Parks Canada says a June 19 fire on Mount Revelstoke below the Nels Nelsen ski jump was human caused.
Incomplete base land update, lack of employee housing among key concerns expressed by the city on Revelstoke Mountain Resort's master plan update.
Local residents questioned CRT negotiators on topics such as the absence of First Nations at the negotiating table, agricultural interests, salmon, and international relations at a June 19 Columbia River Treaty open house, one of nine meetings slated to take place in Columbia Basin communities this June.
Cozy 3 bed, 1 bath bungalow in a quiet Arrow Heights neighbourhood.
Shoe Tree: A Play is part of an international youth arts participation project based on journalist Asne Seirstad’s account of the July 22, 2011 terrorist attack in Oslo, Norway.
Local visual artists are teaming up to showcase Revelstoke’s emerging talent
Wilkinson praised Revelstoke for its viability as it emerges as a tourist destination in the province; cautions city council to keep an eye on current government talks about changing destination tax program.
City says they are aware of the issues and remain focused on solutions to permit delays, but real estate delegation says it's not good enough.
A regional farmers market nutrition program has received a $100,000 boost that will allow 225 more families in the region to access the program. Learn here how those in need can access the program.
A driver from Ontario struck a local cyclist at the busy intersection on Friday afternoon.
Spokin' Word columnist Bryce Borlick fills you in on Revelstoke's busy 2018 cycling calendar of events.
While homegrown food production is not a new topic, the perspective of the home gardener toward growing food is starting to shift.
An alarming new report from the City of Revelstoke's economic development department warns potential changes to the provincial mountain caribou conservation program could significantly impact two of Revelstoke’s main economic drivers, specifically forestry and tourism. The potential resulting negative...
Rumpus Beer Company says it intends to offer up locally crafted beers, focus on creating a low key social atmosphere.
A three-storey building with street-level residential and two rental units above is proposed for First Street West.
Revelstoke Mountain Resort updates its key master planning document for the first time since 2003. The document tempers the resort’s initial sky-high goals with the realities learned over a decade of operation.
Local forest resource, backcountry recreation industries face increased restrictions as B.C. government grapples with new federal pressure to recover the threatened southern mountain caribou.
Super starter home or investment property with this half-duplex in the Farwell neighbourhood.
Ensemble of accomplished Okanagan musicians brings original arrangements of jazz, blues classics.
Tastefully renovated 3 bed, 1 bath manufactured home with a well laid out indoor space that fills with light.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro was part of Revelstoke’s annual classic car show the Mountain Paradise Show and Shine.