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Selkirk’s Shambhala Music and Performance Hall - now a reality Nelson Briefs

After two years of renovations and construction, Selkirk College’s Studio 80 has finished its transformation to the Shambhala Music and Performance Hall. “It’s almost completed with the new sound and lighting equipment and it looks amazing,� said development and alumni co-ordinator Pat Henman. “We just had to do some minor little things like get the final equipment in and that’s going to be happening over the next few weeks. “It’s all new. It looks amazing. It sounds amazing.� The hall has been in use over the past few weeks as students

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who are in the midst of finishing their twoyear programs are performing their final showcases there. “We’ve been allowing the students to do their final showcases there, because these were the students that started two years ago

on a two-year program and they never even got to be in that space,� said Henman. “It’s been closed since they started school. They did their showcases while our technicians were putting the final equipment in.�

The L.V. Rogers Grad Talent Show Stairway to Heaven, takes place Thursday, April 12 at the Capitol Theatre at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $8 students; $10 regular. Enjoy a great night of LVR students strutting their talent across

the Capitol Theatre stage. There will be a raffle and 50/50 draw plus lots more. Tickets are available at the Capitol Theatre box office, 250-352-6363 or online at capitoltheatre. Come out and support your grads.

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Abuse could end to public access to Fort Shepherd Trail Briefs Although the Fort Shepherd Conservancy Area opened to the public this month for a third season, there still remains a danger of the popular area being closed. Guarded closely by the Trail Wildlife Association (TWA) and its president, Terry Hanik, the area south of Trail down Casino Road is used by all sorts of recreationalists, but not always towards a noble pursuit. Hanik said after the TWA took over in 2010 as stewards of the land, people have been trying to keep the area in as pristine condition as possible. But it only takes one or two people to wreck it, he said, usually by dumping garbage or driving into regions closed to vehicle traffic. Over the winter, some people created bonfires on Teck’s land — the first eight kilometres before the conservancy — burned pallets and left some refuse, said Hanik. Continued acts of that nature would precipitate closure of the area by the advisory committee that included The Land Conservancy, Teck and TWA representatives. “This is the only area that The Land Conservancy has let people go in and use. No other piece they own allows people to go in and use,� he said. ,

“But the area could end up being shut down if they abuse the land.� And it would be a great loss to the local recreation culture if that were to happen. Hundreds of people each year use the Fort Shepherd area to hike, fish, swim, hunt, mountain bike, walk dogs or go down to view monument at Fort Shepherd and look around for artifacts. Pipe leak showers sewage into Columbia The regional district’s main sewage line came apart above the Columbia River underneath the Old Trail Bridge’s deck in late Monday afternoon, spilling around 5,500 cubic metres of largely liquid sewage into the river over the next few hours. The regional interceptor pipe that services Rossland, Warfield, Rivervale, Oasis and West Trail was comprised of several sections of steel pipe, held together with a clamp, securing it to the piers of the bridge high above the river, said Alan Stanley, director of environmental services with the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. But the clamp’s failure was a mysterious occurrence, said Stanley, considering there was no normal operation of a pressure main that would result in the separa,

tion of a coupling. “We are investigating that for some alternative reasons as to why it happened,� he said Tuesday. “At this point there are a bunch of ideas floating around, but until we have something more definitive we are a little reluctant to say exactly what it is.� The RDKB had an emergency response plan for such an event and it was activated soon after the line came apart, pulling in regional district, City of Trail, Ministry of Environment and Environment Canada officials by 5:30 p.m. Regional district liquid waste management crews had the sewage spill contained within a few hours after the leak was spotted. Although the sewage pumps could not be turned off, the crews were able to send the liquid sewage through a bypass valve into the river, while solid waste went into a holding tank. School district has to cough up cash for sick days Sick days for staff continue to plague the school district as it now faces a further hit to its current budget. An extra $150,000 might have to be absorbed into School District 20’s (Kootenay Columbia) current budget as substitute expenditures keep climbing.

With only 15 per cent of the budget left ($148,000) and around $400,000 expected to pay substitute staff to cover for illness and other leaves of absence in the next four months, SD20’s board of trustees got a grim look Monday night at their regular monthly meeting at Blueberry School at how the books will be balanced this year. The substitute expenditures mean some planned school district purchases will be put on hold, said SD20 superintendent of schools, Greg Luterbach, noting there was some money in the budget to replace vehicles for the district’s maintenance crew, as well as buy some new computers. “They will be on hold until we see how we are going to balance the budget,â€? Luterbach said. “So there are going to be some unhappy people ‌ because we are going to have to use that money to balance this year’s budget.â€? This is of serious concern, he added, considering how the expenditure is affecting other areas of the district’s operation. The total substitute expenditure for February was over $110,000. For the year the district had budgeted around $1.02 million, or $83,000 per month. KBRH Health Foundation reaches halfway mark


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Kootenay governing crew sold on summit JIM SINCLAIR Advertiser Editor

It was a meeting arranged a couple of months back and Castlegar had been chosen as the location. A group of 13 gathered to try their luck at reaching consensus on a number of green topics. The event was called the West Kootenay Climate Leadership Summit, held on Tuesday, March 27. Rising to the summit was a group of 13 comprised of mayors, councillors and regional district directors from across the West Kootenay. The mandate of the summit was to â&#x20AC;&#x153;establish a climate action peer network, share challenges, inspire others and determine ways to work together on their common goals of reducing energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, and ultimately saving money.â&#x20AC;?

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was definitely worthwhile,â&#x20AC;? recalled Castlegar Mayor Lawrence Chernoff. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We talked about energy and we talked about waste and water.â&#x20AC;? He added that time was spent during the three hour session discussing options for larger communities helping their smaller counterparts. Group purchasing of infrastructure items, increasing economies of scale was also looked at according to the Castlegar mayor. A group-buying plan was touted for the retrofitting of streetlights, for example, switching to more efficient LED models. Those attending re-

lated their experiences in regard to waste and water issues. Silverton councillor Leah Main reported that â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Village of Silverton has developed the highly successful electronic waste recycling on its own initiative because it needed to be done.â&#x20AC;? Trail councillor Gord DeRosa brought up the point of how trimming power use could help in more ways than one. â&#x20AC;&#x153;From automatic door openers to escalators,â&#x20AC;? said DeRosa, â&#x20AC;&#x153;weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re all out of shape.â&#x20AC;? The host was quite pleased in describing the the summit, and Lawrence Chernoff indicated on March 30 that the momentum would soon be maintained. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to meet again at the AKBLG (Association of Kootenay Boundary Local Governments) coming up in April,â&#x20AC;? he concluded.

Salmo tops an Earth Hour category JIM SINCLAIR Advertiser Editor

In any competition it always helps to get a great start, like the early Earth Hour pledge drive carried out by the Village of Salmo. The effort helped a lot as the village earned bragging rights with the top per-capita participation in the province. Village of Salmo administration clerk Jessica Ellis feels being quick off the blocks gave her town the momentum it needed to wind up on top. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re pretty happy,â&#x20AC;? said Ellis on April 2. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Salmo showed great support.â&#x20AC;? The Earth Hour Challenge was held

between 8:30 and 9:30 on March 31. Everyone was encouraged to shut off all non-essential lights and appliances for that time, just to prove they can get by without them, even for short periods at a time.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;We were the ďŹ rst community to really start getting pledges. We went up really quickly at the beginning.â&#x20AC;? Jessica Ellis, Village of Salmo Salmo gets a $5,000 prize to go with its honour, and the money will go to the local public library. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to be doing energy up-

grades to their new wing,â&#x20AC;? said Ellis. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We were the first community to really start actually getting pledges. We went up really quickly at the beginning. Then the other communities started to catch up, especially Kaslo. Then the library, the Village and many people rallied together and we ended up catching up to Kaslo. When it closed on Saturday, Kaslo actually had more pledges than Salmo did. Once they went through and removed duplicate entries, Salmo did have the most.â&#x20AC;? According to a BC Hydro press release, â&#x20AC;&#x153;British Columbians saved 121 megawatt hours of electricity and reduced the

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For the fourth time in recent years in the Slocan Valley, a judge has slapped a restraining order on a property where a marijuana grow-op was discovered. RCMP sought and obtained the property restraint order from a BC Supreme Court judge in Vancouver for a property that contained a commercial grow-op. Cst. Shaun Foley

of the Slocan Lake detachment says they found nearly 400 plants as well as a shotgun that had been stolen out of Edmonton. Jean Yves Farrand Murray, 36, has been charged with several offences stemming from a search of his property on February 3, although police didn’t state the address. He faces counts of drug production and possession for the purpose of traffick-

ing, as well as unauthorized possession and unsafe storage of a firearm. Murray appeared in court in Nelson last week and will return May 8. The restraint order contains stipulations which prevent the owner from selling or transferring interest in the property or from doing anything which could depreciate the value of the property until the matter is dealt with in court, Foley said.

It also gives temporary control and management of the property to a branch of the federal government. Depending on the case’s outcome, the trial judge may forfeit the property to the Crown. Two other Slocan Valley properties have been forefeited the same way — one wholly, and one partially. Another two matters are still before the courts.

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Grand Forks is the latest BC community to join with CUPE in City Watch, a partnership between the local government, CUPE Local 4728, CUPE BC and the local RCMP detachment that will see Grand Forks employees work with the RCMP to help make the community safer and more secure. “This is just a great partnership that brings everyone together to put community safety first,” said Grand Forks Mayor, Brian Taylor. “Having our workforce act as additional eyes and ears on the street will assist our Town’s efforts to improve safety and security for all.” “We welcome this opportunity to help our community,” said Mike Noseworthy, President of CUPE Local 4728. “Our

members don’t just work for the community, they’re a big part of it, so City Watch is a great fit here.”

“This is jus a great partnership that brings everyone together to put community safety first.” Grand Forks Mayor Brian Taylor RCMP Sergeant Jim Harrison said the partnership with Grand Forks and CUPE 4728 will help his fellow officers in their work. “We know from the experience of other detachments that the City Watch program works and helps make communities safer,” said Harrison. “We’re very pleased to participate.” “Since we first

launched the City Watch program nearly 30 BC communities have joined with our Locals to help make communities stronger,” said CUPE BC Regional Vice President, Ian Norton. “I know how committed CUPE members are to their communities every day, both on the job and off.” About City Watch: City Watch is a CUPE BC-sponsored program designed to prevent and reduce crime in communities throughout British Columbia. CUPE locals work together with local government and police to give CUPE workers who are out on the road during the day and their dispatchers special training in watching for and reporting criminal or suspicious activity in the community. This

way they can keep their eyes open during the course of their regular duties and help make our communities safe and secure for everyone. For more information, please see http://cupe. b c . c a / c a mp a i g n s / city-watch. Contact Information: • Lynne Burch, City of Grand Forks 250.442.8266, • Mike Noseworthy, CUPE 4728 President 250.443.4163 •Sergeant Jim Harrison, Grand Forks RCMP 250.442.8288 • Clay Suddaby CUPE National Communications Representative 604.313.1138

RDKB executes court order and takes down illegal trailer park Grand Forks Briefs The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) executed a court order to remove a number of illegal trailers from the Granby Road property of Peter Demski on March 28. The RDKB contends that there had been complaints from nearby residents about the

trailers, which were brought onto Demski’s property illegally and went against zoning bylaws. The mobile homes were torn down and the debris was taken to the local landfill. Grand Forks’ Thate wins Music Festival contest Local singer Amanda Thate will open the

big stage at the 2012 Merritt Mountain Music Festival on July 19. Thate received the most votes out of five contestants during a fans’ choice online voting contest. “I feel so grateful and excited,” exclaimed Thate. “We think there were close to 1,000 people who voted for me and I’m not sure where they all came from.”

Bunny Swim at Aquatic Centre On April 7 between 1 and 3 p.m. the Bunny Swim will take place at the Grand Forks Aquatic Centre (2020 Central Ave.). Regular admission will apply and the Easter Bunny will make an appearance. Adult $6, Senior $4.50, Youth $4.10, Child $3 and Family $14.

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Late season bracer with annual ‘Slush-Cup’ ARNE PETRYSHEN West Kootenay Advertiser

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Despite the cold and snowy weather, some 25 competitors put on their best ski boots, swim shorts and retro attire before taken the plunge for the annual slush cup at Red Mountain in Rossland. Those brave enough to speed down the hill through the falling snow hit big air off the five foot jump before splashing down into the ice cold landing pool. While a few people

managed to waterski to the end of the pool, most ended up getting drenched in front of the large crowd that gathered on every vantage point between the Red Chair and the day lodge. The winner received a brand new pair of skis. On the hill, there were excellent winter conditions with a large amount of snow falling overnight. Other prizes were awarded for best costume and best trick. This is the last weekend of skiing at Red, which officially

closes on April 16 this year. To finish the year off, Red will be having a pass appreciation and end of season deck party and Dummy Downhill. The Dummy Downhill event begins at 2 p.m. Saturday, with sled display at noon and registration starting at 9 a.m. Enter your dummy sled for a chance to win prizes in categories like people’s choice, biggest air and fastest time. Entry is $5, but kid’s under 16 can enter their sleds free. Pass holders will be able to

get food and beverage specials of the day as pass appreciation. For more info, contact Lauren Ellis at 250-362-7384 or receptionist@redresort. com. Other prizes were awarded for best costume and best trick. This is the last weekend of skiing at Red, which officially closes on April 16 this year. To finish the year off, Red will be having a pass appreciation and end of season deck party and dummy downhill. The dummy downhill event begins

at 2 p.m. Saturday, with sled display at noon and registration starting at 9 a.m. Enter your dummy sled for a chance to win prizes in categories like people’s choice, biggest air and fastest time. Entry is $5, but kid’s under 16 can enter their sleds free. Pass holders will be able to get food and beverage specials of the day as pass appreciation. For more info, contact Lauren Ellis at 250-362-7384 or

Hi-Ho, Hi-Ho so much for the concept of Freedom 55 SUBMITTED

Life Matters Just recently, the Federal government passed their 2012 Budget which has caused quite a stir amongst the popula-

tion at large. The main hot topic of debate has been the changes introduced to our Old Age Security pension plan with the eligibility date being moved from age 65 to 67. Needless to say, I

had a brief chuckle… shook my head and heaved a big sigh… oh, how life has changed… Rewind the tape about 25 years and all I could think about was Freedom 55. Yep,

that was the ultimate dream. Work hard, “save your pennies” and if all turned out as planned I’d be living the retirement dream at age 55. Unfortunately, for most of us – the Freedom 55

dream is far from reality as we’re still faced with putting our children through school, paying off debt and mortgages and realizing we should have been saving $100 bills instead of pennies.

