The Revelstoke Times Review reaches 1,800 homes and businesses in this historic railway centre, between the Monashee and Selkirk Mountain ranges, every Wednesday.
Just as Canada's national dream of a single railway to link the nation was realized when the Last Spike was driven at nearby Craigellachie in 1885, Revelstoke has forged the entrepreneurial dreams of newspaper publishers since the late 1890s, when the town boasted a four-page daily, The Herald. Nearly 100 years later, the Times Review was born, with the 2003 merger of the Revelstoke Review, founded in 1914, and the much younger Revelstoke Times. Revelstoke's rich newspaper heritage evolved again, when the Times Review joined Black Press. But its commitment to this community continues, through its support of the Chamber of Commerce and community events like Timber Days, Railway Days and the annual Mountain Arts Festival.
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