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Preserving an Ancient Forest

December 30, 2019 Rev Editor 0

Our forests are a monument to the past >>Laura Stovel  When David Thompson and his men first reached the northern bend of the Columbia River in January 1811, they walked

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IS THE LEGION AN ISSUE?

December 30, 2019 Rev Editor 0

>> Gary Krestinsky, President, Revelstoke Legion Our sustainability locally is an issue. We have an old building and aging infrastructure that is expensive to maintain. Our membership is stable, but

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The Issue of Whose Land We’re On

December 30, 2019 Rev Editor 0

It’s time to stop pretending there’s no Indigenous history in Revelstoke >>Michelle Cole On the surface, Revelstoke seems to be an inclusive society. Visitors from around the world are welcome

THE YELLOW ARROW OF LIFE

July 8, 2019 Rev Editor 0

>>Michelle Cole The Camino de Compostela ends in Galicia, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The village of O Cebreiro lies at its height, and it greets pilgrims who enter the autonomous

MICRO HOMES, BIG DREAMS

July 8, 2019 Rev Editor 0

After spending eight months road tripping and studying eco-villages and sustainable living, 27-year-old Adrian Giacca moved to Revelstoke, and —like millions of people before him — couldn’t find anywhere to

A MARIANNE MINUTE

July 8, 2019 Rev Editor 0

>> ALEX COOPER Marianne Wade only has a few minutes to spare on a Friday afternoon. For most, it’s the time to unwind after a hectic week, but in the

LIFE AT HALCYON HOT SPRINGS

May 9, 2019 Rev Editor 0

Nick, Executive Chef What is it really like to live at Halcyon Hot Springs — is it relaxing? Is it really relaxing? (chuckles) It is amazing living right here. It’s beautiful,

Q+A WITH OSHI HAMPSON

October 5, 2018 Rev Editor 0

Oshi Hampson opened Parhelia Massage Therapy about a year-and-a-half ago and has been an RMT for seven years, which I believe stands for Really Magical Toucher. She combines myofacial release

MUSCLIN’ OUT MUSSELS

June 27, 2018 Rev Editor 0

>> By KIM KAISER BC waters are precious, clean and, importantly, mussel-free. The Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society (CSISS) and Shuswap Watershed Council (SWC) want to keep them that way.