A few years back, the government had to institute changes to our Canada Pension Plan to increase our contribution rate to 9.9 per cent of our pensionable earnings. There was an outcry at the time as no one wanted to take away more of their hard earned dollars to fund the CPP. Nevertheless, these changes were incorporated and we learned to live with it – thankfully because of these changes, indicators tell us that the CPP appears to be fully funded for the next 75 years. When it comes to the Old Age Security pension plan, this particular program is financed by the government’s general revenues and provides a monthly pension to nearly all Canadians age 65 years of age or over. For 2012, the maximum annual OAS pension is $6,481 or about $540 per month. The OAS was put into place when Canadians were not living as long. For example, in 1970 the life expectancy was 69 years of age for men and 76 for women while today it’s 79 for men and 83 for women. The government therefore estimates that the cost of the OAS program will grow from $38 billion in 2012 to $108 bil-

lion by 2030. In addition, in the 1970s, there were seven workers for each person over the age of 65. Today, there are four workers per senior and in only 20 years time (based on estimates of Canada’s declining birth rate) the government projects that there will be only two workers for every 65 year-old. Yes, we can rant and blame the government of the day – however, these changes would have been necessary regardless of which political party was at the helm. You can turn on the news and see the heavy-handed 11th hour austerity measures being brought down in other countries because the governments did not have the foresight to prepare. In our case, these OAS changes will be phased in over an 11-year period followed by a six year phase-in period which will provide individuals with significant advance notification to plan their retirement and make adjustments to their savings plans. So, here’s how it works. If your birth date lands on or before March 31, 1958 – you’re safe. Continued from P. 23

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inch photograph was taken at the soldiers’ camp in Vernon in 1915 and depicted 14 men. Their names are not included, but we know from a sign on the Silverton memorial hall that nine men from the village who enlisted did not return: Harold Jenkin, Samuel Waters, James White, John McInnis, Alfred Moul, Harold Bowers, Alfred Broughton, R. Griffith, and F. Langhorn. The seller was in Vernon, the buyer in Nelson. • A 1902 card addressed to the West Kootenay Butcher Co.

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Latest in an on-going series about Kootenaiana on eBay. A bond from the Metropolitan Gold and Silver Mining Co. of Lardeau sold for $88 US recently. Issued to a George McNeil and dated December 1, 1904 at Minneapolis, it was signed by president R.H. Batty and secretary W.G. Caldwood. An earlier president of the company, David Spencer, founded the Spencer department store chain in BC, which was eventually sold to Eaton’s. The company’s major property was the Triune at the north end of Silver Cup Ridge. They maintained an office at Ferguson and employed J. McCrossan as manager. The company built a wire-line tramway from the mine in 1901, but an avalanche destroyed it the following year. The mine saw limited production. The seller was in Oakville, Ontario, the buyer in Nelson. • A 1905 stock


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West Kootenay girls go to school on basketball fundamentals CRAIG LINDSAY West Kootenay Advertiser

Girls from throughout the West Kootenay were busy Saturday morning working on their basketball skills at Stanley Humphries school gym in Castlegar. Head coach Kim Matson and several assistants have been working with girls from throughout the area on skill development. “We’re going to be running six sessions

to give the girls an opportunity to build on their skills and play ball,” said Matson, who coached the SHSS junior girls basketball team this year with husband Gord. “We have girls from Greenwood, Trail, Nelson, Castlegar, and South Slocan. We have a lot of experienced coaches helping out this year which I’m super thankful for. It gives the girls an opportunity to learn more and develop their game.”

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star calibre players. “I think it’s a great

program,” said guard Els Hryniw from Robson Community School. “It’s fun.” The next development session, for girls in grade 8 and younger, is April 11 at Mount Sentinel Secondary in South Slocan from 5 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. “It’s about development for wherever they want to be next year,” said Matson. “It’s also development for those interested in trying out for summer games and a zone

team which will be selected from the West Kootenay.” Matson is also the coach of the Kootenay Summer Games girls basketball team which will be competing in the summer games on July 19-22 in Surrey. The try-out dates for the summer games team are: April 21, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at SHSS in Castlegar, and May 5, 9 to 4:30 p.m. at Mt. Baker Secondary in Cranbrook.

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Rick Hansen relay heading to Grand Forks in late-April CASSANDRA CHIN West Kootenay Advertiser

Currently in Enderby and Salmon Arm, B.C., as of April 4, the Rick Hansen Medal Relay will arrive in Grand Forks in late-April. The relay team will be arriving in Grand Forks on evening of Thursday, April 26 with special events planned for Friday, April 27. “We have 10 runners/medal bearers on that day, and on the following day, when they head to Greenwood, there will be four medal bearers,” explained Grand Forks Recreation Coordinator Kim Johnson. Medal-bearers will carry a medal crafted by the Royal Canadian Mint in relay fashion across Canada. Johnson stated the relay team will arrive at Christina Lake’s

Welcome Centre early April 26 and then make its way to Grand Forks. “There aren’t any medal bearers from Christina Lake to Grand Forks, so I believe they will be driving the medal in,” she added. Upon arriving at the Grand Forks Recreation Centre, there will be a place outdoors for road hockey games with community organizations before the ceremonies begin at around 4 p.m. “We’re trying to get the (Grand Forks) Piranhas Swim Team and the minor hockey teams and different groups to have tables to get the community involved,” Johnson stated, though details are still pending. The Rick Hansen Foundation is dedicated to improving spinal cord injury research. The foun-

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Rossland Briefs How can you diversify your garden to accommodate and nourish bees? Entomologist Lynn Westcott will be leading a workshop in Rossland about the insect. Bees are very important in the pollination process and Westcott will discuss subjects such as effects of pesticides on the bee population and which types of flowering plants best support their nutritional needs. The workshop is Thursday April 12 from 7 - 9 p.m. at the Rossland Legion Hall basement and is free. The Selkirk Trio, a Kootenay based ensemble, is on tour throughout the East and West Kootenays, and will be making a stop in Rossland on April 14. The trio features a program highlighting the rich repertoire for clarinet, cello and

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fraught with problems and will probably never settle well. That it was officially ratified after the New Moon in Aries cycle, which included Uranus in its scope, makes sense in terms of it activating a revolutionary movement. Many people are upset and virtually dumbfounded at the decisions of the leading players of our ‘elected representatives’ at both federal and provincial levels. Royal decrees would be better descriptions of the social policies being pushed through. Referring to people who get elected, or who assume positions of authority by default, as ‘our leaders’ may be part of the problem. Of course, behind the realities of national interests are all the forces of multi-national interests. That the latter do work with and through national policy but are in fact not strictly bound by national interests and concerns is a likely reflection of the global state of affairs.

ARIES (MAR 21 – APR 20)

LIBRA (SEP 22 – OCT 22)

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CANCER (JUN 21 – JUL 22)


All being well you have everything in place in preparation to launch initiatives that have been brewing for some months. With returns for past efforts rolling in these days and investment interests on your mind, there is excitement in the air. A call from on high and/or visions of adventure beckon. Balancing dreams with realities is the basic challenge. A variety of ideas and plans are gestating in your mind. You are in an expansive mood, but this is the time to dream and scheme more than take full action. Preparing the ground may be your best approach. There is also the bigger picture to consider; to at least be aware of and perhaps to direct some constructive thoughts and maybe some prayers.

Deciphering what is your power in the world and where and how to direct it is a current core theme. It is likely that you have been challenged to make some sacrifices over the past while. Meanwhile, tending to affairs close to home is also important. Spring cleaning and renovations are likely as are more serious family matters. Mixing in quality family and friend time will help balance the scales.

Some measurable changes in your career or public life and perhaps at home were activated at the last New Moon. Now these are coming into full view. Some positive returns are likely in the mix so identify them. Be willing to see the bigger picture and work with the flow of change that is unfolding. Moving forward or into new territory is a good sign.

LEO (JUL 22 – AUG 23)

Some adventure is keeping things interesting now. Meeting new people and sparking friendships is likely. Doing your homework may include research, investigations and/or taxes… The time is right to take calculated risks. This is linked to those key connections that are brewing. Look to the future and be willing to learn new skills.

VIRGO (AUG 23 – SEP 22)

Taking some key initiatives for the sake of your health continues. The overall quality of your lifestyle is also implied. Becoming increasingly self reliant in this regard is ideal. Do seek professional help if required, yet do not lean on family or friends. Be willing to invest in new tools, equipment and skills. Get organized, outline plans and activate healthier habits.

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Making improvements in your relationships is in focus. That this includes the quality of connection you have with yourself is part of the plot. You are in the mood for social and cultural stimulation and perhaps some adventure too. With some returns coming in on past investments, deciphering what is your next best direction is important.

Activating key changes in your daily rhythm and routine is important now. Knowing how much you can and are willing to give verses managing and reserving enough energy for other priorities is on your mind. Creating a strategy that works for everyone, including you is the main goal. Within reason you can ‘have it all’, but you have to ask and negotiate terms.

A creative cycle has begun for you and it spells change. Yet feeling confident about the prospects may not be so easy. Part of the answer now lies in reaching out to communicate and network. ‘A person is 5 people away from everyone’ is a saying worth considering. Who owes you a favour? If you seem to be short on friends it may be time to make some new ones.

Things are moving and shaking on the home front, and in you, and both are creating waves on relationship fronts. These may be producing opportunities but you may have to get extra imaginative and give to the situation double time to get the results you want. You may be standing on top yet the wind is blowing cold and it is time touch base and warm-up somehow.


New perceptions are stirring in your mind. These are leading you to review your priorities with a reality check in mind. Yet, what is realistic may not be so straightforward. Sometimes common sense can get in the way of good sense. What that is depends on your deeper needs. There is more to true security than material considerations and a riddle you must solve.

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An ambitious streak has been activated. This could produce a change of fortunes or at least a desire for more. Of course, discipline must usually accompany ambition. Creating more beauty and comfort in your home is featured. Minor antagonisms meanwhile on relationships fronts may be a source of upset. Balancing this mix of energies will require flexibility and patience.


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A-1 FURNACE & Air Duct Cleaning. Complete Furnace/Air Duct Systems cleaned & sterilized. Locally owned & operated. 1-800-5650355 (Free estimates)

HUGE RANCH & Farm Equipment Auction. Saturday April 14, 11am for Allan Smashnuk at 6188 Vla Road, Chase BC, Tractors, Haying Equipment, Livestock Equipment, Welding Equipment, etc. Phone: BC Livestock (250)573-3939

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4 Bridgestone all terrain T/A tires, 225/75/16, 90% tread left. $400 set. 250-442-7313, Steve. 8ft. slate pool table, 2 sets balls and cues, $500. 250442-0275. CAN’T GET Up Your Stairs? Acorn Stairlifts can help. Call Acorn Stairlifts now! Mention this ad and get 10% off your new Stairlift! Call 1-866-9815991. Composted manure $20 tractor bucket load, duck eggs $4 dozen, wool rovings $1.50 oz & yarns. 250-442-2573. Couch, love seat & matching recliner. Black fabric $300 obo, 3.5’ x 6’ utility trailer,$300 obo, 10” table saw on stand $125 obo. 250-447-6341. Craftsman 8 HP snow blower, 25 in, $150; elliptical cross trainer exerciser $40. 250-4420242. DIY STEEL Building deals! Many sizes and models. Make an offer on clearance buildings today and save thousands of dollars. Free brochure - 1-800668-5111 ext. 170. FAST RELIEF the First Night!! Restless leg Syndrome and leg cramps gone. Sleep soundly, safe with medication, Proven results. 1-800-7658660. Golden Wheel industrial sewing machine. $250. 250-4420275. **HOME PHONE Reconnect** Call 1-866-287-1348. Prepaid long distance specials! Feature package specials! Referral program! Don’t be without a home phone! Call to Connect! 1-866-287-1348. HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 SAWMILLS FROM only $3997 - Make money & save money with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free Info & DVD: 1-800-566-6899 Ext:400OT



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Mobile & RV Park U-Haul/moving supplies Winter Hours: Tues-Fri : 9 am - 5 pm Sat : 10 am - 4 pm Telephone 250-442-2995 or U-Haul 250-442-8778

23805 23817

We require a TECHNICIAN to work in a fast paced shop. Please send or email resume with complete work history and references to: Marc Cabana at Champion Chevrolet 250-368-9134 or Carlos DeFrais at Champion Chevrolet 2880 Highway Drive, Trail BC V1R 2T3

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CRIMINAL RECORD? Don’t let it block employment, travel, education, professional, certification, adoption property rental opportunities. For peace of mind & a free consultation call 1-800-347-2540.

