Do you work with children and youth between the ages of 6–24 years old or their families? The Revelstoke CYMHSU Local Action Team needs your help to complete the ‘Pathways to Care’ and help guide the way.
A fire ban is still in effect for Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks, despite cooler weather conditions over the weekend. Parks Canada has also closed the Beaver Valley trails and area in Glacier National Park due to ongoing wildfire activity.
When we feed our kids puffballs of sugar for breakfast and neon-coloured ice cream for dessert, we can’t expect them to happily munch away on broccoli. Their brain's pleasure centres are not really lighting up at the thought of green juice if they have the option of orange pop. Unless, of course, we train them to make healthy choices on their own, and for their own good.
Mountaineer reporter Melissa Jameson speaks with Dwayne Voykin from Revelstoke Fire Rescue Services and emergency program coordinator, and Gary Sulz emergency services director, about wildfire preparedness and how you can be ready in case of a serious incident.
A high to extreme risk of fire danger and the potential for lightning strikes over the next few days has led Parks Canada to ban fires in Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks. There are currently six small fires burning near Glacier National Park.
A new online resource is aimed at helping to provide information and resources to the local business community in an effective and timely manner.
The Revelstoke Business Resource was created as a collaborative project spearheaded by the Business Information Centre team,including:...
By Emily Pfeiffer
With forty swimmers and their third meet of the season, the Revelstoke Aquaducks swam this past weekend in Golden, B.C. It was the first official heats and finals swim competition for the ducks, and despite the hot...