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Osprey by Denis Kleine (David R. Gluns Photography/City of Nelson)

New Columbia Basin Trust program to support public art and local artists

$750,000 will be available for murals, sculptures and mosaics created by basin artists

Osprey by Denis Kleine (David R. Gluns Photography/City of Nelson)
Hayley Blais will be performing at the Last Drop on Thursday, April 26. (Facebook/Hayley Blais/Coastal Motion/AMS Events)

Hayley Blais will grace the Last Drop stage on April 26

Blais says singing is the only way she knows how to express herself

Hayley Blais will be performing at the Last Drop on Thursday, April 26. (Facebook/Hayley Blais/Coastal Motion/AMS Events)
(Parks Canada)

Sunshine forecasted all week

Temperatures will range from 14 to 20 degrees

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Kale Bajowsky poses at the end of the runway during the 3rd annual ‘Trashion Show’ at Revelstoke Mountain Resort on April 22. The event saw participants make outfits out of completely recyclable materials to celebrate Earth Day. Bajowsky’s skirt was put together using recycled restaurant bills. Executive director of the North Columbia Environmental Society, Kate Borucz, called the event a creative way to bring awareness to environmental issues.“It’s such an amazing and creative way to bring awareness to serious environmental issues,” said Borucz. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

PHOTOS: Revelstoke celebrates Earth Day in style

The third annual ‘Trashion Show’ drew about a hundred people to Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Kale Bajowsky poses at the end of the runway during the 3rd annual ‘Trashion Show’ at Revelstoke Mountain Resort on April 22. The event saw participants make outfits out of completely recyclable materials to celebrate Earth Day. Bajowsky’s skirt was put together using recycled restaurant bills. Executive director of the North Columbia Environmental Society, Kate Borucz, called the event a creative way to bring awareness to environmental issues.“It’s such an amazing and creative way to bring awareness to serious environmental issues,” said Borucz. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
An Alberta Man is dead after a snowmobile collision Friday morning on Boulder Mountain near Revelstoke. (file photo)

Alberta man dies in snowmobile collision near Revelstoke

The incident occurred on Boulder Mountain Friday morning

An Alberta Man is dead after a snowmobile collision Friday morning on Boulder Mountain near Revelstoke. (file photo)
An Alberta Man is dead after a snowmobile collision Friday morning on Boulder Mountain near Revelstoke. (file photo)

Alberta man dies in snowmobile collision near Revelstoke

The incident occurred on Boulder Mountain Friday morning

An Alberta Man is dead after a snowmobile collision Friday morning on Boulder Mountain near Revelstoke. (file photo)
Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club athletes from left, Maeve Macleod, Nyssa Thomas and Aislin Buchanan give the Review a tour of the trails used for the longest race at the BC Midget Championships, a 2.5 km interval start classic event. (Marissa Tiel/ Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club hope to host major competitions

They are enlarging their parking lot, stadium area, and building short technical race trails

Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club athletes from left, Maeve Macleod, Nyssa Thomas and Aislin Buchanan give the Review a tour of the trails used for the longest race at the BC Midget Championships, a 2.5 km interval start classic event. (Marissa Tiel/ Revelstoke Review)
Columbia River - Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok says Revelstoke will not be seeing a conservation officer set up shop anytime soon. Clovechok said he broached the topic with the Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy in Victoria on Wednesday. Clovechok said he got the minister to agree to hold a meeting with local residents on the subject. (file photo)

No conservation officer planned for Revelstoke in near future

MLA Clovechok said he has gotten the environment minister to agree to meet with local residents

Columbia River - Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok says Revelstoke will not be seeing a conservation officer set up shop anytime soon. Clovechok said he broached the topic with the Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy in Victoria on Wednesday. Clovechok said he got the minister to agree to hold a meeting with local residents on the subject. (file photo)
Front line worker Anna Keilar and executive director of the Revelstoke Women’s Shelter Society Lynn Loeppky lead about 40 people in a march from Begbie View Elementary to Grizzly Plaza to stand in solidarity with those experiencing sexual and physical abuse on April 18, 2018. The march was part of the society’s prevention of violence against women week. “We’re marching for women who have experienced abuse or are currently experiencing abuse and showing our support by saying: this is not okay,” said Emily Kemp, communications specialist at the Revelstoke Women’s Shelter Society. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

PHOTOS: Revelstoke Women march in solidarity with victims of physical and sexual abuse

The march was held as part of Prevention of Violence Against Women Week

Front line worker Anna Keilar and executive director of the Revelstoke Women’s Shelter Society Lynn Loeppky lead about 40 people in a march from Begbie View Elementary to Grizzly Plaza to stand in solidarity with those experiencing sexual and physical abuse on April 18, 2018. The march was part of the society’s prevention of violence against women week. “We’re marching for women who have experienced abuse or are currently experiencing abuse and showing our support by saying: this is not okay,” said Emily Kemp, communications specialist at the Revelstoke Women’s Shelter Society. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
On Wednesday April 18 a large boulder closed the Trans-Canada Highway at Three Valley Gap. The day before Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok and Mayor Mark McKee met with Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation Claire Trevena to discuss the safety of motorists driving through that stretch of road. (Twitter/Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure)

