'Failure makes us resilient, gentler, kinder and less obsessive humans. It teaches us what bravery is and allows us to expand our world, experiences and perspectives as we age.'
The society gave donors and new members a chance to win a quilt handmade by the Revelstoke Quilters Guild. Eileen Harris was the contest’s lucky winner.
Revelstoke's destination marketing organization is gearing up to put significant effort into attracting more visitors while working closely with the community to revitalize the industry.
Old-growth logging protesters blocked the Trans-Canada Highway at Revelstoke on the afternoon of Jan. 15, 2022, leading to confrontations and some tense moments.
'When we choose a path of self-exploration it requires courage to show up and do deep work.'
We checked in with Queen Victoria Hospital physician Dr. Vikki Haines about what staff are experiencing at Revelstoke's local hospital during the Omicron wave.
Revelstoke recorded an all-time high of 257 new cases during epi-week 52, but there has been a slight decline in more recent numbers up until Jan. 6, 2022.
In a recent newsletter, Tourism Revelstoke listed the current programs available to local business owners.
No residents, eight staff affected in Mt. Cartier Court COVID-19 outbreak.
The fairly substantial increase in the typical assessed value of properties in Revelstoke might not necessarily translate into higher property taxes for residents.
Revelstoke Mountaineer podcast: Interior Health Medical Health Officer, Dr. Karin Goodison, discussed the rise of the Omicron wave in Revelstoke over the past three weeks, what's happening now with boosters, rapid tests, the care home outbreak, Interior Health communications during outbreaks, and the outlook for businesses that have been mandated closed.