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NDP candidate supports gift of Lot 4616 Submitted learned that the provincial governBy Norm Macdonald, NDP candi- ment has been less than cooperative date in the public interest. Columbia River-Revelstoke “It’s an important issue in Invermere and one that clearly demonNew Democrat candidate Norm strates the lack of local representation Macdonald supports the interests of on the provincial level. The MLA local residents and the municipality must champion her constituents’ benin a public parkland proposal for Lot efit or explain why not,” Mr. Macdon4616. ald commented. In Invermere this week, Mr. MacNorm Macdonald believes that donald said he heard an earful about the job of an MLA is to help run inthe issue. terference with the provincial govern“Residents, and very appropri- ment in Victoria when the interests of ately, District of Invermere council, local people and the interests of govshare the belief that the best use for ernment agencies like Land and Water lot 4616 bordering CastleRock subdi- B.C. diverge. vision is as community park space and “Your MLA needs to acknowledge for recreation, both historic uses.” says the importance of this issue, step up to Mr. Macdonald. the plate and play for the home team In conversations with Mayor or give you a good reason for sitting Mark Shmigelsky, Mr. Macdonald on the bench,” he says.
MLA says it’s not in her power to give Lot 4616 By Wendy McMahon, MLA Columbia River-Revelstoke The local NDP candidate is once again campaigning on half-truths. He seems to think that as a Cabinet Minister and MLA I should be able to command provincial agencies like Land and Water B.C. to turn over Crown land. Perhaps he needs reminding that we live in British Columbia, not Colombia. It is certainly not in the overall public interest for provincial politicians to have this kind of personal power. Land and Water B.C. is charged with the responsibility to manage and market Crown land. This agency is expected to ensure that the public interests, both local and provincial, are considered when decisions are made. As a former mayor, the local NDP candidate is no doubt aware of the stringent processes and procedures
Land and Water B.C. has for obtaining public input prior to making decisions and for assuring that Crown land is disposed in a fiscally responsible manner. As the MLA for the area, I have facilitated the District of Invermere accessing the process for gaining District Lot 4616 bordering CastleRock subdivision as a park. At the present time, I understand that the entire parcel of District Lot 4616 is not available for a Free Crown Grant, but that Land and Water B.C. is committed to working with the District to examine other alternatives. As a resident of the area, I share the vision of local citizens for a healthy community, free from urban sprawl. I will continue to assist the District in working with Land and Water B.C. and oppose any sale of the property while the parties are seeking a mutually acceptable solution.
Sports Equipment Swap Fundraiser for DTSS School Athletics
Friday, April 22nd; 3 - 7 p.m.
Drop off sports equipment in the gym to sell From snowshoes, to golf clubs, boats to fishing rods, sports clothing to skateboards $2.00 service fee to drop off equipment 10% - 20% commission to DTSS on each item sold
Saturday, April 23rd; 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Sports Equipment Sale
Everyone is invited to view and buy Saturday, April 23rd; 2 - 4 p.m.
