Liam Harrap

A reporter in Revelstoke gets to do some cool things, like take up close photos of an orphaned baby moose. (Jocelyn Doll - Revelstoke Review)

Liam’s Lowdown: Goodbye, Revelstoke

The time has come for my next adventure

A reporter in Revelstoke gets to do some cool things, like take up close photos of an orphaned baby moose. (Jocelyn Doll - Revelstoke Review)
Roman snails, or Helix pomatia, are invasive to Canada and edible. Tyler Kathol forages for them near the Illecillewaet River. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)

1 way to deal with invasive snails in Revelstoke is… to eat them?

Foraging for Roman snails, which are cooked in fancy dishes globally as escargot

Roman snails, or Helix pomatia, are invasive to Canada and edible. Tyler Kathol forages for them near the Illecillewaet River. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)
Left to right. Sophia Laurence, Lisa Moore and Ella Hardy were from of the people behind the Red Dress Installation near the forestry museum along the Columbia River. (Photo by Rob Buchanan)

Red dresses installed on Revelstoke riverside walk to raise awareness for MMIWG

The exhibit was on the trails at the forestry museum for National Indigenous People’s Day

Left to right. Sophia Laurence, Lisa Moore and Ella Hardy were from of the people behind the Red Dress Installation near the forestry museum along the Columbia River. (Photo by Rob Buchanan)
Sara Baird uses leftover scraps from the food recovery program to feed her chickens. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)

Feed the farm: Revelstoke food recovery program goes beyond people

Since 2016, almost 300,000 kilograms of food fed people and farm animals instead of becoming trash

Sara Baird uses leftover scraps from the food recovery program to feed her chickens. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)
Sara Baird uses leftover scraps from the food recovery program to feed her chickens. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)

Feed the farm: Revelstoke food recovery program goes beyond people

Since 2016, almost 300,000 kilograms of food fed people and farm animals instead of becoming trash

Sara Baird uses leftover scraps from the food recovery program to feed her chickens. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)
Sara Baird uses leftover scraps from the food recovery program to feed her chickens. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)

Feed the farm: Revelstoke food recovery program goes beyond people

Since 2016, almost 300,000 kilograms of food fed people and farm animals instead of becoming trash

Sara Baird uses leftover scraps from the food recovery program to feed her chickens. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)
The modular units that were to be placed at Johnson Heights are currently on Revelstoke Mountain Resort lands. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke Mountain Resort work camp at Johnson Heights on hold

The approved project was to have 60 workers housed in modular homes for RMR

The modular units that were to be placed at Johnson Heights are currently on Revelstoke Mountain Resort lands. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)
Canada Day celebrations in Revelstoke 2019. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)
Canada Day celebrations in Revelstoke 2019. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)
Recent logging activities in Bigmouth Creek, north of Revelstoke. (Contributed)

Eco group urges the province to halt logging old growth north of Revelstoke

BC Timber Sales has auctioned off 120 hectares of old growth forest in the Bigmouth Creek

Recent logging activities in Bigmouth Creek, north of Revelstoke. (Contributed)
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Paintings showing Canada’s railway history on display at Revelstoke Railway Museum

The Works of Art: Cherished Memories of a Father’s Career exhibit until end of year

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Kids playing at Williamson Lake during last summer’s heatwave. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)

B.C. heatwave: Expect 35 C this weekend in Revelstoke

Environment Canada said it’s much hotter than usual

Kids playing at Williamson Lake during last summer’s heatwave. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)
MLA Doug Clovechok for Columbia River-Revelstoke in the Canada Day parade in 2019. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)

No word from City of Revelstoke if Canada Day celebrations are planned

Many cities have cancelled events after increased spotlight on dark history of residential schools

MLA Doug Clovechok for Columbia River-Revelstoke in the Canada Day parade in 2019. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)
Painted turtles can be found in Revelstoke near Williamson Lake and the airport. (Beverley Harding photo)

Slow down for turtles Revelstoke

Painted turtles are blue-listed, meaning it’s vulnerable

Painted turtles can be found in Revelstoke near Williamson Lake and the airport. (Beverley Harding photo)
Nakusp and Area Community Forest intends to do selective logging on Box Mountain as part of wildfire mitigation work. Photo: Nakusp and Area Community Forest

LETTER: Save Box Mountain in Nakusp from logging

The mountain has been under threat before and it’s time to save it again, said the letter

Nakusp and Area Community Forest intends to do selective logging on Box Mountain as part of wildfire mitigation work. Photo: Nakusp and Area Community Forest
A view of Revelstoke from Nels Knickers at Mt. Revelstoke National Park. (Review file photo)

No new COVID-19 cases for Revelstoke

Approximately 81 per cent of adults above the age of 18 have at least one dose of a vaccine

A view of Revelstoke from Nels Knickers at Mt. Revelstoke National Park. (Review file photo)
Left to right. Matt Warburton, Norm Shearing and Dave Kelly biked a round trip from Vancouver to Revelstoke this month to raise funds for cystic fibrosis. (Contributed)

Group bikes to Revelstoke to fight cystic fibrosis

The genetic disease that limits the ability to breathe over time as the lungs fill with mucus

Left to right. Matt Warburton, Norm Shearing and Dave Kelly biked a round trip from Vancouver to Revelstoke this month to raise funds for cystic fibrosis. (Contributed)
Men in a work camp at Mile 46 on the Big Bend Highway. 
(Revelstoke Museum and Archives Photo 2259)

Glimpses of Revelstoke’s past for June 17

Bumper strawberry crop, Mt. Logan climbers and unemployment relief

Men in a work camp at Mile 46 on the Big Bend Highway. 
(Revelstoke Museum and Archives Photo 2259)
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‘It’s not going to work here’: Revelstoke mayor to meet province over ambulance changes

There is a new system being introduced across the province called Scheduled On-Call (SOC)

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‘It’s not going to work here’: Revelstoke mayor to meet province over ambulance changes

There is a new system being introduced across the province called Scheduled On-Call (SOC)

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The new Pride crosswalk is at Third Street and Mackenzie and was installed on June 17. See story on page 2. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)

Painting a rainbow: 1st Pride crosswalk installed in Revelstoke

‘It signals to the community that this city is inclusive,’ Mayor Gary Sulz

The new Pride crosswalk is at Third Street and Mackenzie and was installed on June 17. See story on page 2. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)