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Special Avalanche Warning urges backcountry users to exercise caution this coming weekend

Avalanche Canada is issuing a special public avalanche warning for the mountains of BC’s interior, including the North Rockies, Cariboos, North Columbia,... 

Public invited to see the museum’s upgrades on December 4

The Revelstoke Museum and Archives is pleased to announce the completion of the museum upgrades project funded through the Province of BC Resort Municipality... 

  • Beware computer repair scams

    The Mounties are advising residents to be cautious when receiving calls from individuals or companies that offer to repair your computer. A statement from... 

    Grassroots efforts make this season easier to bear

    By David F. Rooney One of the great things about Revelstoke is our community’s grassroots approach to getting things done. Yes, we have well-organized... 

    BC Hydro line crew makes a Revelstoke osprey home safer

    Editor’s Note: BC Hydro sometimes takes a real shellacking in public so when Jennifer Walker-Liaison, the corporation’s community liaison here in Revelstoke,... 

    Major truck accident yields winter’s first highway death

    The Revelstoke RCMP, Fire Rescue Service, BC Ambulance Service, HMC and tow and flagging companies responded to a fatal two-truck accident that occurred... 

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    The Current Video

    If you like video (And who doesn’t?) we hope you’ll enjoy The Current Video feature. This video shows a presentation at the Revelstoke Museum & Archives by local historian Ken English that describes the way Revelstokians responded to the imperial call to arms during the First World War. Ken’s research brings that period to life and puts faces to the names of the 107 local men killed in the trenches at Ypres, Vimy Ridge, Passchendale and other battlefields.

    The Current is pleased to present short videos by and about local people and events. Most videos are produced by The Current, but we will accept other videographers’ clips in the two-to-ten-minute range taken of local people and events.

    If you would like to see more local video from The Revelstoke Current’s YouTube Playlist please go to The Current Editor’s Channel on YouTube to see the full list of Revelstoke Current video productions.