Zach Delaney

Revelstoke Secondary School is one of many across the province that provides students with an opportunity to learn different trades as well as begin their trade-education alongside finishing their high school diploma. (Photo via Twitter)

B.C. will have 80,000 job openings over the next 10 years

The B.C. Government is working on the professionalization of the trades

Revelstoke Secondary School is one of many across the province that provides students with an opportunity to learn different trades as well as begin their trade-education alongside finishing their high school diploma. (Photo via Twitter)
A CP train derailed on the portion of the tracks adjacent to Victoria Rd. in Revelstoke on Sept. 20. (Zachary Delaney/Revelstoke Review)

‘I saw the wheels start smoking’: Witness recounts train derailment in Revelstoke

Tyane Hopkins had a clear view of the derailment as it happened on Sept. 20

A CP train derailed on the portion of the tracks adjacent to Victoria Rd. in Revelstoke on Sept. 20. (Zachary Delaney/Revelstoke Review)
Wendy McCulloch (third from the left), Executive Director of Community Futures British Columbia, and Naina Sloan (third from the right), Vice President of programs and partners with the Pacific Economic Development Canada, with representatives of the communities receiving a portion of the funding. (Zachary Delaney)

Feds kick in $5.5 million to help B.C. mitigate economic effects of disasters

Funds given to Community Futures British Columbia to distribute to small business and non-profits

Wendy McCulloch (third from the left), Executive Director of Community Futures British Columbia, and Naina Sloan (third from the right), Vice President of programs and partners with the Pacific Economic Development Canada, with representatives of the communities receiving a portion of the funding. (Zachary Delaney)
Queen Elizabeth II –then Princess Elizabeth– on her first visit to Revelstoke. (Revelstoke Museum and Archives)

Queen Elizabeth II visited Revelstoke twice

Once as a princess, and once as a Queen—the Royal Revelstoke visits.

Queen Elizabeth II –then Princess Elizabeth– on her first visit to Revelstoke. (Revelstoke Museum and Archives)
The first leg of the first day runs along underneath the gondola. (Tom Poole photo)

Endurance runners took on more than 100 kilometres of trail runs in Revelstoke

The TranSelkirks Trail started on Sunday, with participants running 100 k in three days

The first leg of the first day runs along underneath the gondola. (Tom Poole photo)
A new fire on the north side of Mt. Smart in Glacier National Park. (Parks Canada)

Parks Canada responding to a new fire near Revelstoke in Glacier National Park

Parks Canada are responding to a new fire in Glacier National Park on the north side of Mt. Smart

  • Aug 11, 2022
A new fire on the north side of Mt. Smart in Glacier National Park. (Parks Canada)
The lineup for this week’s game. (Photo courtesy of Matt Bramall)

Revelstoke Cricket Club to play first competitive match after over 80-years

Revelstoke’s cricket team takes the field in Kelowna for first game in over 80-years

The lineup for this week’s game. (Photo courtesy of Matt Bramall)
Ed Hill returns to Kelowna to perform at the Kelowna Fringe in September. (Provided by Ed Hill)

Ed Hill returns to Kelowna Fringe with his new special

Critically acclaimed Taiwanese-Canadian comedian performing at Kelowna Fringe in September

Ed Hill returns to Kelowna to perform at the Kelowna Fringe in September. (Provided by Ed Hill)
Tower Ranch Golf and Country Club cracks SCOREGolf’s top 100 list (Zach Delaney)

Tower Ranch Golf and Country Club ranked first in Kelowna golf courses

Tower Ranch Golf and Country Club ranked first in Kelowna golf courses in SCOREGolf’s Top 100

Tower Ranch Golf and Country Club cracks SCOREGolf’s top 100 list (Zach Delaney)
New video from Okanagan and Similkameen Invasive Species Society educates on the dangers of invasive mussels like the Zebra mussel. (Creative Commons photo)

Okanagan invasive species video builds mussel awareness

New Okanagan and Similkameen Invasive Species Society video warns of invasive mussels

New video from Okanagan and Similkameen Invasive Species Society educates on the dangers of invasive mussels like the Zebra mussel. (Creative Commons photo)
Invasive species threaten wildlife, including the Painted Turtle. (CSISS)

The Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program funds invasive species research

The program is funding 40 fish and wildlife projects across the region

Invasive species threaten wildlife, including the Painted Turtle. (CSISS)
The Train Wreck comedy show is coming to the Kelowna Actors Studio Aug. 12 and 13. (Photo from Unsplash)

Train Wreck Comedy partners with Kelowna Actors Studio for August show

Kelowna Actors Studio sets the stage for a Train Wreck Comedy show in August

The Train Wreck comedy show is coming to the Kelowna Actors Studio Aug. 12 and 13. (Photo from Unsplash)
Summerland Waterfront Resort and Spa win Tripadvisor award for “Best of the Best” based on customer reviews. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)

Travellers’ Choice: Summerland Waterfront Resort and Spa wins Tripadvisor award

The Summerland Waterfront Resort and Spa wins Tripadvisor award

Summerland Waterfront Resort and Spa win Tripadvisor award for “Best of the Best” based on customer reviews. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)
Over 140 golfers helped raised more than $85,00 for the YMCA. (Unsplash photo)

YMCA rakes in over $85,000 from charity golf tournament

The Wilson M. Beck charity golf tournament raised over $85,000 for the Okanagan YMCA

Over 140 golfers helped raised more than $85,00 for the YMCA. (Unsplash photo)
(Image/Creative Okanagan)

Creative Okanagan receives Lieutenant Governor award

Creative Okanagan presented with Lieutenant Governor Award for Arts and Music

(Image/Creative Okanagan)
(Westerly file photo)

Month long Falcon Ridge water advisory rescinded

A water advisory issued in June for residents near Mission Creek has been rescinded

(Westerly file photo)
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