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NOTES FROM THE PIONEER
April 15, 2005
• We received a call from a Saskatchewan visitor the other day following our editorial on the decline of rural communities there. “We don’t understand why anyone would complain about people who contribute so much to your town,” he said. “If you don’t want the Albertans, please send them our way!” • One of our readers sent us a photograph of “Chesney,” a character in the popular British television program Coronation Street. She’s convinced that the child actor who plays Chesney is a dead ringer for Naomi Zehnder, who was pictured on the front page of The Pioneer last week. We agree there is a resemblance, but Naomi is much prettier! • The Pyrenees/Siberian Husky pup who was photographed with Naomi was adopted as soon as the paper came out. But he has one sibling who is still up for grabs. As well, the Invermere Veterinary Hospital also has a gray and white kitten named Squirt and an adult gray long-haired cat who need homes. • It appears we fooled a lot of people by our underwater creature article on April Fool’s Day. We hear one woman even went down to the beach with her camera in hopes of capturing a shot of the elusive beast. Next year our readers may be less trusting. • One helpful lady who works at the post office swears that tucking Downy fabric softener sheets among your flower beds will keep the deer away. • Guido Hochheiden, owner of the Lakeside Pub, wants to clarify that there is NO cash kept on the premises, after the attempted robbery at his business last week. And he wants everyone to know that he has a double alarm system. If the first alarm is disabled, the backup system kicks in immediately. Both alarms are monitored and connected to the police. So break-and-enter artists had better stay clear of the Lakeside unless they want to go straight to jail. • In our photograph last week of the Devil Girls Midget Hockey Team last week we accidentally omitted the name of Cydnie Rice. Sorry, Cydnie! • We also reversed the name of a contributor last week. We printed an article about Bighorn Sheep submitted by “Roy Dimple” only to find later that the writer was a female named “Dimple Roy.” Again, our apologies to Dimple. • Kids, we want a photograph of the first crocus. If you find one, give us a call at 341-6299 and we’ll come and take your photograph. But don’t pick them - we want to preserve those precious blossoms right where they are!
Kay Allan of Invermere and MLA Wendy McMahon visit the furnished show suite in the new complex.
Columbia Garden Village still has some vacancies By Elinor Florence Pioneer Staff Excitement is mounting among seniors who are packing up a lifetime’s worth of belongings and leaving their homes to move into the new senior apartment complex next to the Invermere hospital. “I’ve started packing all the things I can’t take with me,” said, Kay Allan of Invermere, aged 91. Moving from a three-bedroom house with a full basement to a two-bedroom apartment will mean leaving a lot of furniture behind. But her daughter and son-in-law, Helen and Jerry Kohorst, will help her get organized. Mrs. Allan said she’s looking forward to getting settled. She has an apartment on the southwest corner of the top floor, with a view in three directions. And she won’t have to climb stairs since the new building has an elevator. But moving is the hard part, seniors agree. “I’m dreading the effort of having to move,” says Connie Wah, 87, who lives alone in a condominium adjacent to the new building. “I packed all my books and then decided to go through them again and I still couldn’t bear to throw any of them away.” But she says her daughter Glenda Wah will help her move and one of her sons will outfit her new apartment with extra shelving.
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And she’s looking forward to a more social lifestyle. “It will be nice to have more people around, have somebody to talk to during the day,” she says. Seniors who are tired of spending too much time alone are looking forward to being able to visit their friends and eat dinner together every night. “I’m really tired of wondering what to make for dinner,” says Mrs. Wah. “I’m happy to let somebody else do that for a change.” Staff will even deliver your meal to your room if you’d rather watch television while you eat. And for those who are weary of housework, there is another plus: someone will clean your apartment every week and do your laundry if you wish. And finally, seniors can feel comfortable about their own health and safety since there are staff on call 24 hours a day for anyone experiencing health problems. Eight suites are available for people who need “assisted living.” That’s the term used for people who need a little extra help each day but who still want their independence and aren’t yet ready to go into a nursing home like Columbia House. Interior Health funded the creation of these eight apartments in Columbia Garden Village. The new building has 63 suites and there are still several available, says Kyla Lillejord of Cranbrook. For more information call (250) 489-0667.