FULL TREE CARE Tree preservation, Dangerous tree removal, fruit trees, full clean up, references, certified Insurance, 250-687-0734 or 250-399-4400

White sliding closet doors. 2 panels each 30x80 in & hardware. $50. 250-442-3979.

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HD MECHANICS 3rd or 4th apprentice or Journeyman Heavy Duty Mechanics with their Red Seal and CVIP License to work in Whitecourt and Hinton, AB.

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Please call 250-718-3330 or Fax: 1-888-679-0759 For more information or send your resume & current drivers abstract to:

Work Wanted Carpenters & Construction laborers wanted, apply in person to Harry or Jack at 2350 72nd Ave. Grand Forks, beside Recplex.

DENIED CANADA Pensioplan disability benefits? The Disability Claims Advocacy Clinic can help. Call Allison Schmidt at 1-877-793-3222.

Health Products HERBAL MAGIC - With Herbal Magic lose up to 20 pounds in just 8 weeks and keep it off. Results Guaranteed! Start today call 1-800854-5176.

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2 horse bumper pull horse trailer. Good condition, 4 wheel brakes, good tires. $1,200 obo. 250-442-3348.

$5 bale. Weed free, barn stored. 250-442-0275 Alfalfa Seed AC Blue “J”. Researched & developed for southern BC for disease resistance. Buy from the grower and SAVE! (403)377-2548 Beautiful Timothy mixed with 10% Alfalfa. No Hoary Alyssum. $4.50 bale if you take more than 10 bales. Call 250442-3113. Orchard grass/alfalfa, mixed hay, small square bales, barn stored. 250-442-4204.

Happy Feet Dog Walking Services. $10/hr afternoons, evenings, weekends. Call Charmaine, 250-442-5686.

HANSON DECKING West Kootenay Agent for Duradek 250-352-1814

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Good topsoil for landscaping and gardening. $30/pickup load. 250-442-2013 or 250442-2014. Hogg’s Multi Yard Services. Weekly lawn cutting; yard clean up; will pickup furniture & appliances. 250-442-8163. M.OLSON’S YARDCARE Dethatching & Aerating 250-368-5488, 250-512-2225

Gorgeous Golden Retrievers, 1st shots, dewormed, 1-yr congenital health guarantee, $400. Call (250)426-8560, (250)421-0384

Home Repairs HOME HANDYMAN attn: Seniors & Landlords - why pay more? Lance 250.231.6731

Merchandise for Sale

Antiques / Vintage 9 pce dining rm, 4 pce parlour, parlour stove, 2 chandeliers, & much more. 250-445-2319, 250-442-2255.


Small Ads work!

3 yr old Whirlpool 30 in range, excellent cond w/1 yr warranty left. $400 firm. 250-442-2064.

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Pets & Livestock

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Bicycles Ladies CCM 15 speed bike, $100 firm. Exercise bike, has display $60. 250-442-5959.

Legal Services

7261-5th St. Grand Forks, BC


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All Dog & Cat All Grooming Natural Choice Dog & Supplies! Check out our great in-store specials! Cat Foods!

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WANTED Old Barn Board any size, shape, and kind of wood, preferably FREE. Please call 250-442-6611.

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GET BACK ON TRACK! Bad credit? Bills? Unemployed? Need Money? We Lend! If you own your own home - you qualify. Pioneer Acceptance Corp. Member BBB. 1-877987-1420.

DROWNING IN Debt? Helping Canadians 25 years. Lower payments by 30%, or cut debts 70% thru Settlements. Avoid bankruptcy! Free consultation. Toll Free 1 877-5563500

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CONCRETE FINISHERS and Form Setters. Edmonton based company seeks experienced concrete finishers and form setters for work in Edmonton and northern Alberta. Subsistence and accommodations provided for out of town

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Wish you could hang a sign on the door and make it all go away? CALL 1.877.898.2580 or visit

320 – 1620 Dickson Ave. Kelowna 445 Ellis Street, Penticton

Trustees in Bankruptcy & Proposal Administrators

Firearms WANTED: RIFLES, shotguns, restricted weapons, reloading equipment, decoys or any other shooting related items. Fully licensed. Glen 250-428-6750

Food Products BUTCHER SHOP

BC INSPECTED GRADED AA OR BETTER LOCALLY GROWN NATURAL BEEF Hormone Free Grass Fed/Grain Finished $100 Packages Available Quarters/Halves $2.45/lb Hanging Weight Extra Lean Hamburger $4.00/lb TARZWELL FARMS 250-428-4316 Creston

Free Items FREE: Wood Pallets Call Liz @ 352.1890 ext 209

Firewood/Fuel DUSTIN’S FIREWOOD: Top quality dry larch. $200 cord, split, delivered. 250-442-8571.


Surf Hotel for sale 30 yr contract @ 1 hectare Balian River West Bali $850K lock stock n barrels Google “Pondok Pitaya” 352-5726 Like Dream Hotel 4 Sale on Facebook

Misc. Wanted

Beautiful Brown Leather Couch & Chair hardly used $2500.00 Call: 825-9334

Cash paid! Pre 1966 silver coins, paying 12x per face value. Have references. Phone 250-666-0319.

Garage Sales

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Moving Sale - 726 - 5th Ave Fri - Apr 6, Sat - April 7th Fri - Apr 13th, Sat - Apr 14th 8:00 - 4:00 Lrg compressor, table saw 16 ft kayak, window A/C like new, leather couch & loveseat Phone 250-365-2897

Heavy Duty Machinery 325 John Deere Skid Steer w/Forks 26 Ft Construction Trailer w/Customized Office Shelves 250-365-6267 A- STEEL SHIPPING STORAGE CONTAINERS / Bridges / Equipment Wheel loaders JD 644E & 544A / 63’ & 90’ Stiff boom 5th wheel crane trucks/Excavators EX200-5 & 892D-LC / Small forklifts / F350 C/C “Cabs”20’40’45’53’ New/ Used/ Damaged /Containers Semi Trailers for Hiway & StorageCall 24 Hrs 1-866-528-7108 Delivery BC and AB D4H SERIES II Cat, 6/way blade & bush blade, wide high track. 2500/hrs. ex.cond. Call 250-424-5320. HD Water Wagon also available. Will pay cash for scrap steel. Logging equip, construction and farm equip etc. All insurance in place to work in your yard. 250-260-0217.

Misc. for Sale INSPECTIONS (WETT) and solid fuel appliances at Snowball Ventures. 250-442-2943. Wood pellets and the units that heat with them at Snowball Ventures. 250-442-2943.

Musical Instruments Piano - Mason & Risch, with stool & accessories, exc cond, modern style . 250-442-8044.

Plants /Nursery Mariposa Greenhouse open 9am-5pm 7 days/wk. Come check us out and tag a basket for summer blooms. 3705 Koochin Rd. You can “like us” on Facebook!

Sporting Goods 2001 SKI DOO 700cc $3,500 (obo). 250-442-8699.

Tools Small used multi-purpose lathe Emco Maximat Super 11 incl threading, milling & drilling $3500 fixed. Been in use for producing test specimen for mechanical testing 352-9698


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Real Estate

Apt/Condos for Sale

Houses For Sale

2 story 3bdrm, 1.5 bath, immaculate townhouse, w/finished basement. A steal at $140,000, but open to offers. #18 1410 78th St. Close to high school. 250-442-0610.

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Auto Financing

Grand Forks: NEW OWNERSHIP. 3 commercial spaces, in town (Black Knight building) & 1 on hwy. Available now. 250442-2599 / 250-443-1599.

CASTLEGAR Seeking Responsible easy going tidy individual to share large fully furnished Home. Perfect for student or working person N/P, N/S please call 304-2380

NOVA SCOTIA Rural water front lots for sale. Country living at its best. Three bedroom apartments for rent. 45 miles to university town. 1-902-5222343

Grand Forks: 3 bdrm condo, #1-6690 21st St, recent upgrades to bathroom & kitchen, new paint, asking $135,000. 250-443-1403.

Duplex/4 Plex


Cottages / Cabins

Apt/Condo for Rent

Christina Lake: 1 bdm cottage w/ covered deck, bsmt, grdn, w/d, pets ok, low utils. n/s $650 + util. 604-771-1570.


NELSON: 1201 Davies St. new 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom duplex. Half sold, high quality, energuide 80,great views, great location, $349,000 incl. HST, 250-226-7809. ID#196677

Mobile Homes & Pads

Grand Forks Realty Ltd.

Grand Forks: 2 bdrm mobile, private setting $600 month; 1 bdrm & den apt, downtown $725 month util inc; 2 bdrm apt $725 month util inc; 2 bdrm apt w/balcony $750 month; 3 bdrm 2 bath house w/large yard, deck, gazebo $900 month. N/S, N/P, References. Ken: 250-442-2632.

Grand Forks: 33 ft penthouse 5th wheel set up on the river, asking $13,000. Pad rent $300 a month. Will consider rent to own. Call 442-2995 after 5pm. Grand Forks: Mobile home pad on the river, $300 a month pad rent. Call 442-2995. Grand Forks: older clean motor home on 5 acres, w/power. $450 month. 250-442-0122, 250-493-1807.

CASTLEGAR, 2 Bdrm apts furnished & unfurnished. many extras, $800/mth, N/S N/P, 250-365-5246

For Sale By Owner Unfinished cabin on 2.8 acres on Riondel Rd near the Ashram. Will be appraised in May. Making a list of interested individuals. Price likely well under $200,000. Terms Negotiable. Excellent for handy person or couple 780-566-0707

Homes for Rent

CASTLEGAR, 2 Bdrm Apt with private yard, $750/mth 1 Bdrm apt $550/mth, 2 Bdrm Basement suite, DT, $725/mth All Include Utilities, N/S, N/P 250-608-3930

CASTLEGAR, 1400 sq ft House, southend, 3 Bdrm F/S, W/D, A/C, N/S, N/P References required $925/mth + Utilities 250-362-5468

CASTLEGAR, Selkirk Manor & Cedar Manor now accepting applications 250-304-3026

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Grand Forks, Bachelor suite, N/S, N/P avail April 1-250-8389757

2008 3bdrm. Moduline @ Beaver Falls Mobile Park. $79,900 F/S D/W 250-367-6054

Grand Forks: Newer 2 bdrm apt in 6-plex, ground level, avail. April 1. 250-838-9757.

Almost waterfront 3475 Fisherman Rd 10 mins from Nelson private 6 acres 3 brd 3 bath 2400 sf newly renovated $579,900. 354-7383

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Grand Forks: 1972 12x68 ft Leader mobile home, 3 bdrm, F/S, W/D, A/C, truss & steel roof built over existing roof, 1/2 new windows. Some blocking & pads included. Good starter home, well looked after, ready to go! $5,500 obo. 250-4428750. Please ask for AnnaLise or Ed.

2007 mobile home in desirable Triangle Garden adult park. #41, 7225 Boundary Drive. MLS K203163. $135,000. 250-442-8559. 3 Bdrm Mobile Home Large Additions, $ 19,500 250-365-6267

Grand Forks. New 2 storey $325,000. With opt. rent to own, 0% interest, 15% down. 250-497-6989.

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“A Must See” Easter weekend, Sun+Mon, Apr 8+9, noon-5pm, 6298 College Rd. Approx 1,290 sq ft rancher, 2 car garage, 3 bdrm, spacious, .42 acres, 800 sq ft shop w/open loft, kitchen, 2 pc bath, self contained. Non chlorinated water source.


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Only 4 Lots Left 0.5 ac lot - $109,000 0.6 ac lot - $169,000 1.0 ac lot - $229,000 Near par 3 Golf Course Custom Plans, Engineered Homes from $53,000 Call 250-365-6267

Recreational 5-Star Bargain! Fairmont Hot Springs Mountainside Resort ‘Week 45’ for sale. Exchangeable through Interval International. Make an offer above $800. 250-442-5221.

Newly Renovated 5 bdrms, 2 baths, everything brand new. $255,000. 250-442-8760.

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Nelson: 2 bdrm apartment avail. Immediately. NS/NP $825/mo incl. power 365-7335 ROSSLAND, 1bach. apt. Golden City Manor. N/S. N/P. Subsidized. 250-362-3385, 250-362-5030. ROSSLAND GUEST SUITE, private entrance, deluxe ensuite & kitchenette. Newly reno’d. N/S, N/P. Weekly, mo. rate. 604-836-3359

Shaughnessy Apartments now accepting applications on 2 bedroom apt. NS/NP $670/mo + util. Quiet Adult bldg in Rosemont 352-0118 W.TRAIL, Room in 3Bdrm. house, w/d, n/s, n/p. $500./mo. util. incl. 250-231-3783

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Located DOWN TOWN Excellent High Traffic Area Plenty of Parking 250-428-5240 Grand Forks: approx 1,000 sq ft open area plus 200 sq ft office area with 22’ x 22’ attached workshop. Lots of parking, great location, good signage on main road. Security system installed. $750 month plus utilities. Call Jim @ 250-442-9780

E. TRAIL, 2bdrm, small house no yard, f/s, laundry facilities 250-368-3239 Grand Forks: 2 bdrm, $700 month plus utilities. N/P. Avail immediately. 250-442-5111 or 250-442-2804. Grand Forks: 3 bdrm, 2 bath, west of town, W/D, internet & cable. N/S, N/P. Responsible tenant.$1,150 mo. 250-4427349. Grand Forks Just renovated 3 bdrm. Avail. April 15th. $800/m + utl. 250-442-6603. Grand Forks lg home on acreage. 778866-8511, 250-442-2549. w w w. h o m e away. c o m / va c a tion-rental/british-columbia/chr istina-lake/r25986. #379429.

