Jake Sherman

Aaron Davidson owns Cronometer, a Revelstoke based startup. The company grew out of his nerdy obsession with a cult diet. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

How a 39 year-old Revelstoke man turned a nerdy hobby into a million dollar startup

Aaron Davidson left behind a six figure corporate job to find meaning in the mountains

Aaron Davidson owns Cronometer, a Revelstoke based startup. The company grew out of his nerdy obsession with a cult diet. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
An image of what one of the one bedroom units might look like taken from the facility that is being used as a concept for the proposed project. The proposed local development would be 100 units and would be intended to house front line workers in tourism and hospitality. Kevin Dorrius of Community Futures says the project could break ground next spring if all goes to plan. (VEDA)

Dialogue started to build 100 unit $18 million facility to house frontline workers

Kevin Dorrius of Community Futures says the idea would be to rent to businesses not workers

An image of what one of the one bedroom units might look like taken from the facility that is being used as a concept for the proposed project. The proposed local development would be 100 units and would be intended to house front line workers in tourism and hospitality. Kevin Dorrius of Community Futures says the project could break ground next spring if all goes to plan. (VEDA)
Revelstoke Grizzlies captain Tommy Botdker leads his team as they embrace their fans after completing a two game comeback at the Revelstoke Forum on Tuesday night. Goaltender Giovanni Sambrielaz earned the first shutout of his playoff career to even the series at two a piece. The battle for the KIJHL championship continues on Thursday night in Kimberley when the Grizzlies take on the Dynamiters for game five. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

PHOTOS: Grizzlies shutout Dynamiters — complete comeback on home-ice

On Tuesday night the Grizzlies evened the series at two on the back of a Giovanni Sambrielaz shutout

Revelstoke Grizzlies captain Tommy Botdker leads his team as they embrace their fans after completing a two game comeback at the Revelstoke Forum on Tuesday night. Goaltender Giovanni Sambrielaz earned the first shutout of his playoff career to even the series at two a piece. The battle for the KIJHL championship continues on Thursday night in Kimberley when the Grizzlies take on the Dynamiters for game five. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
Revelstoke Grizzlies head coach Ryan Parent coaches his team during a critical time out in game three of the KIJHL finals at the Revelstoke Forum. The Grizzlies beat the Dynamiters 4 - 1 to bring the series to 2 - 1 Kimberley going into game four. The puck drops at the Forum tonight at 7 p.m. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

PHOTOS: Grizzlies claw back

The Grizzlies keep their KIJHL championship dreams alive with a decisive game three victory

Revelstoke Grizzlies head coach Ryan Parent coaches his team during a critical time out in game three of the KIJHL finals at the Revelstoke Forum. The Grizzlies beat the Dynamiters 4 - 1 to bring the series to 2 - 1 Kimberley going into game four. The puck drops at the Forum tonight at 7 p.m. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
Slushy and slippery roads

Slushy and slippery roads

DriveBC is reporting slush and compact snow on Hwy. 1

Slushy and slippery roads
(City of Revelstoke)

Columbia Park nine unit townhouse development will move ahead

Following a public hearing on March 27 Council passed legislation to amend the Official Community Plan and rezone three properties on Columbia Park Drive

(City of Revelstoke)
Revelstoke is one step closer to seeing a commercial organic waste and compost facility built. (File)

Revelstoke closer to seeing compost facility built

Columbia Basin Trust announced the CSRD is the recipient of $30K

Revelstoke is one step closer to seeing a commercial organic waste and compost facility built. (File)
Wandering Wheels has applied for tenure for Mt. Cartier Trail and Joss Mountain Trail. (Wandering Wheels)

Controversy heats up over heli-biking

Residents raise concerns about the ecological impact of proposed heli-bike operations

Wandering Wheels has applied for tenure for Mt. Cartier Trail and Joss Mountain Trail. (Wandering Wheels)
Council elects to donate 50/50 money to Crime Stoppers

Council elects to donate 50/50 money to Crime Stoppers

Draw will be held during Southern Local Government Association convention April 24 - 27

Council elects to donate 50/50 money to Crime Stoppers
(City of Revelstoke/Cube Hotel)

Cube Hotel seeks to build staff accommodation

Council passed a number of zoning and bylaw variances required for the Cube to obtain a development permit

(City of Revelstoke/Cube Hotel)
Sweeping and limited visibility on Hwy. 23

Sweeping and limited visibility on Hwy. 23

Environment Canada is forecasting a high of 7 and UV index of 3

Sweeping and limited visibility on Hwy. 23
Recreational Therapist Andrew Clark works with Mt. Cartier Court resident Thelma Mounce on Wednesday, March 21. More than 60 per cent of the residents at Mt. Cartier Court participate in recreational therapy, which is double the provincial average according to the B.C. Office of the Seniors Advocate. ‘Basically the job is putting smiles on people’s faces,’ said Clark. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