Government has no solution for dangerous Three Valley Gap stretch

Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok met with the Ministry to talk about the dangers around Highway 1

On Wednesday April 18 a large boulder closed the Trans-Canada Highway at Three Valley Gap. The day before Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok and Mayor Mark McKee met with Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation Claire Trevena to discuss the safety of motorists driving through that stretch of road. (Twitter/Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure)
A truck driver snapped this photo as he is stuck at Three Valley Gap. Image credit: Kelly Zawyrucha

Large boulder closes Trans-Canada Highway at Three Valley Gap

The highway is now open to single lane alternating traffic

A truck driver snapped this photo as he is stuck at Three Valley Gap. Image credit: Kelly Zawyrucha
Doug Clovechok in his Revelstoke constituency office on Jan. 24. On April 16 Clovechok released a MLA report which provided his rationale for supporting the expansion of Kinder Morgan’s Trans-Mountain Pipeline expansion. (Marissa Tiel/ Revelstoke Review)

CLOVECHOK: ‘Trans Mountain is in the interest of B.C.’s economy’

Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Doug Clovechok said the project is an environmentally friendly option for rural B.C.

Doug Clovechok in his Revelstoke constituency office on Jan. 24. On April 16 Clovechok released a MLA report which provided his rationale for supporting the expansion of Kinder Morgan’s Trans-Mountain Pipeline expansion. (Marissa Tiel/ Revelstoke Review)
VIDEO: Work is play for Avalanche Rescue Dog

VIDEO: Work is play for Avalanche Rescue Dog

CARDA certified Joss’s Job is to save lives — but to her, it’s all a game

VIDEO: Work is play for Avalanche Rescue Dog
Revelstoke will be hosting about 150 members of local governments from across Southern British Columbia next week. The SILGA convention will run across town and at the Revelstoke Community Centre from April 24 - 28. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke to host Southern Interior Local Government Association conference next week

The SILGA convention will run April 24 to 27 at the Revelstoke Community Centre

Revelstoke will be hosting about 150 members of local governments from across Southern British Columbia next week. The SILGA convention will run across town and at the Revelstoke Community Centre from April 24 - 28. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
School District 19 has just expanded its breakfast program to run every day of the school week. The program is offered free of charge. A 2017 survey showed that 44 per cent of grade 10 students reported they ate breakfast less than four times a week. (Twitter/Begbie View Elementary)

Making sure kids have a healthy start to their day a priority for SD19

SD19 has just expanded their breakfast program to run every day of the school week

School District 19 has just expanded its breakfast program to run every day of the school week. The program is offered free of charge. A 2017 survey showed that 44 per cent of grade 10 students reported they ate breakfast less than four times a week. (Twitter/Begbie View Elementary)
Avalanche control on Trans-Canada Highway

Avalanche control on Trans-Canada Highway

Avalanche control will be taking place 44km east of Revelstoke and 53km east of Revelstoke

Avalanche control on Trans-Canada Highway
City Staff are asking the City’s Environmental Advisory Committee to look into the possibility of reducing or banning the use of single use plastic shopping bags. (file photo)

City looking at banning plastic bags

City staff are asking the City’s Environmental Advisory Committee to look into the possibility of banning plastic bags

City Staff are asking the City’s Environmental Advisory Committee to look into the possibility of reducing or banning the use of single use plastic shopping bags. (file photo)
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Snowfall warning issued for Trans-Canada Highway

Environment Canada is forecasting that between 10 and 20 cm of snow will fall on Hwy. 1

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Revelstoke Mayor Mark McKee presents Prime Minster Justin Trudeau with a family pass to Revelstoke Mountain Resort last July. He announced today to local media that he will not be seeking re-election. (file photo)

Mayor Mark McKee will not seek re-election in October

He said this will likely be the end of his career in politics

Revelstoke Mayor Mark McKee presents Prime Minster Justin Trudeau with a family pass to Revelstoke Mountain Resort last July. He announced today to local media that he will not be seeking re-election. (file photo)
Some major upgrades are planned for Rogers Pass this summer. On Friday Parks Canada announced significant investments are being made to upgrade infrastructure, address contamination issues and improve visitor services. (Parks Canada)

Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Park to see construction over the summer

Parks Canada says to expect up to 20 minute delays travelling on the Trans-Canada Highway

Some major upgrades are planned for Rogers Pass this summer. On Friday Parks Canada announced significant investments are being made to upgrade infrastructure, address contamination issues and improve visitor services. (Parks Canada)