Suites, Upper Castlegar 2 Bdrm Apartment Bright & Spacious, F/S Laundry on site, close to amenities, N/S, N/P, $725/mth + utilities, Call 359-7819

Want to Rent Grand Forks: Wanted! House to rent. Professional working parent looking for 2-3 bdrm in town, close to town. Clean, responsible tenant. Need fully fenced yard. Elizabeth, 250-442-6611, 250-5849100 or 9-5 at 250-442-2191. MAY-SEPT. GRAND Forks area. Employed, shared accommodation ok. Steve 250505-3682 or 250-229-4555. NELSON: 2 mature adults require 2-3 bdr home. They have 2 well behaved dogs & need a small yard, laundry on site & bathtub preferred. Can afford up to $850/m reliable, trustworthy tenants. Contact Shonna @ 551-3413


Grand Forks. New. $950/m. Opt rent to own. 0% interest, 15% down. 250-497-7808. Grand Forks: small but very cozy 2 bdrm cottage overlooking river. Shares 1 acre with 2nd home. Blocks from Extra Foods. $650 mo + util. N/S. 250-666-0088. NELSON: Clean 2 Bdrm + Den on 3 Acres, Sandy Waterfront, 5 min to town. Avail May 1st $1500 250-352-5679 NELSON: Perrier Rd. Small 2 bdrm. WD,F/S. NS/NP. Yard, shed & parking for 2 Avail April 1st. $900/mo 352-2439 or 7492

Office/Retail Nelson, downtown: 2 sunny offices, big reception area. $780/mo incl util + A/C + HST. Call 250-354-4381/354-7949 NELSON Downtown: Small Office/Therapy room. $350 + HST, A/C + utilities incl 250-354-4381 / 354-7949

Pasture Land available to grow hay or other crop. 250-442-6822.

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Grand Forks: REDUCED! Peace of mind in a country setting & only mins to town & affordably priced. This updated 2 bdrm Manchester mobile is a very comfortable starter or retiree option. Fully fenced, landscaped .5 acre & outbuildings are ready for the yard or gardening enthusiast! Why rent? $145,000 obo. 250-4428185.

Grand Forks: Newer 2 bdrm apt in 6-plex, ground level, avail. April 1. 250-838-9757.

CASTLEGAR, South End 3 Bdrm House, N/S, N/P, W/D $925/mth + utilities Phone 250-304-3026

Suites, Lower CASTLEGAR Basement suite 2 1/2 Bdrm, Spacious, 5 appl N/S, $800/mth incl utilities 250-365-8386 after 5:00 pm or leave msg CASTLEGAR DT 1 Bdrm updated Basement Suite, Satellite TV, Internet, Heat & Electricity Incl, No Laundry N/S, N/P, $700/mth. Prefer student or working individual. References required Please Call 250-365-2286 CASTLEGAR South 1 bdrm ground level Suite, $700/mth + utilities, Call 250-304-4910 Grand Forks Furnished basement suite. Mature person N/S-N/P. $750/m, util included. 250-442-8930. Grand Forks, one bdrm downtown, newly updated, $650. 250-497-7808. ROBSON, 2 Bdrm Basement Suite, Avail April 15. 365-5278


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$50 for regular size car/truck 1989 Chrysler Dynasty, runs very well, 100,000 km, new fuel pump, solid reliable vehicle. $2,000. 250-442-7468. 1989 Nissan 240SX 2dr lift back. 71000km on rebuilt engine, good rubber, little rust, reliable. $1,500. 250-442-5635 1995 Cadillac Eldorado. 2 door, leather, sun roof, heated seats, nonsmoking, well maintained. 250-442-3776.

Cars - Sports & Imports 1974 Chev Corvette (last year for big block & real dual exhaust) 454 V8 (rebuilt to 490 horse) 4 speed standard (also rebuilt) power steering, brakes & windows. Car is mostly disassembled for restoration but complete. Have all original parts. Also comes w/extra front clip complete (incl. glass & headlight assemblies $2500) Also extra body tub complete (incl. doors & glass $2000) Has current BC Registration. Over $17000 invested, first $10000 takes it all 551-3336

Recreational/Sale 1994 26-ft 5th wheel, 15 ft slide, Calif rm, A/C, forced air, microwave oven, solar panels, clean. $6,900. 250-442-5242.


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Recreational/Sale 1992 27 ft 5th wheel w/slide, very clean, new awning, new water heater, new water pump, big fridge w/large freezer. Asking $6,500 obo. Phone 250-442-3348. 1996 Okanogan 5th Wheel, exc cond, 25.5 ft., rear kitchen, sleeps six,winterized, immaculate, $5,000. 250-442-0790. 1999 Allegro 32 ft motor home. Reduced - $22,000. 454, has gen, sleeps 8, hyd level, front air susp, queen bed walk around. Excellent condition. Has 50,000 km. 1-250442-2013. 89 Dodge 350 Getaway Van Fully loaded, incl bathroom in Excellent Condition $7,200 Call 250-365-6959

Scrap Car Removal Scrap Batteries Wanted We buy scrap batteries from cars & trucks & heavy equip. $4.00 each. Free pick-up anywhere in BC, Minimum 10. Call Toll Free 1.877.334.2288

Sport Utility Vehicle 1990 Toyota Hilux Surf, 4WD, right hand drive, exc body, no rust, P/W, 150,000 km, probably needs head gasket. $2,500 obo. 250-442-0122, 250-493-1807. 1993 GMC Suburban 1500, 4x4, good condition, 313,000 km, 350 FI V8, auto, remote start, A/C, cruise, P/W, P/L, intermittent wipers, P/seat, rear heater & A/C, MP3 stereo, barn doors, 3rd row seat, trailer brakes. New radiator & A/C service, recent windshield, alternator & starter. Clean inside, runs strong. $2,500 obo. 250-442-5297. 1998 Toyota Rav4, 5 spd, 4 dr, silver, 310,000 km. Well maintained, reliable. $4,200. C/w 2 sets tires on rims (new winters). 250-442-4279. 2000 Ford Explorer XLS V6, 4L, auto, AWD, 4 dr, 4 like new winters w/studs, 170,000 km, P/W, P/L. Exc cond in/out. $5,500 obo. Is in Grand Forks. 250-442-0122, 250-493-1807.

Trucks & Vans 1964 Chev 1/2 ton pickup. Great project truck. Asking $1,600. Call for details. 250442-0957. 2008 Ranger FX4, 28,600 km, loaded, 20 in chrome wheels, & winters. Mint. 250-442-2430.

Utility Trailers Utility trailer, p/u box on 3/4 ton frame, 2 in ball. $400. 250442-5117.

Boats 2008 Seadoo GTI130 1 owner, 3 person water craft. only 50 hours on this unit. Dealer maintained & serviced. Cover, bumpers, trailer incl. Pkg new was $12,083 + tax, first $6,450 takes!! 250-551-3336/250-352-3942

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Boundary 4-H holds its 2012 District Speak off event SUBMITTED

The Boundary 4-H District Public Speaking competition was held March 31, 2012 at the Kettle Wildlife Hall in Rock Creek. 4-H Members came from Nelson, Castlegar, Grand Forks, Rock Creek, Beaverdell and Kelowna. Thank you to the Judges: Mark Danyluk, Margaret Ann Bugeaud, Janine Fraser, Julie Webster, Diana Bartelings, Jodi Klein, Alanna Baiton was the Master of Ceremonies. The topics ranged from

Inspiration, Cancer, small deer and, horse safety. The winners: Senior speakers, First to Sarah Kobylka(Borderline 4-H Club)on Human Soul, Second to Dakota Turnbull (Borderline 4-H Club)on Animal Rights, Third Sara VandenBorn(Boundary C 4-H Club) on the Wreck of the Costa Concordia, Juniors: First - Marjika Van Kuik (Boundary C 4-H Club) on Alexander MacKenzie., Second – Adele Fossen (Boundary C 4-H Club) on Bella Bella Vs Thor-

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oughbreds Third - Amy Salter (Boundary Multi Club), on Art. Dakota Turnbull and

Sara Vanden Born will be going on to compete at the Regionals May 27 Thank you to the Kettle Wildlife Association for

the use of the hall, and The Borderline 4-H club for hosting the event. Great lunch ladies. The District Council meeting followed, the five clubs are now busy planning for the judging rally May 5 at the Rock Creek Fairgrounds. This year 4-H member enrollment has gone up from the 53 last year to 68 (22 Seniors, 46 Juniors Members plus nine Cloverbuds this year, We have two multi clubs - the main projects being Horse (includes ranch horse, reining, parelli styles), Beef,

Sheep, Dog, Photography, Sewing with project s of food, cavy, Adopt a Grandparent, poultry, Plus the Cloverbud members who are ages 6-8. 4-H was first started in Roblin Manitoba in 1913, with potatoes as the project, so next year we will celebrate the 100 year of 4-H in Canada. The following year will be BC’s 100th year and we plan even more celebrations that year. So if you are an alumnus 4-H member or Leader come help us celebrate.


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Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) is helping Basin communities continue to address literacy issues by renewing its partnership with the Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy (CBAL). CBT is committing $1.32 million over three years, or $440,000 per year. This is an increase of 10 per cent over the previous partnership agreement of $400,000 per year, and is a response to increased demands for CBAL’s programs. “CBT wants to support communities in setting and addressing their own literacy priorities,” said Neil Muth, CBT President and CEO. “Given CBAL’s demonstrated track record and the increased demand for the services it provides, we’re excited we can both renew our partnership and increase our support.” CBAL works by assisting communities as they tackle their individual literacy needs. Results include programs and resources focused on topics like reading, writing, early language learning, English as a second language and computer literacy. Over 7,000 people accessed CBAL programs in 2010/11.

Freedom 55? Continued from P. 8

The proposed legislative change won’t affect you and you will still be eligible to receive your OAS at age 65. For those of us born in 1962 (yours truly included here) – on or after February 1st of that year – then your OAS eligibility will be at age 67. For anyone else born April 1,1958 to January 31,1962 you will have a phased-in age of eligibility somewhere between 65 and 67 years depending on your month and year of birth. As an example, someone who was born on July 15, 1960 would have to wait until “age 66 years – 2 months” in

order to be eligible for their OAS. Wow – so much for Freedom 55. Can’t help but whistle that Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs tune “hi-ho, hi-ho…it’s off to work I go.” PS: forget saving those “pennies”… they’re getting phased out too. Now is the time to get your financial plan in order and REALLY get serious about saving for retirement. Debbie Pereversoff CFP CPCA is a financial planner with Assante Financial Management and her company The Affolter Financial Group Inc. located in Castlegar.

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NORM ZAYTSOFF 250-354-8584

Bonnington, 4-bdrm, 3-bath cedar clad home with in-law suite on 1.6 treed acres. Wood and tile floors throughout, a window wonderful interior. Extensive decking and elaborate rockeries and pathways. Also includes a double garage and a separate workshop. This home is an instant winner and is priced to go fast. Call Norm or Lev

An incredible riverfront property in Appledale. 8.37 acres along the gently flowing Slocan River with deep mature forest. 2-3 acres of established pasture, established fruit and ornamental trees and a unique and durable 3-bdrm home. A great getaway spot or home for all seasons.





Paradise Found







Captivating Forest Home



Lemon Creek Lodge

A Slocan Valley landmark, this 10-bdrm post and beam lodge has operated as an all season resort for 30 years providing short term accommodation, a 74-seat restaurant, and a venue for private functions big and small. Situated 3 ½ forested acrec close to Slocan Lake and Slocan Rail Trail. Price includes all fixtures and equipment.

Call Norm or Lev

Call Norm or Lev


Mountain Station Acreage

1.4 prime acres made up of 10 separately titled 50 x 120 lots at the edge of city limits. Gentle south facing slope, forested site, located on a quiet no-through road. May be suitable for multiple dwellings. Ideal for friends to buy together, or for an astute investor. Call Norm or Lev

LEV ZAYTSOFF 250-354-8443


Low In Maintenance High In Value

Looking for a change of pace, this 3-bed, 2-bath townhouse offers all the essentials without the maintenance. This home has had many upgrades over the years and a layout to support any age group. Whether you’re downsizing or starting out, this one should be on your radar. Call Lev or Norm

ROBERT GOERTZ 250-354-8500


Hidden in the trees of Bonnington, this park-like acreage is both rare and special from its development potential to its mountainous beauty. The 4-bed, 3-bath home is well thought out, bright and sure to please with wood burning sauna and a 16’3 x 24’2 shop well equipped for any craftsman. Quick possession is available. Call Lev or Norm



Procter At Its Best

A Mountain of Opportunities

Nestled on 4 separately titled generous lots with fruit trees, gardens and loads of sun, this 3-bed, 1-bath home has a great flow, generous room sizes and a real Kootenay feel. A wrap around deck takes in the stunning lake views and offers endless enjoyment on those long summer nights. Only 30 mins to Nelson.

Call Lev or Norm


A Lot of Potential

Level, serviced Fairview lot with access off 10th or 11th Street. Towering evergreens, a lake view and assured privacy are just a few of the perks of this well positioned lot. Bring your plans - bring your dreams. Call Lev or Norm






Creekside ½ acre, Edge of Town

.49 acre creekside property just outside city limits! This very well cared for 4-bed, 2-bath home features a new woodstove and a 465 sq. ft. deck. Custom glass doors throughout let in lots of light. Enjoy being close to town, close to the Waldorf School and close to nature. Call James





JAMES LOEPPKY 250-509-0804





Great Value, Quick Possession

This Property Turns a Profit

At 3.1% interest, 5% down, you can live in this brand new duplex for as little as $1,016 per month. Why pay rent? Call James to view these beautiful 3-bed, 2-bath half duplex units anytime.