Number of residents in recreation therapy at Mt. Cartier Court double the provincial average

Recreational therapist Andrew Clark says his job is about putting smiles on his patients faces

Recreational Therapist Andrew Clark works with Mt. Cartier Court resident Thelma Mounce on Wednesday, March 21. More than 60 per cent of the residents at Mt. Cartier Court participate in recreational therapy, which is double the provincial average according to the B.C. Office of the Seniors Advocate. ‘Basically the job is putting smiles on people’s faces,’ said Clark. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
A section of galvanized pipe currently being worked on at First Street and Wales. Residents pipes in Farwell are running brown today. The “dirt” in the water is composed of sediment that builds up in the pipe. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

Residents’ taps run dirty

Residents affected are in Farwell, reports indicate

A section of galvanized pipe currently being worked on at First Street and Wales. Residents pipes in Farwell are running brown today. The “dirt” in the water is composed of sediment that builds up in the pipe. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
Flamenco Rosario will perform in Revelstoke on April 7. (Flamenco Rosario)

Flamenco Rosario to take Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre stage

The Vancouver-based flamenco dance troupe will be performing on April 7

Flamenco Rosario will perform in Revelstoke on April 7. (Flamenco Rosario)
Avalanche control in Rogers Pass

Avalanche control in Rogers Pass

1 to 2 hour individual closures in Glacier National Park are expected, says DriveBC

Avalanche control in Rogers Pass
Cindy Pearce, Community Wildfire Protection Contractor, and Dwayne Voykin, the City’s Emergency Program Coordinator, are helping the City of Revelstoke undertake several steps to reduce the threat of wildfire, with support from a wildfire mitigation grant from Columbia Basin Trust. (Submitted)

City to receive $81K to mitigate wildfire risk

The funding was announced by CBT on Monday

Cindy Pearce, Community Wildfire Protection Contractor, and Dwayne Voykin, the City’s Emergency Program Coordinator, are helping the City of Revelstoke undertake several steps to reduce the threat of wildfire, with support from a wildfire mitigation grant from Columbia Basin Trust. (Submitted)
Kelowna based freeride Coach Claire Cipeletti embraces her pupil and competitor Gabriella Guarducci before she drops into her final run in the IFSA regional junior freeski open hosted at Revelstoke Mountain Resort on March 24 and 25. Guardicci finished 3rd in the female 15 - 18 category. “It was really great to see the kids enjoying themselves this weekend,” said Cipeletti. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

PHOTOS: Revelstoke Mountain Resort hosts junior freeride competition

Youth age 9 to 18 competed in 3 categories

Kelowna based freeride Coach Claire Cipeletti embraces her pupil and competitor Gabriella Guarducci before she drops into her final run in the IFSA regional junior freeski open hosted at Revelstoke Mountain Resort on March 24 and 25. Guardicci finished 3rd in the female 15 - 18 category. “It was really great to see the kids enjoying themselves this weekend,” said Cipeletti. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
Revelstoke Snowmobile Club director Kathy Burke, president Daniel Kellie, and director Gary Vamos pose for a photo outside of the snowmobile club’s clubhouse after a group ride. Over the weekend the club celebrated its 50th anniversary. In 50 years it has grown to have 803 members and $2.5 million in assets. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke Snowmobile Club celebrates 50 years

The club founded in a living room in 1968 has grown to have 803 members and $2.5 million in assets

Revelstoke Snowmobile Club director Kathy Burke, president Daniel Kellie, and director Gary Vamos pose for a photo outside of the snowmobile club’s clubhouse after a group ride. Over the weekend the club celebrated its 50th anniversary. In 50 years it has grown to have 803 members and $2.5 million in assets. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
From left, Lynnaya Munroe of Telus, Director of Community Economic Development Nicole Fricot, and Tech Strategy Coordinator Hayley Johnson chat during the Technology Summit and Career Trade Show at Revelstoke Secondary School on Feb. 22, 2018. This week the City of Revelstoke received confirmation that a $108,000 grant it applied for was successful. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke closer to becoming the tech capital of interior B.C.

On Wednesday the City received confirmation that a $108,000 grant it applied for was successful

From left, Lynnaya Munroe of Telus, Director of Community Economic Development Nicole Fricot, and Tech Strategy Coordinator Hayley Johnson chat during the Technology Summit and Career Trade Show at Revelstoke Secondary School on Feb. 22, 2018. This week the City of Revelstoke received confirmation that a $108,000 grant it applied for was successful. (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)
Powder day at Revelstoke Mountain Resort, rain forecasted for afternoon

Powder day at Revelstoke Mountain Resort, rain forecasted for afternoon

DriveBC reports there is fallen ice and debris on Hwy. 23

Powder day at Revelstoke Mountain Resort, rain forecasted for afternoon