Nelson Star, June 3, 2021

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Nelson Star

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(250)-354-4089 HOME PLUS 6 PLEX

BUBBY Meet Bubby, a lovely 8-year-old black Norwegian Forest cat who is jealous for your loving attention. Bubby is quite the cuddle bug at night and would sleep on your face if he could. He is prone to getting hair mats, so will need regular brushing. As an indoor-outdoor cat in his previous home, he reall likes going l g ng out o and a is i c rrentl ntl harness h ne training. t ning. He H is i a ting a d nt i fos

Wayne Germaine




Teacher Tony Beutel and his Grade 8 students at St. Joseph School. Photo: Submitted

Learning about compassion and Indigenous peoples at St. Joseph School Submitted by St. Joseph School

How can I make connections with Indigenous peoples and their cultures? That was May’s theme question for the Grade 8 class at St. Joseph School. All month, students engaged with stories and concepts of what it means to be Indigenous in Canada. Students studied the history of the local First Nations with the help of local author Eileen Delehanty

Pearkes. They investigated artifacts at Touchstones Museum, and they Zoomed with Manitoba Métis Federation Minister Will Goodon. The whole school got to feel the resonance of the community drum they made with their own hands, and with help of local Métis member Chris Yates. To culminate their learning, and to make the process of reconciliation an ongoing effort, students added their hopes and ideas to a card of compassion.

Robert Goertz


Quality patient care requires the right tools for the job in any given situation, and your donation will help purchase a Transport Ventilator to help patients who are unable to breathe, or are having trouble breathing on their own. This critical equipment, which will be used for adult, pediatric and infant patients, will allow our frontline medical staff to manage airways and mechanical ventilation until a transport team arrives to move the patient to a higher level of care.

3 View Street • Nelson • 250.354.9515 •

INVESTMENT ALERT! Meet Laverne, a sociable 4-year-old smokey tabby, who came into our care with her sister Shirley when their owners could not find pet friendly housing. They are a bonded pair. Laverne is the gregarious calm love -bug. She would love a home where she can lounge around with her people and sister. Her beautiful long fur coat needs regular grooming, which she loves. In her previous home she was allowed outside.

Lev Zaytsoff


Lot A: $240,000 +GST Lot B: $210,000 +GST

One of 2 new lots centrally located in between Nelson and Castlegar. These lots offer multiple building sites, no zoning, and mountain views. If you have been looking for a holding property or an acreage to build on, your search is over. This sale is conditional upon subdivision approval.


SHIRLEY M t ,a y d y , o e w th h sis L ne whe the o ne s int o c oul not fi ie hou The are a bonded b de pair, could find pet ffriendly housing. They with Shirley dependent on Laverne for comfort. Though more reserved than Laverne, Shirley still loves attention and pets once she feels comfortable. Shirley’s magnificent silken fur coat needs regular upkeep. Fortunately, she loves being groomed. She was an indoor- outdoor cat.

Sarah Rilkoff



Just over half an acre of land above Ainsworth Hot Springs. Flat easy access, power nearby, current water licence, and history of an unused septic system.

BIG PRICE REDUCTION! • 250.352.7178 520 C Falls Street Nelson (Above SHARE Nelson) Open Tues - Sat.: 12:00 - 5:00pm


Tory Zaytsoff


Your donation to the Breath of Spring campaign will help your loved ones breathe easy this spring! Thank you for your support.

Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation


This is the most affordable home in Nelson! An updated 3 bed/2 bath townhome in a non-strata complex. It has had significant updates over the last few years so there is nothing left to do. The detached garage is insulated and has potential for further development. Rentals and pets are both permitted.



Breathe Easy at Kootenay Lake Hospital

Fantastic opportunity to own a very nice 4 bedroom, 2 bath home plus 6 garden apartments all on over a halfacre of riverfront property in Salmo right across from the elementary school and walking distance to downtown. The home has a fenced backyard offering privacy. There is a pond, firepit, garden beds, blueberries, strawberries, and apple and plum trees. 3 separate sheds to store all your toys and tools. The 6 garden apartments consist of a 2 bedroom and five 1 bedrooms and are always rented.

$349,000 OPEN MONDAY – SATURDAY 250-352-2999 | 616 Railway St, Nelson | Follow us on

142 acres in the Slocan Valley within 30 minutes of Nelson and Castlegar. This large acreage has a multitude of attributes that give it tremendous potential for long term development. There is legal access to 4-5 private acres with approx. 1600 feet of frontage along the Slocan River. The majority of the land is on the North side of the highway. There is legal access from the highway and an easement over the adjacent lot for access to a large upper bench. This property has been logged (around 25 acres) but plenty of harvestable sections still remain. Call your agent today.

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