214,985 Affordable Procter Home in Great Condition

With 20% down at 3.2% interest, the monthly mortgage will be just over $1,900. This property earns $2,000 per month. Why not live close to Six Mile beach and have the income from this property pay your mortgage?

Where else in the Kootenays will you find a gorgeous heritage home on a large lot for this price? Very well built and maintained, this gem has many upgrades. Call today to view.

Call James

Call James

Call James




Charming Bungalow YARA CHARD 250-354-3382

Charming 3-bed, 2-bath 50’s bungalow in lower Rosemont. Quality built with wood windows, oak floors, new hot water tank, 100-amp service, 3-year-old roof and two gas fireplaces. Full finished basement - room for the family or good suite potential with outside entry. Large beautifully tended lot, only a 10 minute walk downtown.

Call Wayne


Downtown Commercial Building


Land and building for sale. 2960 sq. ft. of retail/commercial space with 14’ 8” ceilings, situated on a 50’ x 120’ corner lot in a busy location with lots of parking, excellent highway access and potential for expansion. The building is in excellent condition and will make a great investment or home for your own business. Call Wayne



Cute Condo

Neat and tidy one bedroom condo at Blaylock, just a few miles from Nelson on the beautiful North Shore. Vaulted ceiling in living room, beautiful kitchen and bright bedroom. The 8’ x 25’ deck has a wonderful lake view and is great for container gardening. Condo also includes a single carport and storage room. Call Wayne



Affordable For You!

This like-new 2010, two bedroom home is immaculate inside and out. Beautiful large kitchen open to the living room with vaulted ceilings. Located on the quiet Lower 6 Mile Road in the 21 Pines Park. Just a short walk to the beach and the city bus. Call Wayne

Valhalla Path Realty 280 Baker St., Nelson, BC (250)354-4089 ~

Thursday, April 5, 2012 Real Estate Focus


RHC Realty

Serving Nelson, Kootenay Lake, Slocan Valley & area since 1908


MOBILE Quick Possession

Helping Local Kids




A 4 bedroom 3 bath comfortable home on a lake access lane. Vaulted ceilings and gourmet kitchen. Lower level has an in-law suite. Large deck with carport. Paved drive, RV parking and terraced lawn. Lake access very nearby.

Well kept 2 bedroom, 14’ wide mobile home is vacant and available for quick possession. Located in the 6 Mile area it is in walking distance to local services and just 10 minutes to town. Paved parking and covered deck.

2 bdrm & 1 bath very well maintained & bright manufactured home with a great floor plan located on a nicely landscaped .58 plateau in sunny Upper Balfour. This property features lots of parking, RV parking, 2 car carport, outbuildings & large fenced in garden.

Located 10 minutes north of Nelson, this 3 bedroom 2 bath home features lovely master bedroom with en suite, air conditioning, gas fireplace, covered deck and carport. Quick possession. Pet restrictions.

Call Alan $359,900

Call Dave $82,000

Call Lisa $236,000

Call Lorne or Drew $139,500

Beautiful lake and city views! Open kitchen and living room concept. Enjoy gourmet kitchen with top end appliances. Great family home with 4 bedrooms, 4 baths and over 3000 sq ft of living space. Call Tad at The Property Lab Team $625,000






Come check out this 1,184 sq ft tastefully finished 2 bedroom 1 bath home that sits on 8.8 acres and boasts well over 700 feet of riverfront in Winlaw. This is perfect property for the ultimate recreationalist.

This 4 bdrm 3 bath home is located in a dead end cul-de-sac. Large rec room with cozy pellet stove, open living /dining room with gas fireplace. Landscaped .46 acre lot, backyard is fully fenced with a covered patio, 2 tiered deck, above ground swimming pool & waterfall with pond.

Located in Slocan Park, this 11.4 acre property lies across the road from Slocan River and offers good building sites at road level and upper benched area. Outbuilding, recreation nearby, 30 min. to Nelson/Castlegar.

Just 5 minutes from town at Taghum. Two bedrooms + hobby room, family room, deck areas, newer flooring, privacy, workshop and situated on a half acre of sunny southwestexposed property. Priced for Quick Possession!

Call Laura $317,777

Call Lorne or Drew $129,000

Call Glen $219,900

Beautifully cared for family home on .59 acres, boasting too many updates to mention, only 15 min. to Nelson and 20 min. to Castlegar. Call Christine $435,900






Centrally located 3 bedroom home, with original hardwood floors and wood accents. This cared for home has many upgrades, don’t pass this affordable family home up!

Enjoy ultimate waterfront privacy at Harrop on over 600 ft of lake frontage with beach. Newer ranch-style home with two bedrooms, den, vaulted ceilings, & loads of windows. Huge sundeck, wharf with boat moorage, plus much more!.

Offered for the first time is this beautifully upgraded Villa at Granite Point. A 3 level, 1,644 sq ft, 3 bed, 2 1/2 bath corner unit with attractive features, sun drenched deck, close to golf course, and Art Gibbon Memorial Park.

Non-traditional 2-3 bedroom Kootenay original. Large, renovated open-concept kitchen and a 300 sqft loft bedroom. Amazing views, .41 acres, perfect for riotous garden 20 minutes from Nelson.

Call Christine $329,000

Call Glen $549,000

Call Brady at The Property Lab Team $320,900

84 feet of lake frontage in a quiet Procter area neighbourhood. This two bedroom, two bath year round home could also be a wonderful cabin. Two decks, covered parking, workshop and rental or guest cabin as well.



A magnificent home set on a 3.6 acres with a stunning view of the River and Bonnington Falls. The 3 bedroom home also has 4 bathrooms and a fabulous master suite. AND a finished basement suite or space for yourself.

Featuring oak hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, open beam construction, & fenced level yard. This uphill gem also has suite potential with kitchen in lower level & separate entry. Home in excellent condition.

Call Dave $569,900

Call Lorne or Drew $389,500


Call Brady at The Property Lab Team $405,000

Call Dave $559,000

Call Paul at The Property Lab Team $ 224,900




5 bdrm, 3 bath house with 23.07 acres located along Ski Hill Rd in Salmo. An 8000 sq ft workshop, carport & a very private pad for a manufactured home to bring in some extra revenue. Recreational opportunities right at your door step with Salmo Ski Hill just steps away.

Super solid family home in lower Fairview on large 75’ X 120’ lot with great little mother-in-law suite in the basement. There’s 2,600 sq ft of living space over three floors. Main floor boasts a spacious kitchen open to a large dining room.

2 bedroom 1 bath modern, cozy home with great views of Slocan River/Lake. Also 24’ x 32’ shop, full basement and unfinished 2nd floor, all on a private treed 24 + acres within 1 hour from Nelson/Castlegar. Call Lorne or Drew $399,900





Great sun exposure, spectacular southerly view and a great place to build your dream home. This 0.73 acre parcel has a community water & sewer system, and underground power and telephone lines and access to the West Arm of Kootenay Lake.

Development in Harrop. Rare 122 acres with full road access. on Mill Creek or Lewis Road. Offers developers an opportunity to create a rural subdivision with multiple building sites that offer panoramic Kootenay Lake views.

Great opportunity to build your dream home on this .22 acre lot only a few doors away from Granite Point Golf Course, it has approved building plans and the city services are paid. This lot has everything you could ever want, so when do you want to build?

Pristine Fairview 2,355 sqft Heritage home, near Lakeside Park, completely and lovingly restored. Sensible, flowing layout, modern kitchen and entertainment areas. Full floor plans and HD Video Tour available.

Call Tad at

1/2 duplex in great condition and well maintained with updated bathrooms, fresh paint, newer flooring and appliances! Also paved driveway, fenced rear yard, storage shed and a covered deck all on a prime view lot!

Call Alan $145,000

The Property Lab Team $699,000

Call Lorne or Drew $239,000

Call Laura $137,777

Glen Darough 250.354.3343

Alan Tarr 250.354.8489

Christine Pearson 250.505.8015

Dave Buss 250.354.9459

Call Lisa $499,000

Tad Lake 250.354.2979

Considering Buying or Selling? Call

Paul Shreenan 250.509.0920

Brady Lake 250.354.8404

Call Tad at The Property Lab Team $425,000

Lisa Cutler 250.551.0076

Laura Salmon 250.551.8877

Call Paul at The Property Lab Team $469,000

Lorne Westnedge 250.505.2606

RHC Realty 250.352.7252

Each office independently owned & operated

Drew Evans 250.505.2466

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Real Estate Focus Thursday, April 5, 2012


Prices depend on the market If you are considering selling your house, you are probably wondering if the current market conditions favour buyers or sellers. You should definitely proceed by collecting all the information you can about the real estate market. Conditions have a major influence on prices and understanding them can play a role in your strategy. The supply and demand formula is simple: when there are more homes for sale than potential buyers, prices fall. Inversely, when there are fewer houses on the market than prospective buyers, prices increase. When the number of homes for sale is approximately equivalent to the number of purchasers, then the market tends to be more balanced. PHOTO: JUPITERIMAGES / THINKSTOCK

Market conditions can vary greatly from area to area within the same region. The factors that determine the popularity of any given neighbourhood are the strength of the economy on a national and local level, rural, urban, or suburban location, access to services, and changing consumer tastes. If you find yourself in a buyer’s market, you will likely need to be flexible and reduce your asking price. Another option is to invest in some home improvements before listing your house, which will optimize your position alongside other similarly priced homes on the market.

North Castlegar


South Castlegar


South Castlegar


417 5th Ave

#101 825 Merry Creek Rd.

1507 Emerald Cres.

MLS K210819

MLS K211363

MLS K206781



North Castlegar




Mountainview Realty Ltd. 1695 Columbia Ave. Castlegar, BC

South Castlegar


South Castlegar


506 201st.

1810 Galloway Rd

1211 1St. Street

2524 9th Ave

2428 12th Ave.

MLS K206011

MLS K204641

MLS K207139

MLS K206608

MLS K211021

South Castlegar


South Castlegar

South Castlegar


Jo-Ann Bursey 250-304-8681




1403 37th St

5367 Allendale Cres.

2825 5th Ave

1312 Forest Rd.

MLS K211671

MLS K207122

MLS K211750

MLS K195555

Do you know what your home is worth “I DO”! Call me today for your free market evaluation!

South Castlegar

South Castlegar

LAND Lot 13, Tower Road



1479 37th St.

3350 Southridge Dr.

MLS K211303

MLS K210539

$179,900 MLS K205141


Thursday, April 5, 2012 Real Estate Focus

l a c o pL


® #4, Rosemont Park Easy Living


5703 Taghum Frontage Rd.

David Gentles 250.354.8225

Burke Jones 250.354.8515

2047 Highway 3A Great Opportunity

Garage is In


Trevor Jenkinson 250.354.8409

Deane Stanley 250.354.3455

4223 View Ridge Rd. ed

Impeccably Maintain



808 Carney Bridge Rd. res

3.69 Creek Front Ac


Refurbished 2-3 Bdrm 14’ wide in Rosemont. Good Park location. David Gentles

1.5 Acres in Taghum. 832 sf Garage with 364 sf studio above. Ready to build your home. David Gentles

2 bdrm reno’d home. 2.47 acres with a waterfront component. Call for details. David Gentles

Impeccable 5 bdrm, 4 bath home with formal living & dining rooms. Manicured .56 acres. David Gentles

Great 2 bdrm home, separate dble garage. Private yard. Property split by hwy. Possible Subdivision?

3330 Kenville Mine Rd.

7315 Highway 3, Salmo

5805 Longbeach Rd.

4224 Kays Rd.

5821 Sproule Creek Rd.

House & Acreage



Log Home -- 41 Ac


Spacious Rancher

Peaceful Privacy



Amazing garage with studio above. 2-3 bdrm home. 2.72 terraced acres. A great find. David Gentles

Salmo River divides this 41.32 acres of level land. Your very own sanctuary comes with a 2 bdrm Log Home.

David Gentles

4-Level split with 4 bdrms, garage and seasonal creek. Convenient location. Great family home. David Gentles

Coveted Blewett. 2.46 acres with 3 bdrm, 2 bth rancher with hobby room & separate shop. Landscaped yard.

3811-3813 Blewett Rd.

3627 Kendall Court

603 Arlington Rd.

6123 Telford Rd.

9 Acres--2 Houses

86 Riverfront Acres



David Gentles

David Gentles


Taghum Family Ho


Move-in Ready! Spacious 4 bdrm, 3 bth family home. Hobby & family rooms. 0.83 ac lot. Recently updated.

David Gentles

BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE 1105 Beatty Ave: ...............................$86,500


View Ridge Road: 1.12 Acres ........... $99,900 Lot 26 West Gore ............................. $ 99,000 Lot 25 West Gore................................$105,000 6820 Grandview Drive: 0.47 Acres.... $110,000

Brown Road: 1.58 Acres................... $149,900





Belmond Road: 3.57 Acres & RV site.. $149,000

Burke Jones

Call David for Details & Mapping

9.56 Acres with 2 bdrm home and 2 bdrm mobile. May & Jenny cuts thru upper portion. Great location.

Your own playground . Private riverfront peninsula. Approx 4000’ of Slocan River frontage. Spacious 3200 sf Rancher.

Just outside Slocan City. Great recreation opportunities. Lots of TLC needed, but a good beginning.

