Revelstoke Review Staff

The Revelstoke Women's Shelter Society has released an educational video about unhealthy relationships. (Contributed)

Revelstoke Women’s Shelter Society educates on healthy relationships with new video

April 11-17 is Prevention of Violence Against Women Week

The Revelstoke Women's Shelter Society has released an educational video about unhealthy relationships. (Contributed)
The city has received funds from the Columbia Basin Trust to revitalize Grizzly Plaza. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)

City gets funding from CBT for Grizzly Plaza upgrades

Over $300,000 has been granted for the project

The city has received funds from the Columbia Basin Trust to revitalize Grizzly Plaza. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
A wolverine caught on one of Wolverine Watch’s trail cams. (Wolverine Watch)

Wolverine Watch needs help identifying a carcass

More information will aid the groups’ wolverine research

A wolverine caught on one of Wolverine Watch’s trail cams. (Wolverine Watch)
Tyden McWillis, who was a rookie for the Grizzlies this past season, has joined the BCHL’s Powell River Kings. (Contributed)

Grizzlies Tyden McWillis joins Powell River Kings for BCHL season

McWillis played two games for the Grizzlies during the weird pandemic season

Tyden McWillis, who was a rookie for the Grizzlies this past season, has joined the BCHL’s Powell River Kings. (Contributed)
A view of Revelstoke from a helicopter. (Photo via Revelstoke Search and Rescue)

Search and rescue should be a last resort-REVSAR

‘We are happy to rescue you but not your stuff’

A view of Revelstoke from a helicopter. (Photo via Revelstoke Search and Rescue)
Revelstokians age 50+ and Indigenous residents age 18+ can now book an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine. (Ronan O’Doherty/The News)

Revelstoke residents age 50+ now eligible for COVID-19 vaccines

Interior Health changed eligibility due to a recent uptick in cases

Revelstokians age 50+ and Indigenous residents age 18+ can now book an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine. (Ronan O’Doherty/The News)
A rendering of the affordable housing project, first proposed in 2019. (Revelstoke Community Housing Society)

Revelstoke affordable housing project set for 2022

Revelstoke Community Housing Society project will see 24 one-bedroom units

A rendering of the affordable housing project, first proposed in 2019. (Revelstoke Community Housing Society)
The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative wants you to keep an eye out for wolverines when skiing in the backcountry, and send in a report to Wolverine Watch if you come across any tracks. (Photo via Wolverine Watch)

Watch out for wolverines when backcountry touring

This time of year females are making dens in the snow

The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative wants you to keep an eye out for wolverines when skiing in the backcountry, and send in a report to Wolverine Watch if you come across any tracks. (Photo via Wolverine Watch)
Revelstoke has received funds from the Columbia Basin Trust for community gardens, the food recovery program and the gleaning project. (File photo-Revelstoke Review)

Local food production projects receive funding from CBT

Revelstoke’s Community Connections, LFI and Bear Aware Society got money

Revelstoke has received funds from the Columbia Basin Trust for community gardens, the food recovery program and the gleaning project. (File photo-Revelstoke Review)
Revelstoke RCMP pulled over a van east of the city on Highway 1 on March 17 and discovered $15,000 in illegal tobacco in the back seat. (RCMP photo)

Revelstoke RCMP discover $15K of contraband tobacco in speeding Albertan van

The Albertan driver has an upcoming court date

Revelstoke RCMP pulled over a van east of the city on Highway 1 on March 17 and discovered $15,000 in illegal tobacco in the back seat. (RCMP photo)
One year into the pandemic and the Kootenay Association for Science and Technology (KAST) has helped hundreds of businesses in the Kootenays impacted by COVID-19 get help with digital transformation. (KAST photo)

Kootenay Association for Science and Technology looks back on year of helping businesses

One year into the pandemic and the Kootenay Association for Science and…

One year into the pandemic and the Kootenay Association for Science and Technology (KAST) has helped hundreds of businesses in the Kootenays impacted by COVID-19 get help with digital transformation. (KAST photo)
The Revelstoke Snowboard Club held a COVID-safe Waxathon at the end of January. The club will host their gear swap on Sunday, March 28. 
(Oldtrip Media photo)

Snowboard swap coming up on March 28 in Revelstoke

A portion of the proceeds go to the Revelstoke Snowboard Club

The Revelstoke Snowboard Club held a COVID-safe Waxathon at the end of January. The club will host their gear swap on Sunday, March 28. 
(Oldtrip Media photo)
The Columbia Basin Trust is hosting a virtual shop local campaign in March and April. (Columbia Basin Trust)

Virtual festival promoting Columbia Basin businesses coming up March 23-April 27

Learn about products and services you can find locally

The Columbia Basin Trust is hosting a virtual shop local campaign in March and April. (Columbia Basin Trust)
Voting opens March 18 and closes April 8 in the Best of Revelstoke Awards. (Revelstoke Review)

Vote in the Best of Revelstoke Awards!

Where is the best pizza? Best coffee? Best bike trail? Vote before April 8

Voting opens March 18 and closes April 8 in the Best of Revelstoke Awards. (Revelstoke Review)
Arts Revelstoke, is one of many local arts councils that can nominate someone to join the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance’s steering committee. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)

Regional arts steering committee seeking volunteers

Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance needs new members

Arts Revelstoke, is one of many local arts councils that can nominate someone to join the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance’s steering committee. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
The Breakfast Program at Revelstoke schools started in 2018. (Submitted)

Well-being projects in Revelstoke receive Columbia Basin Trust funds

The school district and women’s shelter society were grant recipients

The Breakfast Program at Revelstoke schools started in 2018. (Submitted)
Royal Canadian Air Force CH-146 Griffon helicopters, aircrews and support personnel from 430 Tactical Helicopter Squadron will conduct Exercise FAUCON ALPIN in the Okanagan Valley from March 11 to 30, 2021. (Royal Canadian Air Force photo)

Tactical helicopter squadron training in Okanagan Valley March 11-30

Royal Canadian Air Force CH-146 Griffon helicopters will be seen overhead as far north as Revelstoke

Royal Canadian Air Force CH-146 Griffon helicopters, aircrews and support personnel from 430 Tactical Helicopter Squadron will conduct Exercise FAUCON ALPIN in the Okanagan Valley from March 11 to 30, 2021. (Royal Canadian Air Force photo)
The Riverside Forest Walk walk begins at the BC Interior Forestry Museum on Highway 23. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke trail network to expand with the help of CBT funding

Four Revelstoke projects received a total of almost $80,000

The Riverside Forest Walk walk begins at the BC Interior Forestry Museum on Highway 23. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
The City of Revelstoke is seeking feedback to incorporate into the upcoming update to the Youth Action Plan. (File photo/ Stoke Youth Network)

Revelstoke Youth Advisory Committee seeking feedback for action plan update

The online survey results ask about past projects and future priorities

The City of Revelstoke is seeking feedback to incorporate into the upcoming update to the Youth Action Plan. (File photo/ Stoke Youth Network)
News business, The Copeland, now operating out of the historic McCarty House on Mackenzie Ave. (Submitted/The Copeland)

McCarty house reopens as The Copeland

New owners are continuing to operate the historical home as a bed and breakfast

News business, The Copeland, now operating out of the historic McCarty House on Mackenzie Ave. (Submitted/The Copeland)