Embracing science, innovation and progressive ideas gives us hope for a healthier future. It’s unfortunate that so many people, including government leaders in the U.S. and parts of Canada, are rejecting brilliant new ideas in favour of outdated and destructive ways of generating energy.
Glory by Shay Kuebler Radical Dance System is here. A powerful display of dance offers a social commentary of our violence-drenched culture while exploring the complexities of its glorification. Glory will be wowing audiences at the Performing Arts Centre on March 30.
Construction on the Victoria/Mutas Road re-desgin begins this Monday, March 27. Speers Construction will begin work on the second phase of the $1.87 million Trans-Canada Intersection fix.
Traffic will no longer be able to turn left onto Victoria Road from Mutas...
By Revelstoke Local Food Initiative Society
In order to make good long-term decisions about our agricultural lands, we as a community can enhance our understanding of the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR). The Revelstoke Local Food Initiative has invited Martin Collins,...
MP Wayne Stetski speaks in support of a bill that could help give rafting companies access to the Kicking Horse River Lower Canyon. CP Rail cut tour companies off from accessing the Lower Canyon last year, citing safety concerns.
In a Mar. 22 media release, the B.C. government announced nearly three quarters of a million dollars in funding for forestry training programs, including here in Revelstoke:
The Province is committing $749,872 to help unemployed people find forestry jobs through...
Dheepan (2015), winner of the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, written and directed by Jacques Audiard, is a crime drama thriller. A Sri Lankan Tamil soldier on the losing side of a civil war fakes a convincing cover story by posing as a refugee father and husband to gain asylum in France. But the violence of his new neighbourhood is a threatening new conflict, bringing up his past trauma. Performing Arts Centre on March 22.
Revelstoke 2017 draft budget proposes a 7% increase for residential taxes, while businesses would see their taxes increase by 4%. Council will vote on the updated version of the draft at its next meeting, before the document is sent out for public consultation.