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Daniel Levesque's life celebrated with memories, songs and lots of tears

Daniel Levesque's life celebrated with memories, songs and lots of tears

What kind of person was Daniel James Levesque? He was a musician, he was a poet. He was a joker and a great student. He was a loving friend, brother and son. That was the picture painted of Levesque during a memorial ceremony celebrating his life that attracted about 1,000 people to the community centre Wednesday afternoon.
Man arrested in connection with Levesque’s death has sketchy past

Man arrested in connection with Levesque’s death has sketchy past

The man arrested in connection with the death of Revelstoke youth Daniel Jordan Levesque has a sketchy history that includes allegations of fraud throughout western Canada. Joshua Tyler Bredo was arrested in connection with the death of Levesque following an altercation in an upscale Victoria condo on Aug. 3.
Council votes to merge highway rescue services with fire department

Council votes to merge highway rescue services with fire department

Revelstoke city council voted to integrate the Revelstoke Highway Rescue Services Society into the Revelstoke fire department.
Lina Sihlis continues fight against proposed Centennial Park skatepark

Lina Sihlis continues fight against proposed Centennial Park skatepark

A petition opposing plans for a skateboard park in Centennial Park gained more than 550 signatures from people participating in the Glacier Challenge softball tournament last weekend, though there are questions about the wording of the petition

City council puts off affordable housing plans for Bridge Creek properties

The City of Revelstoke is indefinitely putting off plans to develop an affordable housing complex on the Bridge Creek Properties.

10% of highway kiosk visitors seeking info on Revelstoke: Chamber

In the ongoing intrigue-fuelled, behind-closed-doors process surrounding the final decision about the location of the proposed Revelstoke Tourism Information Centre, the highway-versus-downtown location debate has popped up again.
B.C. quit-smoking plan attracts critics

B.C. quit-smoking plan attracts critics

B.C.'s plan to fund nicotine patches and gum for smokers has been lauded by the Canadian Cancer Society and other health organizations, but the program has its detractors.
Sex partners urged to disclose infections via e-cards

Sex partners urged to disclose infections via e-cards

B.C. joins online service to help battle spread of disease
Update: Hundreds gather to remember slain revelstoke youth Daniel Levesque

Update: Hundreds gather to remember slain revelstoke youth Daniel Levesque

Daniel Jordan Levesque was a popular, happy, funny and talented person just starting to make his mark on the world. Tragically, his life was cut short on Aug. 3 when the 20-year-old Revelstokian was the victim of a stabbing incident in a Victoria condo.

Man could be charged in stabbing death of former Revelstoke resident

Victim in Victoria stabbing identified as former Revelstoke resident Daniel Jordan Levesque.