Sue Davies

With bears out of hibernation, it’s time to secure your garbage

As early in the season as it is, the warm spring weather has woken our ursine neighbours and they are out searching for food.

Revelstoke Bear Aware reminds people of new garbage bylaw

Updated garbage bylaw states garbage containers must be stored in secure place where they can't be accessed by animals.

The bears are still around, so stay aware

Bears continue to look for food in Revelstoke, even with snow on the ground, so remember to stay Bear Aware.

Got Food? Bears need 20,000 calories per day!

Keep your food and garbage out of reach of bears as they fatten up for the winter, Revelstoke Bear Aware warns.

Bear Aware hosting electric fence workshop

Revelstoke Bear Aware hosting workshop on installing electric fences to help keep out bears.

Community Comment: Pamper the Earth this Earth Day

April 22 is Earth Day. What does that even mean? Is it just a whole load of greenies going out and hugging trees?

Christmas unwrapped… or was that unpackaged?

How to give thoughtful gifts and keep money in the community while reducing the amount of waste and garbage involved.