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The annual Revelstoke Vintage Car Club Mountain Paradise Show & Shine takes over downtown this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
1,800 new spaces in 30 communities to start construction this fall, minister Stephanie Cadieux says
Learn to Fish program offers instruction and loaner equipment to help children aged 5 to 15 catch a trout
Like so many trails in British Columbia, the one to Standard Peak north of Revelstoke can trace its routes to mining.
Judy Vigue grew up in Arrowhead, left when the town was flooded, then spent her career as a nurse in Revelstoke.
Totem symbolizes Coast Salish tradition of respectful listening, with little effect on ill-tempered debate in Victoria
Instructors are being sought to lead yoga classes for women and children fleeing violence in Revelstoke.
Online option now available for licences, paper version of limited entry hunting applications phased out for 2017
Conservation officers have 300 bear conflict calls so far this month, with roadside bear viewing, feeding among problems
Revelstoke Cycling Association applies for $173,000 in funding from Columbia Basin Trust for Frisby Ridge work.
Guaranteed Income Supplement, rental assistance and discount bus pass depend on Canada Revenue Agency filing
Up to 100 income assistance clients a week signing up for job training, child care and transportation, minister Michelle Stilwell says
Columbia Mountains Institute conference at Revelstoke Mountain Resort featured three days of talks and some spirited debate.
Mickey Olson is one of the few people around that has a trail named after him. We talked about his 89 years living in Revelstoke.
Health and recreation services compiled for 292 publicly funded facilities, as well as 'serious adverse events'
Climate scientist Greg Utzig gives talk on impacts of climate change for Revelstoke.
Diny Harrison, Canada's first female mountain guide, has guided on four continents, had brushes with death, and battled cancer.
Social Development Minister Michelle Stilwell says subsidized bus pass system continues, 40,000 rural people to get same value
UBC student asking Revelstoke residents to send recent pictures of bobcats or lynxs for project on mapping the habitats of both species.
Revelstoke Review editor Alex Cooper tries out the firefighter stair climb challenge.