Wednesday, June 29, 2022
On Aug. 31, Tourism Revelstoke announced their Thanksgiving Back campaign. From Sept. 25 to Sept. 26 and Oct. 2 to Oct. 3, the initiative offers accommodation rebates to visitors who participate in local volunteer projects.
On Aug. 31, BC Coroners Service released overdose statistics from Jan. 2021 to June 2021. At 1,011 suspected illicit drug toxicity deaths, the province set a new record for the six-month timeframe.
Following the announcement of the B.C. vaccine card, the Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce is asking the provincial government to provide additional support for transitioning businesses. On Aug. 23, the Government of British Columbia announced their COVID-19 proof of vaccination program....
In the continued effort to lower COVID-19 case counts, the Government of British Columbia has reintroduced a provincial mask mandate. Provincial health authorities made the announcement on Aug. 24, as British Columbia recorded 442 new cases of COVID-19. Starting tomorrow,...
In response to rising COVID-19 cases and ongoing calls for intervention, the province is introducing proof of vaccination requirements for certain non-essential businesses. One dose is required by Sept. 13, and people must be fully vaccinated by Oct. 24.
Due to growing evacuation concerns, the Government of British Columbia has issued a plea to stay away from certain northern Okanagan communities.
Amid a variant-driven surge in COVID-19 cases, the Government of British Columbia is introducing new public health measures aimed at long-term care (LTC) and assisted living facilities. During an Aug. 12 press conference, the province announced mandatory vaccination as a...
The group has reestablished their blockade on Bigmouth Forest Service Road, and plans on remaining in the area until policy reform demands are met.
The assault occurred on July 28 in Sicamous, and RCMP arrested the suspect on Aug. 8 in Revelstoke. He will appear in Salmon Arm court on Sept. 14 to face charges.
The live, interactive town hall is on Aug. 11 at 7 p.m. Dr. Bonnie Henry will host the discussion alongside Health Minister Adrian Dix and regional representatives.