Swimmer Jame LeBuke wins Swim BC silver and bronze

July 10th, 2017

Local swimmer James LeBuke competed in the Swim BC LCM AAA Championships held this past weekend at the Canada Games Aquatic Centre in Kamloops. Swimming for the winter team the Columbia Shuswap Selkirk Swim Club out of Salmon Arm, James competed in six personal events and three relays. He received the silver medal in the […]

In Pictures: Timber Day 2017

May 23rd, 2017

By Jason Portras The annual celebration of Revelstoke as a logging town was held under beautiful blue skies this past Saturday, May 20. Timber Days is an open logger sports competition, featuring pros and locals competing in a wide variety of events, including the CANLOG “Hot Saw” National Championship. There were also plenty of entertainment for kids […]

  • Native youth running from Blanket Creek to Mica Dam and back to Martha Creek

    May 11th, 2017

    The Annual Spirit of Syilx Youth Unity Run will see about 120 Sylix youth run 309 kilometres beginning at Blanket Creek Provincial Park on Thursday, May 11, heading north to Revelstoke, and around BC Hydro’s Mica Dam ending at Martha Creek Provincial Park on May 14.. A statement from the Okanagan Nation Alliance said they […]

    Minor Ball season gets under way

    May 1st, 2017

    First tee-off of the year

    April 28th, 2017

    RMR to increase lift capacity by 25%

    April 12th, 2017

    Not only is Revelstoke Mountain Resort celebrating its 10th anniversary this winter, it is also increasing lift capacity from 7,299 to 9,700 skiers per hour with the addition of new gondola cabins and chairs for the lifts. A statement from the resort said the Revelation Gondola will be fitted with 24 new cabins increasing lift capacity […]

  • There’s a new annual event coming to town and it will be on Lake Revelstoke

    April 3rd, 2017

    There’s a new annual event coming to town this August — The David Thompson Paddlesport Classic. Slated to take place over the third weekend of August (August 18-20), participants will paddle and portage 125 km along 19th century explorer David Thompson’s canoe route along the Columbia River from Mica Creek to the finish line above […]

    Revy’s young Tier 4 Bantam team is the best in BC

    March 24th, 2017

    By David F. Rooney Revelstoke’s Bantam Grizzlies proved they are the best Tier 4 Bantam hockey team in the province with a convincing 3-2 victory over the Vanderhoof Bears on Thursday evening. In fact, they blew the doors off this week’s BC Championships, winning every game they played On Monday they defeated Mission 7 – […]

    BC Hockey’s Tier 4 Bantam Championships underway

    March 21st, 2017

    By David F. Rooney Revelstoke put on pretty good show on Monday evening for the out-of-town teams and families attending the 2017 BC Hockey Tier 4 Bantam Championships at the Forum this week. Aza Deschamps sang O Canada while Mayor Mark McKee welcomed the teams and spectators to our city. And Aaron Volpatti dropped the […]

    Talking hockey with Aaron Volpatti

    March 20th, 2017

    With the BC Provincial Bantam Tier 4 Hockey Championships playing at the Forum this week, it’s fitting that we provide an interview with Revelstoke’s favourite NHLer — Aaron Volpatti. “I hosted the Bantam Banquet last night (Sunday, March 19) and did a Q & A with Aaron Volpatti for the kids for about 40 minutes,” […]

    Revelstoke hosts the Bantam Tier 4 Provincial Championships starting on Monday

    March 19th, 2017

    By David F. Rooney Revelstoke’s Bantam hockey team will skate on home ice against opponents from Whistler, Mission, Clearwater, Creston Valley, Vanderhoof for the BC Hockey Bantam Tier 4 Provincial Championships starting on Monday, March 20. The four-day event starts on Monday with an opening game between Mission and Revelstoke starting at 10:30 am at […]

    RMHA Novice Division annual home tournament ends in success

    February 27th, 2017

    By Jason Portras Yet another successful, fun Novice hockey tournament came to a close on Sunday. It was superb to see all those little faces beaming and flushed from playing this great Canadian game of ours. It was also somewhat of a bittersweet home tournament, as many of the young people in the Novice Division […]