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Zach Delaney

Zach Delaney

I came to the Revelstoke Review from Ottawa, Ontario, where I earned a Master of Journalism degree from Carleton University. Working at the Review – as with most small news outlets – means covering everything in town, no matter the subject. Over time, my passion for the outdoors has bled into my reporting, allowing me to report on the local activities that Revelstokians enjoy. I’ve covered everything in Revelstoke from mountain biking, to municipal politics, to the inland temperate rainforest surrounding the town. The Review team uses multimedia methods to tell the stories that matter to our community.

Email
zach.delaney@revelstokereview.com

Recent Work by Zach

Cross-Canada runner reaches Revelstoke, following in the steps of Terry Fox

Cross-Canada runner reaches Revelstoke, following in the steps of Terry Fox

Jon Nabbs started his run in May 2023 in St. John’s, Newfoundland
Transportation Safety Board probes fatal B.C. chopper crash

Transportation Safety Board probes fatal B.C. chopper crash

The crash occurred Friday (Jan. 5) in Glacier National Park
‘Business-savvy, genuine’: Pilot who died in B.C. helicopter crash remembered

‘Business-savvy, genuine’: Pilot who died in B.C. helicopter crash remembered

Rob Blair was a former majority shareholder of U.S.-based boat company
Pilot confirmed dead after missing helicopter found near Revelstoke

Pilot confirmed dead after missing helicopter found near Revelstoke

No other people were inside crashed helicopter, RCMP say
Crews search for helicopter that crashed east of Revelstoke

Crews search for helicopter that crashed east of Revelstoke

The helicopter was on its way to Sicamous from Calgary
Nakusp Mounties recover more than $15k worth of stolen property

Nakusp Mounties recover more than $15k worth of stolen property

Police arrested four individuals who were found in possession of the stolen property
Enter the Den: Revelstoke business pitches to the Dragons

Enter the Den: Revelstoke business pitches to the Dragons

The episode will be shown Jan. 4 on CBC
‘Ski bum’ ‘free ride’ accusations spark B.C. food bank access debate

‘Ski bum’ ‘free ride’ accusations spark B.C. food bank access debate

As demand increases, Revelstoke charity deals with questions over who should be using its services
B.C. film examines queer identities affected by small mountain town life

B.C. film examines queer identities affected by small mountain town life

People Like Us is set to premiere in Revelstoke tonight
Both directions open of Trans-Canada Highway near Golden

Both directions open of Trans-Canada Highway near Golden

The Kicking Horse Canyon project widened Highway 1 east of Golden
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