Great views. 1 Acre with 1200 sq.ft. home. Separate Garage/shop. Separate Studio. Lots of possibilities

2127 Loff Road, Tarrys

4332 Lower Krestova Rd.

920 Latimer Street

6405 Appledale Lower Rd.

David Gentles

A Full Package

David Gentles

7.9 Level Acres

Burke Jones

Great Starter

Handyman Special

Perrier Lane: 5 Lots remaining $100,000. to $170,000

BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE Crescent Valley: 5.53 Acres...............$89,900 Trevor Street: 75 x 140’ .................. $185,000 Sunset Drive: 0.50 Acres ................. $215,000 Riverfront @ Pedro Creek: 6.60 Acs....$224,900 Slocan River Road: 83.57 Acres......... $299,900





Kootenay Lake Waterfront Lots:..$595,000./$795,000

8.57 acres. 3 bdrm home. 48 x 52 shop w/upper loft, dble doors, triple carport. Separate 19 x 28 barn.

Level Pasture. Privacy Treed manufactured home site. Gardens, outbuildings & more. A Horse lovers delight!

Suite potential. Neat & tidy 3 bdrm, 2 bath on an easycare 38 x 120 lot. Greenhouse & carport. Hot tub deck.

3 bdrm dble-wide on basement. River view deck over garage. 2.63 acres. Close to River access.

Burke Jones

Call Burke for Details & Mapping

3460 Passmore Rd.

3230 Heddle Rd.

3214 Heddle Rd.

7032 Highway 3A

3126 S Slocan Stn Rd.

Burke Jones

1.2 Manicured Acres


Burke Jones

Quality Throughout


Burke Jones

Executive Quality



Kootenay Lake Wa


Slocan Lake: 267 Acres w/waterfront.. $1,200,000

Land & Building


3 bdrm, 2 bath open concept home with prow front & deck overlooking landscaping & pond. Stone’s throw to Slocan River..

Country living close to town. Upscale 3500 sq.ft. 4 bdrm home on 1.35 level acres. All the bells & whistles. No HST.

Enjoy country. 3 year old upscale 3000 sq.ft. 5 bdrm home. Includes attached garage & separate garage. No HST.

Captivating 5 yr old custom 2 storey lake shore home. 1.64 acres. Foreshore lease & dock. 3 garages & carport. By Appt Only!

Neighbourhood pub known for its food & relaxed atmosphere. 1.13 acres, building & suite. A “Turn-key” operation.

408 Hutcheson Avenue

5106 Pedro Creek Rd.

#27, 900 W Gore Rd.

3671 Passmore Bridge Rd.

3505 Highway 6, Nelson

Burke Jones

Be Your Own Boss


$499,000 Convenient location. Restored Heritage home Established Salmo Autocore. & TruckFull Repair shop. Fully equipped near downtown 2 storey design 3000 sq.ft. shop,John storefront, parts room & Storage. Knox

Burke Jones

Burke Jones

Level 5.19 Acres


Great 3 bd, 2 bt $374,900 Rancher. Safe, fenced level 60 x 3 bdrm 2 bt rancher. Attached dble garage. 5.18 Level acres. 106 Lot. Hot tub, Carport. Near Lions Park. 6 Acre riverfront across the road available--$224,900. DavidJenkinson Gentles Trevor

Burke Jones

Great Starter


Affordable housing, move-in ready. 450 sf deck with hot tub. Skylights, 2 bdrm, 2 bth. Close to bus stop.

Deane Stanley

Burke Jones



Perfect 4 bdrm,$219,000 full basement. Landscaped .46 1.78 Level acres with 260’ of frontage on Slocan River. ac. Garage, pool, decks, pond. A must see! Utilities at the lot line. Driveway is in. Build Now! Burke Jones

Burke Jones

Burke Jones

Land & Building


11,750 SF Commercial building. 1.78 acres. Great destination Call Burke Jones location 5 Mins South of Nelson. Recent upgrades. for more details on these great lifestyle opportunities

Call David for details.

433 Josephine St. • Nelson, B.C. • 250.352.2100 •

Real Estate Focus Thursday, April 5, 2012



Spring maintenance for your home Has harsh winter weather damaged your home? Has snow clearing ruined your flowerbeds? Has the wind torn off some of your roof shingles? Spring brings lots of little fix-ups that need your attention, but for most of them you don’t need to be an expert in renovations. The exterior of a home usually needs some preventive maintenance in the spring, once all risk of freezing has passed. A few simple tasks will be sufficient to improve the appearance and the value of your residence. FOUNDATIONS Check to ensure that no new cracks have appeared and that existing ones have not increased in size. Call in an expert to fill the cracks and solve the problem once and for all. WINDOWS If the paint on windows, outside cladding, or the patio has peeled, the wood is probably damp. Any rotten wood should be replaced before repainting. DRIVEWAY Examine your driveway and other paved surfaces, including those of indoor garages. Identify all the potholes and cracks in the asphalt that will have to be repaired. Stepping stones in walkways that have broken, chipped, lifted, or sunk over the winter will also need repairing. GUTTERS Once the blossoms from spring-flowering trees have fallen, clean the gutters even if you did them in the fall. Take advantage of this extra cleaning to make sure the anchors aren’t loose and that your gutters are draining efficiently. Use a garden hose to detect any leaks and ensure that water drains freely through the downspouts and away from the house.

Stunning High Efficiency Home

$499,900 Barry Brown REALTOR®

Eric Schneider REALTOR®

Lorene MacGregor REALTOR®

Newer Home on Large Lot

Beautiful Slocan Triple Lot



Linda Wang REALTOR®

A Place You Can Call Home


Barry B Brown 250.365.9363

Beautiful Custom Built Home


Barry B Brown 250.365.9363

Eric Schneider h id 250.226.7970

Lorene M Macgregor 250.304.3101

Barry B Brown 250.365.9363

Exclusive View

Country Living at its Finest!

3 Acre Subdivision?



2 Prime Commercial Buildings




$810,000 & $989,000

Barry B Brown 250.365.9363

Eric Schneider h id 250.226.7970

Barry B Brown 250.365.9363

Barry Brown 250.365.9363

Charming Home

Christina Lake Easy Life!

Casual Comfort!

Prime Castlegar Commercial

SOLD By Lorene





Barry B Brown 250.365.9363

Barry B Brown 250.365.9363

Lorene M Macgregor 250-304-3101

Barry B Brown 250.365.9363

Just Like New

Thrums Treasure

Mobile Home in Adult Park

South End Classic





Barry B Brown 250.365.9363

Lorene M MacGregor G 250.304.3101

Barry B Brown 250.365.9363

Lorene M MacGregor G 250.304.3101

Downtown Winlaw

Solid Starter Home

This Home is for Everyone

Kootenay River View!

SOLD $243,000




Eric Schneider h id 250.226.7970

Lorene M MacGregor G 250.304.3101

Lorene M Macgregor 250.304.3101

Lorene M Macgregor 250.304.3101

Stunning Rossland Condo

Shangri-La in Slocan Valley

Blueberry Beauty

Off-Grid Paradise!

$189,900 Barry B Brown 250.365.9363

$409,000 Eric Schneider h id 250.226.7970

• Tower Ridge Lot with View $139,500 • .65 Acres with View in Genelle $67,500 • 6.5 Acres Riverfront $245,000 • Forest & MeadowSOLD Wonderland $157,900 • 7.56 View Acres $119,900 • Building Lot in City $36,000 • Slocan 1.5 Acre Level Lot $89,900 • 17 Acres in Castlegar SOLD$88,0000

$228,900 Lorene M MacGregor G 250.304.3101

$249,900 Eric Schneider h id 250.226.7970 250.365.6767 ώ 1.877.965.6767

Thursday, April 5, 2012 Real Estate Focus


Spring into Action! 549,000 REDUCED






417 Hampton Gray Place

Prime lake view 1.11 acres at 17mi. Northshore area. Kootenay Lake access, golf & hot springs nearby. Community water & septic.





#202 909 Radio Ave Amber Bay lake view condos. 1 bdrm + den/ 2 bath, elite upgrades. Full length covered deck, Quick possession.

6804 Grandview Drive

Home warranty insured 4 BDRM/3 BA 3 yr. old home 1.28 acres. Ski tour on “Rails-totrails” off your own back yard. $



MLS# K200371








Parcel B 1600 Block Robertson Ave.

4331 Poplar Rd One-owner modern 3000+sf home, 4 bdrm/ 3 bath, attached/detached garages. 0.83acre, central to Nelson + Castlegar






Untouched .27 acre in city. Single & Twofamily Residential Zone.



MLS# K206985



3516 Highway 3A

Full service, ready to build Kootenay Lake waterfront lot “in Nelson”

Lot 8 805 Sproat Drive

4330 Poplar Ridge Road Cozy re-modeled 3 BDRM/2BA ranch style. Useable .97 acre with fenced garden and shed.




MLS# K205714


Attractive, easy access Kootenay Lake building lot with 193 ft waterfront and modest cabin.





995,000 REDUCED


2 Acres Highway 31A Easy access property between Kaslo & New Denver, ideal for recreation use.



MLS# K201334


6566 Littlewood Rd

336 Johnstone Rd

3 BDRM/2BA beach house, plus detached shop/studio, on private treed Kootenay Lake lot. $$$ Reduced. SELLER MOTIVATED.

4 BDRM/2BA Kootenay Lake home with 100ft. sandy beach. 2 garages accomodate multi-vehicles.




MLS# K210863





3402 Highway 3A Sprawling 4 BDRM/2.5BA rancher on Kootenay Lake, with grandchild friendly 500ft sandy beach.

204 Stewart Street, Rosebery



494 Johnstone Rd


410 Fifth Street


4 BDRM/3BA lakefront home, plus workshop & RV site. South-facing city viewscape.


Great value 5BD/3.5BA modern home in fairview, includes 1 BD suite

408 Behnsen Street 2BDRM/2BA, 1153 SF townhouse in lower Fairview, convenient to shopping & park

1117 Hall Mines Rd Affordable 2 BDRM/2BA home with family room addition. Close to city centre.


MLS# K191772

4275 Woodbury Village Point Prime waterfront acre on Kootenay Lake. Furnished log home & guest cottage, plus detached garage.




Duplex with 51’ x 43’ garage / shop. 1.72 acres between Slocan Lake & “Rails to Trails” parkland.


9-1220 MIll Street Tastefully updated 3 BDRM/3BA Level access, best views, spacious room sizes.




23-1220 Mill Street 3 BDRM/3BA bright Nelson townhome in convenient locale of lake view Braderwoods Estate.

8815 Meadow St, Balfour Desirable 3 BDRM/2 BA lakeview home, with pool, greenhouse & detached 28’ x 26’ garage.







MLS# K211507

2822 Lower Six Mile Rd

2250 Highway 6

1623 Falls Street

1500 Block - Crease Ave

home. Quality & originality throughout

Eco-friendly 3 BDRM/2BA rancher. 21 acres of ultimate privacy.

5485 sf space/ 150 ft x 120 ft lot P3 zone

Rare development 1.3 acres in Nelson. Residential neighbourhood with schools, recreation & transit services.

Ted & Carol Ryan

250-352-3858 • 1-800-559-2322 Coldwell Banker Rosling Real Estate 593 Baker St, Nelson, BC V1L 4J1



Settle in for the summer

MLS# K210902

6142 Highway 3A 10.7 acres on Kootenay Lake. 3 separate title properties. 344ft beachfront with cove.

Real Estate Focus Thursday, April 5, 2012


TOWNHOMES COMING SOON Individual Unit - 900 sqft includes 1 bedroom, den and single garage Extended Unit - 1200 sqft includes 2 bedrooms, den and double garage Pre-register online to receive updates and pricing for townhomes.

Beautiful Lakeview Lots

Fully Serviced LotTrBuilding SchemFr#each AccesTrCommercial Marina rRegistered & ready to start building rSizes range from ½ acre to one acre rLot prices start at $128,800 includes HST

rSouth facing view lots r"ccess to private beach rNinutes to Balfour Golf Course r)PNFand Lot packages available

115 Lakeview Drive, Nelson, BC

Lots Available

Phase 2: 12 lots 2 1 lot left Phase 3: 10 lots 9 lots 8 lots left

HomFrCell: 250-354-8167



Sunny Bonnington Exceptional quality 3BD, & Den family home with mountain views on .59 acres with a well planned, tiered, low maintenance yard with ďŹ re pit and play ground. Brand new composite deck partially covered with custom wrought iron railings, perfect for BBQâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and entertaining, double car garage with workshop, extra parking for the boat and ďŹ fth wheel. Close to Bonnington Park, soccer pitch, baseball, bike trails, and school bus.

Offered at $435,900

Turn Key Recreation 1.08 acres of ďŹ&#x201A;at land that was once an orchard with sunny exposure in Boswell. 3 minutes from the public boat launch with 4 RV hook ups! Ready for a family reunion!


Live in Nelsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Banana Belt! Lower Fairview 3 Bdr, home with HW ďŹ&#x201A;oors, new deck off the kitchen, mud room, double garage plus basement development potential. Lakeside Park, Rails to Trails, schools, groceries, downtown, are all within walking distance.

