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Downtown Revelstoke. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)

Online community launched to support local businesses

Community Futures is hosting Revy Open for Business as a one stop shop for information

A 3-D rendering of the future plans for the resort base and the south base. (Ecosign Mountain Resort Planners)

Resort releases plans for base, including staff housing

Dave Brownlie presented three year priorities and 10-20 year plans to Revelstoke City Council

City council voted down an proposed amendment to the zoning bylaw that would have allowed a cannabis retail store to be constructed between the Last Call Liquor Store and Grizzly Pub. (Photo via Google Maps)

Revelstoke city council rejects fifth cannabis retail store

Council votes down an amendment to the zoning bylaw that would have allowed for the project

Greg Rose spent several weeks working alongside Tammy VanSickle to ensure a smooth transition as he took over the business on Monday, Nov. 16. (Submitted)

The show goes on: Roxy theatre changes hands

It will remain a theatre says new manager Greg Rose

Greg Rose spent several weeks working alongside Tammy VanSickle to ensure a smooth transition as he took over the business on Monday, Nov. 16. (Submitted)
Revelstoke Mountain Resort released this rendering of proposed staff accommodation on Nov. 16, 2020, adding that an application for the project will be submitted to the city by the end of the week. (Photo via Facebook)

Resort releases staff accommodation sneak peak

Revelstoke Mountain Resort promising submitted application by the end of the week

Revelstoke Mountain Resort released this rendering of proposed staff accommodation on Nov. 16, 2020, adding that an application for the project will be submitted to the city by the end of the week. (Photo via Facebook)
Fady Danial cuts Robert Bruce’s hair at a barbershop that has erected plastic shower curtains as a measure to help curb the spread of COVID-19, in Burnaby, B.C., on Saturday, November 7, 2020. British Columbia announced new public health measures for the Vancouver Coastal Health and Fraser Health regions on Saturday - including an order for people not to have social interactions outside their immediate household and a ban on indoor group physical activities for two weeks. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

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Social gatherings are currently restricted to immediate household groups in the Vancouver area

Fady Danial cuts Robert Bruce’s hair at a barbershop that has erected plastic shower curtains as a measure to help curb the spread of COVID-19, in Burnaby, B.C., on Saturday, November 7, 2020. British Columbia announced new public health measures for the Vancouver Coastal Health and Fraser Health regions on Saturday - including an order for people not to have social interactions outside their immediate household and a ban on indoor group physical activities for two weeks. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
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Thomas Gardiner, Gary Moore and John Gardiner at Taranis’ work base on Great Northern Mountain near Trout Lake in August 2018. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)

Trout Lake mining company acquiring dormant molybdenum facility

Taranis runs one exploration and mining operation and is looking to expand

Thomas Gardiner, Gary Moore and John Gardiner at Taranis’ work base on Great Northern Mountain near Trout Lake in August 2018. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
Tyler Maki was once again the master of ceremonies for the Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce’s annual Business Excellence Awards. The ceremony was done virtually this year. (Screenshot)

Revelstoke Business Excellence Award winners announced in virtual ceremony

The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce is celebrating their 125th anniversary

Tyler Maki was once again the master of ceremonies for the Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce’s annual Business Excellence Awards. The ceremony was done virtually this year. (Screenshot)
Plus Snow, an Australian company that sells snow gear in plus sizes, recently expanded to North America and the owner of the business is currently working out of Revelstoke. (Plus Snow website)

Online entrepreneur launches plus size snow gear store in North America

What started in Australia has been brought to Revelstoke

Plus Snow, an Australian company that sells snow gear in plus sizes, recently expanded to North America and the owner of the business is currently working out of Revelstoke. (Plus Snow website)
Linda Bruder, Jane Smith, Willma Mollerud, Pat Campbell and Renee Howe were volunteering at the Legion’s new Bargain Basement on opening day Nov. 2. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke Legion opens Bargain Basement

A new second hand store has come to town and donations and volunteers are needed

Linda Bruder, Jane Smith, Willma Mollerud, Pat Campbell and Renee Howe were volunteering at the Legion’s new Bargain Basement on opening day Nov. 2. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
An interior photo of Basecamp Resort in Revelstoke. (Submitted)

New hotel opening in Revelstoke

The Canmore based company is expanding into B.C.

An interior photo of Basecamp Resort in Revelstoke. (Submitted)
Revelstoke Tim Hortons staff give a $3,139 cheque to Hannah Whitney and Jake Sloots (left side of cheque) from Community Connections. (Submitted)

Revelstoke Tim Hortons raises $3K for local food bank

The funds were do to the Smile Cookie campaign from Sept. 14 to 20

Revelstoke Tim Hortons staff give a $3,139 cheque to Hannah Whitney and Jake Sloots (left side of cheque) from Community Connections. (Submitted)
A map of the proposed location for the temporary workforce camp in Johnson Heights that is subject to a Temporary Use Permit from the city. (City of Revelstoke)

Resort asks for support on proposed temporary workforce housing

Peter Nielsen says application for permanent staff accommodation coming forward next week

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A map of the proposed location for the temporary workforce camp in Johnson Heights that is subject to a Temporary Use Permit from the city. (City of Revelstoke)
The Alchemy Studio is hosting a dance church event on Halloween. (File Photo)
The Alchemy Studio is hosting a dance church event on Halloween. (File Photo)
Tyler Maki was the master of ceremonies for the Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce Business Awards last year. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
Tyler Maki was the master of ceremonies for the Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce Business Awards last year. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
The Kootenay Association for Science and Technology has launched a new program: Digital Economy: Rapid Response + Resiliency program (DER3). (Submitted/KAST)

Expand into the digital economy with advice from a new KAST program

The Kootenay Association for Science and Technology launches digital economy resiliency program

The Kootenay Association for Science and Technology has launched a new program: Digital Economy: Rapid Response + Resiliency program (DER3). (Submitted/KAST)
Revelstoke Credit Union CEO to retire in May

Revelstoke Credit Union CEO to retire in May

Roberta Bobicki has been working at the credit union for 40 years

Revelstoke Credit Union CEO to retire in May
Brandon Bowers Funeral Service has been purchased by a company in Penticton, however, Gary and Chrissie Sulz will remain as the operators. (Submitted/Revelstoke Review)

Funeral home in Revelstoke aquired by new owners, managers will remain

Penticton’s Providence Funeral Homes bought the Bowers group

Brandon Bowers Funeral Service has been purchased by a company in Penticton, however, Gary and Chrissie Sulz will remain as the operators. (Submitted/Revelstoke Review)
Sadie Baker and her dog Goblin. Baker launched a new dog walking and training business called Ruff ’N’ Revy. (Breanne Marie Photo)

Ruff’N’Revy will help you build trust with your dog

New dog walking and training business launched in Revelstoke

Sadie Baker and her dog Goblin. Baker launched a new dog walking and training business called Ruff ’N’ Revy. (Breanne Marie Photo)
The Revelstoke Feel Good Collective is closing Aug. 30. (Facebook photo)

Revelstoke Feel Good Collective ending on a positive note

Owner says a second shut down in the fall would destroy any hope of coming back

The Revelstoke Feel Good Collective is closing Aug. 30. (Facebook photo)