government

Revelstoke Trails Strategy endorsed by council

Trails strategy maps out existing trails and makes recommendations for improvements

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The Revelstoke Review’s new website is optimized for the way people access the news today

Conservation Officers destroy bear in Revelstoke

Death of bear prompts Conservation Officers to issue reminder to secure attractants

Greenslide avalanche


Final votes being counted in B.C.


Maple Ridge homeless rally gets heated


Money Monitor: What to be wary of when borrowing in retirement


Roundabout proposed for Revelstoke’s Fourth/Townley/Victoria intersection

Roundabout has estimated cost of almost $6 million, including replacing sewer and water lines

City of Revelstoke seeks funding for tourism plan

Tourism plan would include a housing strategy and new multi-use sports facility at golf club

  • May 19th, 2017

Revelstoke Community Forest Corporation creates legacy fund for city

$300,000 dividend from RCFC goes into special fund for future legacy project

CSRD raises tipping fees at waste stations

The Columbia Shuswap Regional District raises tipping fees to cover costs of closing landfills

Revelstoke council gets lesson on rats from Interior Health

Anita Ely from Interior Health gives city a crash course on dealing with rats

Big Eddy residents ask for building permits, again

Big Eddy property owners are asking the city to stop holding up their building permits

  • May 16th, 2017

Council approves Revelstoke wildlife attractant bylaw

Council gave thumbs up to the city’s new Garbage and Wildlife Attractant Bylaw on Tuesday

Missing Cherryville man found

David Riehl located safe and sound

  • May 15th, 2017

Golden residents asked to conserve water due to a damaged well

A high producing well in Golden was damaged by a transport truck, making water conservation a high priority this season

UPDATE: North Westside residents can return home

Slope stability testing on Monday has allowed residents affected by landslide to return to their homes