Treed Building Lot 1.37 Acre lot in Slocan with services at the lot line, great road access and mountain views ready for your vision. Fishing/boating, hiking, back-country skiing, snowmobiling nearby. Excellent site for a cabin get away! Easy access between Revelstoke and Nelson


Offered at $329,000

RHC Realty

Each ofÂżce independently owned and operated

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Property Management Services Owners and Prospective Tenants Call

250-442-2711 Toll free: 1-800-567-3199 Website:

Ken Dodds

NEW PRICE! Very motivated seller needs more space, so call your realtor to view and make your offer. Nice spot in rural park with some restrictions. Only $23,000. MLS# K210365

ADULT COMMUNITY LIVING. 925 sq. ft. Modular home in just like new condition. 2 BR, ensuite plus main bath, Walk in closet, central air and much more. Priced to sell. $135,000 MLS# K206271

EASY LIVING IN THIS VERY AFFORDABLE CONDO! Newly updated, two BR & sundeck. No age restrictions, some pets allowed. Walk to town! Make your appt. to view today! $129,900. MLS# K204850

ENJOY A VIEW OF CHRISTINA LAKE from this 3 BR, 3 BA, 2,800 sq. ft. energy efficient home on .61 acre. Open floor plan, oak floors, large ensuite. $399,000. MLS# K211255

from this .5 acre view lot in Prestigious Copper Ridge Estates. Lot is situated for great south + western views and beautiful sunsets. Great price! $85,000 MLS#K211523

WIDE OPEN SPACES privacy and magnificent views are the attractions of this 24.71 acre package. Build here and enjoy life! Only minutes from Grand Forks, west of town. $174,900. MLS# K203676

CHRISTINA LAKE WATERFRONT HOME! Custom built to fit 2 families, plus shop! 5 BR, 5 BA and 90 feet of beach front! 1,478,000. MLS# K210827


LARGE, 3 LEVEL SPLIT HOME in quiet cul de sac at Greenwood! 4 BD, big master with 2 large walk-in closets, spacious family room with a wood stove & an enormous eat-in country kitchen, formal dining room. Needs some paint and ready to move in. $129,000. MLS# K211688

LOCATION! LOCATION! This 2700 sq ft family home is on a quiet cul-du-sac, within walking distance to town. Open concept living space, full rec room, 4 BR, new appliances, new roof & flooring, covered deck & fenced yard. Move in ready & priced to sell! $329,000. MLS# K205509 Call your realtor today for an appt. to view.


PRICED TO SELL nice manufactured home with 2BR, 2 BA, vaulted ceilings, cement driveway, covered deck and a storage shed in a central location. $100,000. MLS# K211525

OWN A HOME AND LAND for less than renting. Call your Realtor to view! $79,000. MLS# K211606

COUNTRY LIVING on 1.16 acres. 4 BR, 3 BA home, large yard, 30’X26’ industrial steel building w/200 amp service. Fruit/nut trees. $299,000. MLS# K211743

PRICED BELOW ASSESSED VALUE!!! 2006 rancher bungalow w/full basement, 1600 sq. ft. per floor, 3 BR, 2 BA, .84 acre all fenced, some fruit trees. $279,000. MLS# K211445

LOOKING FOR YOUR PIECE OF PARADISE? Then come and view this unique home on over 52 acres. It even has its own pond with a dock. Goldfish included. $349,000. MLS# K211220

GORGEOUS HOME! 5 BR 3 BA executive style offers Open Concept living, dining & kitchen. Rounded corners crown moulding, tile and hardwood floors. $384,900. MLS# K211583

Linda Laktin 250-442-3099

Barry Poppenheim 250-449-8276

Harry Davy 250-442-0466

Wayne Greenhalgh 250-442-9090

Cindy Anthony 250-442-7379

Deanna Thompson 250-442-7971

Terry Mooney 250-442-6777

Pete Vanjoff 250-442-7415

Brian Thate 250-442-7370

Ken Dodds


Linda Gray


Pat Ballard


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250-551-8877 • • • • • • • •

2150 & 2260 sq ft Main Floors Walkout Basement with in-Floor Heating Hardwood, Granite, Tile Stainless Steel Appliances 9’ & 10’ Ceilings Gorgeous 5 piece Ensuites Breathtaking Lake Views National New Home Warranty

$848,777 includes net HST RHC Realty 601 Baker St., Nelson Each office is independently owned and operated


Gayle Holmes


Aaron Anthony


Gary Smith 250-443-1256


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For Detailed information or to feature your home in this publication please call me directly or visit


Mountainview Realty Ltd. 1695 Columbia Ave. Castlegar, BC



South Castlegar 1590 Grandview Dr. K206869


North Castlegar 543 7th Ave. K210867

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593 Baker Street, Nelson, BC V1L 4J1

W.250.352.3581 F.250.352.5102


2.03 acre building lot in Blewett. Drilled well, flat and sloped areas with great views the River.



MLS #K200731


Designer unit. Cherry kitchen cabinets, quartz counters, bamboo floors. HST incl. in price.



MLS #K205797

# 406 909 RADIO AV

Top level unit with 3 sundecks and lake view. 2 bdrm / 2 bath condo. Hardwood floors with A/C.


$559,900 North Castlegar 750 7th Ave. K206720


Nikita J. Malloff, AScT Realtor Century 21 Mountainview Realty Ltd.

Direct (250) 365-9440 email:

Layla Precious Arcuri 250-354-3369





MLS #K206719

MLS #K195479


4.8 private acres in “Shutty Bench” with views of Kootenay Lake & Purcell Mnts.


Rare opportunity! 4.8 acres of agricultural land in Shutty Bench. Impressive 40 GPM well.




MLS #K202107

MLS #K3900190



Designer unit. Cherry kitchen cabinets. Loft, laundry, walk in closet, HST incl. in price.




MLS #K205137

MLS #K200735


Fairview 2 bdrm / 1 bath home with large deck and rec room. Overlooks Kootenay Lake.




MLS #K205823


Development oppertunity in downtown Nelson. 3 liquor licenses


Uber Chic 50’s 3 bdrm bungalow. 0.34 acres that are perfect for gardening. New wood stove.




MLS #K206758

MLS #K211718

MLS #K205536

3 storey home with views of Kokanee Glacier. Duplex style attached only by the garage.


Heritage home, 5 bdrm/ 3 bath. Grand living room, fireplace, and French doors.





Ootichenia 969 Edgewater Pl.

Kevin Arcuri 250-354-2958



North Castlegar 402 7th Ave.

home is worth?

Please contact me for a no obligation Market Evaluation!

MLS #K206957

Fairview 601 201st Ave. K210490

Do you know what your I DO!




Custom built 4 bdrm/ 3 bath family home with wine fridge. Hot tub, walk in closets and 3 bay garage.


Designer unit. Cherry kitchen cabinets, quartz counters, and HST incl. in price. Gas fireplace.



MLS #K201627


2 story, 3 bdrm, 3 bath home. Large sundeck with open concept kitchen/dining room.



MLS #K206660


21 waterfront acres with two barns, organic gardens, and large main home. 3 duplexes incl.

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In the heart of Grand Forks


Show Home Now Open NO FEES EVER! You own the land! You own the home!



Make your appointment to see our show homes Call Brian Thate 250-442-7370 Homes may differ from illustration

Real Estate Focus Thursday, April 5, 2012


Only the best. I work for you. MORTGAGE HELPER!



SOLD $419,000.00 GREAT HOME


One of the nicest units in popular Braderwood Estates with newer carpet, new stainless steel appliances, larger garage, 2 plus beds, 3 full baths and over 1700 sq ft with a view ! Move right in !

Nelson Daily News building now available for lease. Choose from 1095, 1820, 1084 or 1260 sq ft. Other options include smaller office space with reception and a separate 4000 sq ft area. Contact Paul at 250-551-2714 for details.



0.237 ACRE

$309,000.00 ea. $329,000.00 ea. DUPLEX FOR SALE 3 bed, 2 bath, 5 appliances and view of the Lake! Sale price includes HST. Two units available !


Gorgeous contemporary home in great location with a stunning view of the lake ! Over 2400 sq ft, garage, private yard, 3 beds , 4 bath with huge master, 2 fps, oak floors, ceramic tile, garage, cobblestone driveway and much more !

Friendly service However, doing business with local stores and professionals is more about quality of service. They are often more available and won’t hesitate to come to your home to find the product or design Consult local professionals when decorating your home; you’ll love their availability and the quality of service they provide.


Incredible panoramic views from any level of your new home that you build on this sloped 80’x156’ lot on Trevor Street. Close to walking trails & mins. to downtown. Services to property line. Build your own design or use the bldg. plans already created by the owner.


that’s perfect for you. Many decorators even offer to lend their clients an item, such as carpets or pictures, so they can try them before making a final choice.



Personalized advice Because the quality of their service is what makes or breaks the reputation of these merchants, local businesses make an extra effort to be aware of your needs while staying attentive to the latest trends.



For sale on 6 plus acres with two homes, RV parking,storage, outbuildings, 3000 sq ft kennel and client list.

593 Baker Street, Nelson, BC V1L 4J1

Something else to remember: Buying local also means you can avoid crowded stores in large urban centres!

SYLVIA STEVENS Cell 250-354-8185 Office 250-352-3581




Whether you need a designer or an interior decorator; blinds or wallpaper; you need only open your eyes to realize that these services and retailers are available locally. Local merchants ensure that you won’t lose any time driving long distances and spending money on gas. Saving time and money are great reasons to stay close to home!



Stay local when redecorating With Christmas fast approaching, many people feel the need to redecorate their homes as though they wanted to start the New Year in a new décor. However, where to start? By heading straight to your local merchants where you’ll find everything you need just two minute’s drive from where you live.


4 bed, 3 bath, 2 kitchens, 2 fireplaces and over 3400 sq ft of living space in this solid family home.

This 3 bdrm., 4 bath home is on 5.77 acres. The property will also appeal to the horsey types that could develop the gently sloped acreage to suit their needs. Property is private and well treed. Septic has been recently upgraded. (12-101) MLS #K211285



This is a total turn-key operation. Price includes all of the furnishings, equipment, 2 hair salon stations, massage and full esthetic and inventory of a line of products that are exclusive to the spa. Established clientele and staffed ready to go. One of the owners is a certified esthetician and will remain on for a smooth transition or as a part-time staff. This spa is totally dialed and renovated as a first class business. (12-42) MLS #K4100058



Charming chalet located minutes south of Salmo on .59 acre. Features include vaulted ceilings, 3 bdrms., 2 bathrooms, 3 sources of heat. Affordable living in a newer home that is priced well below the assessed value for a quick sale. (12-97) MLS #K211192

593 Baker Street, Nelson, BC V1L 4J1


Your Hometown Realtor Contact me for details!

MLS #k204577


This is a perfect STARTER, RETIREMENT OR REVENUE investment home

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A few tips for painting rooms in your home $469,900


Incredible brand new 4 bdrm; 3 bath home with high end level of finishes from the acrylic, timber frame exterior to the granite, hardwood and custom kitchen inside! Elevated ceilings, open stair case and incredible FP!

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH Bungalow with new plumbing and bathroom in 2009; new roof in 2011! This great package offers a carport and sits on a 60x107’ lot in sunny Robson!

MLS #K206072

MLS #K211165




$179,900 Are you looking for a tidy sized yard with single garage and carport? This fabulous bungalow offers 3 bdrms; laundry and brand new bath on the main! There’s a great deck and low maintenance acrylic exterior!

This stylishly renovated bungalow sits in a convenient central location! It offers 3 bdrms and 1 bath on the main with a brand new kitchen! The renovated basement can be fully utilized as family space or converted to an in-law suite! So many options.

MLS #K210433

MLS #K206295

CUSTOM HOME ready to go!

IMPRESSIVE $70K detached shop!

$539,900 Custom designed and finished home is located on .83 of an acre in sunny Ootichenia! Offers a 2 bdrm in-law suite and a detached 2 car garage! This character home w/ desirable modem floor plan and a combination of stunning finishes to include both traditional and modem! Room to park all the toys!

$539,900 This elegant, traditional, custom crafted home is a classy statement! From the 3 levels of living w/ a custom detached shop that is every man’s dream! The home offers 3 bdrms and 3 baths to include 2 updated baths! Hardwood floors; a custom, hand carved mantle FB with brick chase in the vaulted living room with fir ceiling! Additional parking!

A better way TO BUILD 2732 732 St. Paul St. Rossland dB BC • 1795 sq.ft. sq.ft ft. • 3 Bed • 2 Bath • Comp Completely pletely y renovated with master suite w wit ith h ma mast ster er ssui uite te MLS # K211284

Do you feel that painting is a tedious chore to avoid, best left for those years when you are moving into an empty apartment or house? Yet, freshening up the rooms in your home is the greatest way to do a quick and inexpensive revamp of your décor. You might feel more prepared to take on the task if you know a few tricks and tips that will keep you singing while you work. The most important thing to remember before starting a paint job is to be well organized. Cover the floor with plastic sheets, wear old clothes, and have all the necessary tools on hand. Quality brushes for precision work and rollers for large surfaces are essential right from the start. PREPARING THE SURFACE A thorough preparation of the surface to be painted is absolutely necessary. If it’s unpainted drywall, the surface must be dusted, and walls covered in latex paint must be washed. If the walls were previously painted with oil-based paints, they will have to be sanded and any dust removed. A primer should be applied to wallpaper, glass, fabric, drywall, or woodwork, which will facilitate the application of your coloured paint and provide better coverage. If necessary, use joint compound to fill any holes and cracks or to level an uneven wall. Use painter’s tape to cover any fixtures, mouldings, or other surfaces that you don’t want splattered or edged with paint.

