An MVI just west of town has closed the Trans-Canada Highway Sunday afternoon.
Was it another of Ethan Hunt's perfectly executed exploits, or bungling burglar falling through the ceiling?
Concerns remain over the high Municipal Assist Factor rate; council wants staff to provide options on reducing user pay costs.
The unexpected location of the public art exhibit will encourage viewers to consider how art can enhance typically marginalized areas.
Tech 2.0 to focus on existing tech workers, supporting local business to meet tech needs for future sustainability.
Funding from the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program could help pay for majority of Phase 1 project costs, result in amendment to proposed Development Cost Charges.
Council to discuss a proposed 10-year agreement.
Restriction applies to all crown land; could remain in effect until Sept. 15.
Staff are recommending a two-week period for public communication and input.
Concerns over air quality arose over number of people being sent to Revelstoke for reprieve from forest fires during summer of 2017.
A wildfire in the Beaver Valley in Glacier National Park has increased from 30 to 600 hectares in three days, but it's not listed as a threat to people or structures.
A growing number of remote workers are leaving the woes of city life behind in favour of meaning found in the mountains. It could transform Revelstoke’s economy, contributing to as much as 10 per cent of the city’s working population if the trend continues to grow.
Three vehicles stolen, as well as debit and credit cards that have since been used in the Shuswap and Okanagan. Police are asking residents to check their vehicles and report any incidents.
Family escaped with out injury; cause under investigation.
A look at growing food trends in Revelstoke
Columbia Basin Trust commits nearly $965,000 to 17 projects that address social issues.
'I walked up to the boot prints and only then did I notice something that sent a shiver down my spine. The prints were fresh. And they were on top of the tire tracks I had put down just moments earlier.'
Because there’s more to it than brushing and flossing
Businesses in all sectors are struggling to hire staff, but the problem runs deeper than wages
Women warriors, the Illecillewaet Glacier, and the battle to preserve the past and transform the future
1990s resurgence offers the perfect excuse to get creative and colourful