Revelstoke Review


A video game from the early 90's is brought back to life by the local newspaper.

Remember the glory days of the paperboy? These fearless, ink-driven explorers used to dodge rabid dogs, fend off angry newsreaders, and even combat the supernatural, all while flinging papers from their townie.

The Revelstoke Review looks to honour the trials and tribulations of paperboys everywhere by putting you in the driver’s seat to get a taste of what it feels like to be an intrepid news-delivery hero!

We are constantly looking for outlets within our community to be creative and involve all ages – this year Luna is the perfect source!


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Saturday, September 23, 2023


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About Revelstoke Review

The Revelstoke Review is the community’s longest-standing news source, bringing local journalism to Revelstoke for the last 134 years.

Today, the Review is made up of: Myles Williamson, Josh Piercey, and Zac Delaney. Williamson, from Barrie, Ont., is the Publisher of the news outlet and has lived in Revelstoke for the last six years. Piercey, the Editor, is from St. John’s, Newfoundland, and has lived in Revelstoke for two years. Delaney, also from St. John’s, has been in Revelstoke for one year.

The team at the Review has strived to diversify the kind of content they deliver to the community, exampled by their newest production: the Revelstoke TIMES Magazine. They hope to continue their expansion by collaborating with LUNA.