PAINTING When it’s time to start the actual painting, begin with the corners of the walls and ceilings. In order to get an even look, use both vertical and horizontal brush strokes. Once all the corners have been covered, use a roller to spread the paint from bottom to top, taking care not to remove paint already applied to the wall. Continue in this way, overlapping the part already painted. When painting doors, start with the mouldings before progressing to the door panels. EDGES If you are doing a whole room, start with the ceiling. This way, drips will not fall and spoil new paint on the walls. When painting the edge of a ceiling, you can also paint the top of the wall in order to completely cover the junction between the two surfaces. This will help you when the time comes to paint the top of the wall. A straight, clean edge requires a lot of skill and a steady hand that can only be learned with practice. It helps to use a good quality brush with bristles cut at an angle. If you aren’t putting fresh paint on the ceiling, use painter’s tape along all ceiling edges before starting on the walls. By following these few suggestions you can be sure of one thing: the job will turn out to be a lot easier and a lot more fun than you’d expected!


A House Sold Name Since 1976

Sunningdale School



2464 464 64 Third Th T d Ave. Rossland ossland BC •2305 sq.ft. • 3 Bed • 1 Bath • Renovated Kitchen • Bath~Main Bath Ba th~M th Mai ain in Fl Floo loorr Floor MLS # K207146



Rossland BC | 250-362-5552

16,946 square foot building on .53 acres in a prime Trail residential neighbourhood. Closed in 2000, but well maintained inside and systems in good working order. Fantastic potential location for seniors housing, daycare, learning centre, church, academy or private school. Being sold “as is, where is”. Call today!

For all of our listings, visit our website at Wayne - Ext. 25


Keith - Ext. 30

RE/MAX ALL PRO REALTY • 1148 Bay Avenue Trail, BC

Real Estate Focus Thursday, April 5, 2012

Waterfront Fixer Upper

Oustanding Value

Fairview Charmer

LAKEFRONT COTTAGE IN AINSWORTH. Located directly across the highway from Ainsworth Hot Springs, this 3 bdrm, 2 bath, fixer-upper waterfront home sits elegantly above the water and has a rocky beach that, with a little work, could be an absolute gem. Bring your ideas and your tools as this is ideal for a handy man. $249,000 Custom built 4 bedroom 5 bath home with 4200 sqft of living space, 3 finished levels provide the ideal family environment. Situated on .77 acres just 8 minutes from Nelson this property also offers a huge garage with finished studio and bathroom above. $799,000

Location, Location, Location. This 2 bedroom home is just blocks to Safeway, 7-11, schools, parks, the mall and downtown. Located in lower Fairview this 60x120 lot offers a great buy for first timer or downsizers. A must see. $279,900


Riverfront Options


Centrally Located Starter


New Affordable Housing



Waterfront Vision


Panoramic River View

This recently refurbished log home offers approximately 8 acres of flat pasture in Harrop/Proctor. This 5 bedroom, 2 bath home has several upgrades. Start your own hobby farm or just simply relax in the country. Stunning views of the countryside, Kootenay Lake and mountains.

New Home


Imagine 317 Feet of River frontage on the Slocan River. This meticulously maintained manufactured home was built in 2001 and sits on 5.78 acres. Some great features include: 28 x 30 garage/workshop with woodstove, and riverside gazebo for entertaining.


Located halfway between Castlegar and Nelson is this completely renovated 1,332 sq ft, 3 bedroom, 2 bath situated on a private semi treed .69acre lot. Some other great features include: attached and insulated shop, double carport, new hardiboard siding, new roof, covered patio and much more.

$219,400 Your chance to own a new home in the city of nelson with over 1500 sqft of living space on 2 levels. All appliances are incl with these 2-3 bedroom units that offer 2 full bathrooms, cork flooring, custom kitchen cabinets and built in entertainment centre. HST is included to qualified buyers. Don’t miss out on these affordable units. Your choice of 3 units.

great building lots:

8.56 acre parcel in the heart of Vallican, steps from the Little Slocan River with mountain and river views. Services to the property boundary $82,900 12 acre parcel with multiple building sites located above Robson is ideal for off grid living. Creek flows through the property. $94,900 Two level building lots with city services in a great neighbourhood, owner will build your dream home -$123,500 each plus HST 1 acre lot just minutes from Kaslo, paved road, community water and septic Three 11 acre+ parcels perched above Robson, 10 mins to Castlegar, zoned AG4

$99,000 each

Here is a great opportunity to purchase a beautiful waterfront .18 acre building lot just steps from Gray Creek. The lot offers 58 feet of frontage and is west facing. This waterfront property has mixed mature trees that can be thinned out to improve your view. Ideal site to build your dream home or summer getaway. $250,000 Just 8 minutes from Nelson and you get to enjoy a panoramic view of the Kootenay River. A 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom, custom built home offers 2 bedroom inlaw suite, sundeck, infloor heat and too much to list. $599,950

Upgraded Villa


Bring Your Kids


Golf Course Living


Established B&B

Court Order



A River Runs Around It

NEW PRICE Make your first purchase a nice one. This is a new 2012 14x66 manufactured home with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, vaulted ceiling, open living plan situated in a park 6 miles from town just 1 block from a public beach access.


From $269,900


This is an unparalleled Victorian that boasts over 4,300 sq ft over 4 floors, includes a grand entrance with empire staircase, formal dinning room and salon, a library, a full suite of servants quarters with separate staircases, 5 original fireplaces, 6 rooms with bed or guest room potential, all on one of the city’s largest lower-hill lots. $749,000



The Ultimate Hobby Farm


Offered for the first time, is this beautifully upgraded 1,644 sq ft, 3 bed, 2 and a half bath corner unit situated over 3 levels of living area. Some very attractive features include: Vaulted ceilings, stainless steel appliances, granite counters, A/C, slate floors and more.


Here’s a super solid family home in lower Fairview on large, sun drenched 75’ X 120’ lot with great little mother-in-law suite in the basement. There’s 2,600 sq ft of living space over three floors, level yard, sundeck, garage/ workshop and walking distance to all ammenities.

$425,000 Chalet lifestyle in Nelson couldn’t be better. Enjoy this well built quality unit on the golf course that offers 2-3 bedrooms with a loft and over 1600sqft of living space with an open design main floor and vaulted ceiling with hardwood, tile and carpet flooring. Rosemont park is right at your doorstep offering 20 acres of privacy and playground.

Affordable Investment

Lake and City Views!

Custom Home

Balfour Getaway


Kootenay Living


Contact Us:

3017sqft or 2678 sqft lease spaces at $14/sqft per annum, plus triple net in a professional building in downtown Nelson

Come check out this 1,184 sq ft tastefully finished 2 bed, 1 bath home that sits on 8.8 acres and boasts well over 700ft of riverfront in Winlaw. This is perfect property for the ultimate recreationalist or someone just wanting the relaxed life with lot of space to play. $405,000

Affordable package available for those wanting to start a home business in the Balfour area. A tidy 3 bedroom 1 bath mobile and insulated 24’x24’ shop are included with this 24’ x 40’ garage with 14’ doors.


Residence and Income


Great location in the Village of Salmo. 3 lots in the Village limits, each lot is 42x120 ft with bonus 2 bdrm home and detached garage that comes with it. This home is ready for those looking for a renovation project or those with carpentry skills looking for a starter home. $117,000


$317,900 20 acre mountain getaway above ainsworth and Loon Lake. Offers multiple build sites and year round creek. $89,900 - SOLD Fantastic lakeview lot in rural dev just minutes from Balfour. Fully serviced,south exposure and lake access. $137,900 10 acres of sunny Proctor land for hobby farm or development with lake and mtn views and 2 water licenses. $319,000 Waterfront lot on the east shore by Crawford Bay offers 58 ft of waterfront. Accretion proposed. $219,000

Perched overlooking the lake, just 10 minutes from Nelson, this home boasts 8 BDRMS & 6 BATHS, a gourmet kitchen, multiple wood-burning fireplaces, a 3.4 acre grounds with gardens, forests, creeks and waterfalls. There’s an attached 1 BDRM guest cottage, a complete caretaker suite, a commercial hot tub, and too much more to describe. Detailed packages avail for qualified buyers. $849,900


This well built quality home offers an open main floor living space with a gourmet kitchen, wood burning F/P, exposed timbers concrete countertops, tile and hardwood floors and more. Great family home with 4 bedrms, 4 bathrms, 3500 sq ft of living space, only minutes to the heart of the city and fully landscaped.

$625,000 Here’s a home that’s charming, functional, affordable and completely non-traditional. Effectively a 2-3 bedroom home, it boasts an ample sized enclosed bedroom on the main floor, plus a large loft area, divided into 2 bedroom-style spaces by a clever, free-standing closet.

$224,900 Located right in the hub of Meadow Creek, this7 acre property offers a 2 bedroom 2 bath 1993 mobile home in good condition with attached deck and surrounded by cedars, a pad rental income from a portable cabin that is tenant owned, a 42’x21’ 4 bay carport/storage building and a 25’x50’ single garage with insulated workshop. A lot of value for a little price. $260,000 This unique opportunity to move into this 2 bedroom 2 bath home at the back of the property and either run the Drifter’s Pub and Restaurant or lease each out and enjoy the rental income. The 2 bedroom mobile is a 1992 with bedrooms at each end and living area in the middle and an expanded living space through the sliding glass doors to the huge covered and screened porch that offers a sunken hot tub.


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CHECK OUT THESE GREAT LISTINGS 3244 Hwy. 6, Slocan Park $389,000 / 1400 sq.ft. 2 bedrooms / 1 bath

4331 Poplar Ridge Road $413,900 / 3170 sq.ft. 4 bedrooms / 3 baths

1424 Cedar Street $460,000 / 3177 sq.ft. 5 bedrooms / 3 baths

320 Beasley Street $343,000 / 1930 sq.ft. 4 bedrooms / 2 baths

1215 Robertson Avenue $284,900 / 1463 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms / 2 baths

Bill Lander 250-551-5652

Ted & Carol Ryan 1-800-559-2322

Bill Lander 250-551-5652

Bill Lander 250-551-5652

Chris Noakes 250-354-7689

4330 Poplar Ridge Road $249,000 / 1210 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms / 2 baths

14425 Hwy. 3A, Crawford Bay $770,000 / 2935 sq.ft. 3+bdrms./ 2 baths

7641 Holt Road $450,000 / 3842 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms / 4 baths

#4 – 1004 Davies Street $239,900 / 864 sq.ft. 2 bedrooms / 1 bath

6142 Highway 3A $1,349,000 / 10.72 acres 3 separate titles

Ted & Carol Ryan 1-800-559-2322

Chris Noakes 250-354-7689

Sylvia Stevens 250-354-8185

David Leakey 250-505-2887

Ted Ryan 1-800-559-2322

Lot 1 Walkers Landing Road $595,000 / 1.4 acres 250’ pristine shoreline

Lot 7 Walkers Landing Road $359,000 / .59 acre 115’ shoreline

402 6th St., New Denver $199,000 8000 sq.ft. of retail space

1500 Blk. Crease Avenue $194,000 / 1.3 acre Flat parcel

Chris Noakes 250-354-7689

Chris Noakes 250-354-7689

Bill Lander 250-551-5652

Ted Ryan 1-800-559-2322

West Wilson Creek Road $229,000 / 115.57 acres Off-grid playground Bill Lander 250-551-5652

Lot 2 Innes Street $119,000 / .132 acre 45’x128’ building lot

4335 Slocan River Road $360,000 / 1348 sq.ft. Home & acreage

1055 Riondel Road $795,000 / 10 acres Premium waterfront acreage

524 Delbruck Street $349,000 / 2302 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms / 2 baths

13511 Highway 3A $639,000 / 1096 sq.ft. East Shore waterfront home

Bill Lander 250-551-5652

Bill Lander 250-551-5652

Chris Noakes 250-354-7689

Doug Stewart 250-354-9262

Chris Noakes 250-354-7689

Draper Rd., Crawford Bay $99,000 / 3.83 acres Fully treed

5620 Our Rd., Winlaw $238,800 / 980 sq.ft. 2 bedrooms / 2 baths

9775 Hwy. 6, Salmo $179,000 / 1450 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms / 2 baths

423 W. Richards Street $189,900 / 1320 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms / 1 1/2 baths

David Leakey 250-505-2887

6624 Highway 3A $575,000 / 3646 sq.ft. 3-4 bdrms. / 3 1/2 baths

Bill Lander 250-551-5652

Jeff Sheloff 250-226-7058

Sylvia Stevens 250-354-8185

13546 Mtn. Shores Rd., Boswell $340,000 / 1960 sq.ft 3 bedrooms / 2 1/2 baths Chris Noakes 250-354-7689

3516 Hwy. 3A $469,000 / 1375 sq.ft. 193’ lakefront

2450 Perrier Lane $380,000 / 2869 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms / 3 baths

#404 – 807 Radio Ave. $389,000 / 1140 sq.ft. 2 bedrooms / 2 baths

#709 A&B Radio Ave. $309,000 EA. / 1237 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms / 2 baths

Ted & Carol Ryan 1-800-559-2322

Kevin Arcuri 250-354-2958

Jane Sinclair 250-551-2010

Paul Lamoureux 250-551-2714

Hollie Wallace 250-354-7567

#202 – 909 Radio Avenue $339,000 / 1066 sq.ft. 1 bdrm. & den / 2 baths

133 Kootenay Lake Rd. Procter $875,000 / 1950 sq.ft. Waterfront home

267 Kootenay Lake Rd. Procter $995,000 / 1516 sq.ft. Waterfront home

#4 – 702 4th Street $312,900 / 958 sq.ft. 1 bedroom & loft / 2 baths

#2 – 1004 Davies Street $249,900 /960 sq.ft. 2 bedrooms / 1 bath

Ted & Carol Ryan 1-800-559-2322

Eroca Ryon 250-505-9815

Eroca Ryon 250-505-9815

Kevin Arcuri 250-354-2958

Bob Brusven 250-354-7594


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April 05, 2012 edition of the West Kootenay Advertiser