Alex Cooper

A train derailed at the Beavermouth siding near Golden on Sept. 6, 2015. A Transportation Safety Board report into the incident recommended video records be installed on all trains. ~ Photo by the Transportation Safety Board

Transport Canada mandates video recorders on trains

Union representing railway workers blasts legislation by Transport Canada

A train derailed at the Beavermouth siding near Golden on Sept. 6, 2015. A Transportation Safety Board report into the incident recommended video records be installed on all trains. ~ Photo by the Transportation Safety Board
Man in custody after trucks stolen, burned in Revelstoke

Man in custody after trucks stolen, burned in Revelstoke

Man faces 14 charges related to truck thefts, arson and flight from police

Man in custody after trucks stolen, burned in Revelstoke
Dirt bikers race on the Revy Riders motocross track. The track was extended last summer so it can host major races. — Image credit: Alex Cooper

Revelstoke to host Canadian amateur motocross championships

Canadian Motorsport Racing hosting Grand National Amateur Championships in Revelstoke from Aug. 17-20

Dirt bikers race on the Revy Riders motocross track. The track was extended last summer so it can host major races. — Image credit: Alex Cooper
Mountain bikers ride along the Illecillewaet Greenbelt. The trails in the area were all mapped as part of the City of Revelstoke’s new trail strategy. ~ Photo by Alex Cooper

Revelstoke Trails Strategy endorsed by council

Trails strategy maps out existing trails and makes recommendations for improvements

Mountain bikers ride along the Illecillewaet Greenbelt. The trails in the area were all mapped as part of the City of Revelstoke’s new trail strategy. ~ Photo by Alex Cooper
RevelstokeReview.com’s new homepage is optimized for all devices. ~ Screenshot

Welcome to the new RevelstokeReview.com

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

RevelstokeReview.com’s new homepage is optimized for all devices. ~ Screenshot
Conservation Officer Dan Bartol. ~ Photo by Alex Cooper, Revelstoke Review

Conservation Officers destroy bear in Revelstoke

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

Conservation Officer Dan Bartol. ~ Photo by Alex Cooper, Revelstoke Review
Kevin Steward takes part in the springboard chop during the pro relay during Timber Days on Saturday, May 20. — Image credit: Alex Cooper, Revelstoke Review

Video: Revelstoke Timber Days a hit

2017 Timber Day a success, with several hundred people checking out events in Centennial Park

Kevin Steward takes part in the springboard chop during the pro relay during Timber Days on Saturday, May 20. — Image credit: Alex Cooper, Revelstoke Review
Participants in the 2016 Terry Fox Run in Revelstoke. — Image credit: Revelstoke Review file photo

Volunteers sought for Revelstoke Terry Fox Run

The organizers of the Terry Fox Run are looking for volunteers to help put on the event this year

Participants in the 2016 Terry Fox Run in Revelstoke. — Image credit: Revelstoke Review file photo
A conceptual drawing of the proposed roundabout for the Fourth/Victoria/Townley intersection. — Image credit: McElhanney Consulting Services

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

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

A conceptual drawing of the proposed roundabout for the Fourth/Victoria/Townley intersection. — Image credit: McElhanney Consulting Services
Geoff Battersby, the chair of the Revelstoke Community Forest Corporation, plants the company’s 10-millionth tree on its 20th anniversary in 2013. Four years later, RCFC paid its first dividend to the City of Revelstoke. — Image credit: Revelstoke Review file photo

Revelstoke Community Forest Corporation creates legacy fund for city

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

Geoff Battersby, the chair of the Revelstoke Community Forest Corporation, plants the company’s 10-millionth tree on its 20th anniversary in 2013. Four years later, RCFC paid its first dividend to the City of Revelstoke. — Image credit: Revelstoke Review file photo
The Revelstoke waste disposal station on Westside Road. — Image credit: Alex Cooper, Revelstoke Review

CSRD raises tipping fees at waste stations

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

The Revelstoke waste disposal station on Westside Road. — Image credit: Alex Cooper, Revelstoke Review
Revelstoke council gets lesson on rats from Interior Health

Revelstoke council gets lesson on rats from Interior Health

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

Revelstoke council gets lesson on rats from Interior Health
Proposals sought for Revelstoke innovation centre

Proposals sought for Revelstoke innovation centre

Revelstoke could soon be home to a new innovation centre.

Proposals sought for Revelstoke innovation centre
Food Banks BC is launching a program to help divert food waste from landfills. — Image Credit: Wikimedia Creative Commons

Community Connections Revelstoke helping with provincial food recovery program

Community Connections tapped to help develop food waste diversion program for Food Banks BC.

Food Banks BC is launching a program to help divert food waste from landfills. — Image Credit: Wikimedia Creative Commons
Karl Bischoff takes part in the springboard chop at the 2016 Timber Day Pro Logger show. ~ Photo by Alex Cooper, Revelstoke Review

Revelstoke Timber Day brings back pro show

Revelstoke Timber Days returns with CANLOG pro show and opening of the forestry museum’s new lookout.

Karl Bischoff takes part in the springboard chop at the 2016 Timber Day Pro Logger show. ~ Photo by Alex Cooper, Revelstoke Review
Governor General David Johnston presents Lt.-Col. Mason Stalker with a Meritorious Service Medal in 2012. ~ File photo, by MCpl Dany Veillette

Mason Stalker sues military over sex assault investigation

Military officer from Revelstoke says army negligent in investigation of “false and malicious” allegations

Governor General David Johnston presents Lt.-Col. Mason Stalker with a Meritorious Service Medal in 2012. ~ File photo, by MCpl Dany Veillette
City council discusses a parking request during Tuesday’s council meeting. — Image Credit: Alex Cooper, Revelstoke Review

Council approves Revelstoke wildlife attractant bylaw

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

City council discusses a parking request during Tuesday’s council meeting. — Image Credit: Alex Cooper, Revelstoke Review
The Revelstoke farmers market was as busy as ever on Saturday with the opening of the second market.

Meeting the new vendors at Revelstoke’s farmers markets

Two markets on two blocks means lots of room for new vendors at Revelstoke's farmers markets. We chatted with a few of them.

The Revelstoke farmers market was as busy as ever on Saturday with the opening of the second market.
Anita Ely from Interior Health presents to council about rats.

Revelstoke council gets lesson on rats from Interior Health

Anita Ely from Interior Health gives Revelstoke council a quick less on dealing with rats.

Anita Ely from Interior Health presents to council about rats.
Runners take off in the RCU Fun Run last Sunday

Big turnout for Revelstoke Credit Union Fun Run

130 people took part in the Revelstoke Credit Union Fun Run on Sunday.

Runners take off in the RCU Fun Run last Sunday