The newly-minted Revelstoke Air brand, operated by Everthing Revelstoke, has unveiled their dates, prices, and aircraft for a new air service between Revelstoke Airport and Vancouver International Airport's south terminal.
From balcony, backyard, rooftop, indoor and community gardens to city beehives and chicken coops to larger urban farms and farmers markets, growing and distributing local food in or near cities is a healthy way to help the environment.
Revelstoke is making news in Vancouver and Calgary for the recent spate of black bears destroyed in town. Local residents assembled outside Revelstoke City Hall on Monday August 22 to protest against the recent deaths which saw nine bears destroyed in two days.
A craft distillery producing premium spirits, a restaurant, and a medical centre. That's what is in store for the iconic 102-year-old Mountain View School building once a heritage revitalization agreement application is submitted and approved by Revelstoke City Council.
If you haven't been out mountain biking in Revelstoke, it's time you should.
Just one go and you'll be hooked, considering the variety and gorgeous scenery that we have access to here.
If you've already dabbled in it and are looking for...
This year is fast becoming one to rival our worst in the last decade for black bears destroyed in Revelstoke, with five more bears euthanized on Wednesday, August 17 and overnight.
Conservation officer Dan Bartol, who is based out of Golden, dealt...
Golden conservation officer Dan Bartol has had 31 calls about bears in Revelstoke in the last 15 days.
He's the officer in town on Tuesday August 16, on a three-day visit, who shot and killed a mature black bear roaming Revelstoke's downtown...
The owner of Revelstoke's Gateway Inn has launched legal action against the City of Revelstoke after learning that construction of a roundabout will permanently close the Victoria Road entrance to his business.
The BC Coroners Service has confirmed that the body located at Shelter Bay on Aug. 6 is of Les Wetselaar, 69, who was presumed drowned after falling into the Columbia River at Revelstoke's Centennial Park on April 20.
Two men, a young woman and 13 rounds of battle based in the daily sphere of insecurities, rivalry and jealousy. Check out the latest play by the Revelstoke Theatre Company, Never Swim Alone, running until August 20.
Summer this year might steal the crown for Revelstoke's busiest season, but while town enjoys the fruits of new local attractions and a low Canadian dollar, the ongoing issues of staffing and affordable housing are getting tougher.