Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) is pleased to announce the first communities participating in its new Community Directed Youth Funds (CDYF) program.
All Revelstoke articles
The Minto Manor Bed & Breakfast is owned and operated by Edna-Mae and David Johnson. Though originally from Calgary and after spending much of their lives in Montreal, they chose Revelstoke because of family history and the chance for community involvement.by Glynis Fediuk
David Raven, the mayor of Revelstoke, talks about the strengths and challenges of the local economy, making it clear that Revelstoke is much more than just an attractive and historic place. It's also got plenty of untapped opportunities and diversity amongst its business community—and in the community at large.by Glynis Fediuk
Revelstoke City Council has approved an allocation for 10 tourism infrastructure projects worth a total of $675,503.
BC Hydro has awarded Peter Kiewit Infrastructure Co. a $40 million contract to upgrade the Mica hydroelectric dam near Revelstoke.
CBT follows up on 2010 Columbia Basin Symposium.
Seven non-profit organizations located in the Columbia Basin will be receiving assistance from Enterprising Non-profits (ENP) for social enterprise projects.
Brydon Roe, his brother, Jason, Jason’s wife, Lynsay, and her sister, Emma, have built an accommodating business.by Tanya Laing Gahr