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Jim Abbott says goodbye to Ottawa

Jim Abbott says goodbye to Ottawa

This week, with another federal election in the books, Jim Abbott won’t be making plans to head to Ottawa. Instead, he’ll be off to Edmonton to spend time with his grandchildren.
UPDATE: New downtown tower slips past planning department

UPDATE: New downtown tower slips past planning department

What would Seattle's skyline be without the Space Needle? Likewise, Vancouver's profile is distinguished by the rotating lookout atop the Harbour Centre.
MAY 6, UPDATE 3: Westside Road to re-open at 5 p.m.

MAY 6, UPDATE 3: Westside Road to re-open at 5 p.m.

A mudslide has closed Westside Road in Revelstoke.
Concerns expressed over new airport weather station

Concerns expressed over new airport weather station

Area B director Loni Parker says she regrets not informing residents about a construction project to build a new weather station that is now underway on the Columbia Flats.
UPDATED: Conservative David Wilks winner in Kootenay-Columbia

UPDATED: Conservative David Wilks winner in Kootenay-Columbia

Conservative candidate David Wilks is the projected winner in the Kootenay-Columbia riding this 41st Canadian General Election.
Update: Woman injured in blaze at Smokey Bear Campground, five homeless

Update: Woman injured in blaze at Smokey Bear Campground, five homeless

Five structures destroyed, five left homeless and one woman injured in fire at Smokey Bear campground.
Liberals lose, Green wins in B.C.

Liberals lose, Green wins in B.C.

Revelstoke polls open today until 7 p.m.

Revelstoke polls open today until 7 p.m.

Polling stations at the Revelstoke Community Centre were doing a brisk business this morning. The voting centre was a hive of activity, but there weren't any line-ups to speak of at around 9 a.m. this morning.

Columbia Park suspicious man in truck incident was false alarm

Parents across Revelstoke can rest easier after a concerning incident on April 28 involving an unknown man in a truck approaching a child has been sorted out.
HST town halls draw thousands

HST town halls draw thousands