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Shuswap family raises awareness of need for better child cancer treatments

Young cancer patient doing her best to help others with the disease that hits one in 333 kids

Weekday weather update

A look at your Okanagan-Shuswap weekday weather for Sept. 24

Reach a Reader: Help Revelstoke literacy association share the love of reading

October is the Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy’s annual Books for Kids campaign

  • Sep 23rd, 2018

B.C. teen with autism a talented guitarist

Farley Mifsud is gaining fans with every performance

Your weekend weather update

Rain continues to move right across the Okanagan, Shuswap and Similkameen.

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Revelstoke Fall Block Party 2018
Marker Training with Revy K9
REPLAY: This week in B.C.
25th Anniversary of Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup

Cops for Kids stops in Revelstoke

Locals Kurt Grabinsky and James Moore are participating in the ride

B.C. couple plans sustainable, zero-waste life in the Shuswap

Plan includes building a tiny house before the snow flies

Weekday weather update

The rain moves in right across the Okanagan-Shuswap valley

High spirits after first week of classes at Shuswap’s outdoor school

South Canoe school is taking student learning into the great outdoors

Cathy English releases second book on the history of Revelstoke

‘Through our lives and our interactions and our words we create this community’

Revelstokian awarded Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers

Bill Pollock was recognized for his work through the Canadian Executive Services Organization

Cambodian dancers perform on Canadian tour

Young dancers from Rescue Cambodia visiting communities throughout North America this fall

Cops for Kids helps family of young cancer patient

Brandon Neufeld of Summerland underwent frequent treatments in Vancouver during past year

Okanagan-Shuswap weekend weather

Environment Canada is forecasting rain all weekend long

MyHealthPortal launches new mobile app

Available for Appleand Android mobile devices in App or GooglePlay stores

  • Sep 14th, 2018

Okanagan town making strides for multiple myeloma

Ron Surry is an active hunter and fisherman who used to enjoy quadding and boating.

  • Sep 13th, 2018

Incredible effort by amateur pet detectives brings home lost B.C. dog

Community effort in Campbell River helps reunite Yorkshire terrier-chihuahua Jax with family