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The Revelstoke Review is the local newspaper of record and is celebrating its 123rd birthday. It has been Revelstoke’s trusted news source since 1897. Now in 2020 we continue to...
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P.O. Box 20
Revelstoke, British Columbia
V0E 2S0
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  • Youth Development

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Stories of our community involvement
Our Paper Boy is back!
Welcome Back Bob! We missed you!
We are thrilled to announce that our Brave Face mask fundraiser has raised $10,000 for Make-A-Wish Foundation BC & Yukon. Your mask purchases have made this donation possible and we are so thankful for your support. Learn more about the initiative here https://www.abbynews.com/social-matters/bravefa... https://dosomegood.ca/post/17929
This past Saturday was the "Coldest Night of the Year" walk to raise money for charities serving people experiencing homelessness, hurt and hunger. The Review not only was an event sponsor the staff walked to help raise money too! #cnoy21
Everyone is always welcome at our office
Thank You Mindy Brugman for this wonderful testimonial, we Appreciate the kind words!
From Mindy: Thanks. For those who do not have internet and are not online they are not getting information on the by-election. Many watch TV but unfortunately, there is no longer a free community cable station that is sharing this information. As far as I can tell from many of these people the only way they can get information is through your newspaper. So thank you. It's almost as if this covid is a type of vote suppression for those who are poor, infirm or elderly in our community. They should have a vote too.
The Revelstoke Review supported the 2020 Reach a Reader - Kids for Books Campaign, by providing full page ads as well as donating newspapers to go out with volunteers of the program. The Reach a Reader - Kids for Books Campaign raised over $33,000 way to go Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy - Revelstoke !!
Our Reporter Liam donating $750 to the Community Connections (Revelstoke) Society food bank for his idea of Turkey's for subs which was a subscription drive where we donated 50% of all our subscription funds for the month of October !
Community Connections Food Program provides food distribution to our food insecure families and seniors. During COVID we have seen our numbers triple!
Local Support:
The support we have received from the Revelstoke Review will help us to purchase healthy nutritious food for our community members. We are most grateful to the staff who have helped to fill our shelves for the upcoming months.
How You Can Help:
For more information please see our website and Facebook pages: http://community-connections.ca/ - https:// or www.facebook.com/community.connections.revelsto... To send financial donations please email: finance@community-connections.ca

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The Nomad Food Co is a locally owned and operated fast food restaurant that serves the community of Revelstoke the best Burgers and Shakes.

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The Nomad Food Co. started advertising with the Times review in March 2020 and have been continuing to advertise since. The Silver package has a low monthly cost and includes partnership advertising with the Times review online and also in weekly print. The Times Review have been great with new ideas to promote our business and make the process easy and seamless, billing is easy too. We recommend this package to any business looking to advertise locally and have a partner that will help with great ad designs and promoting your business to their large list of local followers.

Back in September we had a feature in our paper called "Fill the Pantry Pages" where every ad bought HALF of the money went to the Community Connections (Revelstoke) Society Food Bank. Well today we were able to present a cheque of $910 to Patti Larson & Sheena Bell right in time to help the Food Bank with the second wave of COVID. :)
If you are shopping at Save On foods from now until the end of the month, remember to ask your Cashier about subscribing to the Revelstoke Review! As half of the money spent on your subscription will go to the Community Connections (Revelstoke) Society Food Bank!
We're committed to giving back to the community!
View the Pledge
P.O. Box 20
Revelstoke, British Columbia
V0E 2S0
Causes we care about

Top company causes

  • Community and Economic Development

  • Youth Development

  • Sports and Recreation

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