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NEWS Building code violators better beware By Elinor Florence Pioneer Staff The town of Invermere has decided to put some bite behind its building regulations. At last week’s meeting they voted unanimously to use provisions under provincial law to allow them to place a notice against a land title if the owner has contravened building regulations. There have been incidents where builders have proceeded without permits and continued building without inspections. Such actions constitute a public safety concern, council was told by the Chief Administrative Officer Patrick Robins. “There are always some people who don’t play by the rules,” said Mayor Mark Shmigelsky, especially in light of the recent rush of development in town. He said this is not an unusual step to take among other municipalities in the province, and The Regional District of East Kootenay has often filed notices against properties that don’t comply with their requirements. “In the past we have been very soft and forgiving but we can’t afford to do
that any more. It’s a safety issue, and if anything goes wrong the community is liable.” He said this will help the building inspector perform his duties. “Our building inspector has done a tremendous job and most builders are respectful of him,” he said. The other councillors agreed wholeheartedly to go ahead with enforcement of the provisions. “We have to use whatever tools we have at our disposal to prevent cheating,” said Bob Campsall. “The 95 percent of people who comply shouldn’t be punished,” said Brian McLaughlin, who asked that builders in contravention of the bylaws also be made responsible for whatever administrative costs are incurred. Registration of notices on title are subject to an additional Land Title Fee of about $20. Once a notice has been filed it is on record both at the Land Titles Office and the Municipal Office. Gerry Taft said hopefully it won’t come down to that. “With this threat now being available, perhaps people will be encouraged to comply,” he said.
Athalmer roadwork gets unexpected cash By Pioneer Staff The town of Invermere has received an unexpected $332,500 grant from the province for upgrading a treacherous portion of road through Athalmer. The town asked the province on several occasions to assume more responsibility for the road, especially in light of the increasing amount of traffic to Panorama. Last November MLA Wendy McMahon and Minister of Transport Jack Benetto attended a meeting of town council when the issue was raised again and the province was asked to help the town upgrade that portion of the road.
Last week the MLA presented the town with an unexpected cheque. Town officials said they were pleased to receive the cash but don’t know yet what work is required pending a traffic study that won’t be concluded until August. The most dangerous spots on the road are the turnoff at the top of the hill next to the museum, and the Scurve at the bottom of the hill that has a couple of tight corners. Straightening out the S-curve would involve buying land and moving a couple of buildings - which could prove costly, according to mayor Mark Shmigelsky. “Obviously we’re happy to get whatever help we can,” he said.
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Crisanna Macleod, Eileen Tegart and Mia Ciona show lots of enthusiasm for this year’s Relay for Life campaign that opened last week.
Relay for Life campaign kicks off at Copper Point
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and Stroke Foundation states if present trends continue, children growing up in North America are at risk of The Canadian Cancer Society is being the first generation in modern asking the provincial government to memory to have a shorter life expeccommit to creating healthy school tancy than their parents. environments. Eating well, keeping The local School District No. 6’s active and staying at a healthy body formation of a Nutrition Policy Workweight can prevent 30 percent of all ing Group to develop a district-wide cancers. school food and nutrition policy, as We are asking for mandatory well as David Thompson Secondary physical education for Grades 11 and School’s recent decision to remove 12, increased physical activity in all snack food vending machines from grades, the banning of smoking pits the school, are examples of such inion school grounds and healthy nutri- tiatives. tional options in vending machines. Canadian Cancer Society staff and As the provincial election approaches, volunteers will be meeting and questhe Canadian Cancer Society urges tioning candidates about their posiyou to get involved. tion on cancer prevention in an effort About 70 percent of obese youth to raise awareness. will become obese adults, putting them Join us and make healthy living at increased risk for chronic diseases, an election issue by asking your canincluding some forms of cancer. didate what steps he or she will take to A recent report from the Heart encourage a healthy future. Submitted by the Canadian Cancer Society
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raised for cancer research, and this year the goal is $60,000. That goal was off to a good start last week, since almost $10,000 was raised at the kickoff through corporate donations and a silent and live auction of rounds of golf donated by many of the valley golf courses. The evening wine and cheese party was hosted by Copper Point.
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A large, enthusiastic crowd turned out to the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life kick-off at Copper Point Golf Course last week. Bleed: 1"; 1"; 1"; 3" Scale: 100% Station: plane Now heading into its fourth year, the relay urges teams of people to walk around the high school track all night in exchange for sponsorships. Every year the event gets bigger and better. Last year $48,000 was
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April 15, 2005
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Setetkwa for the relaxed golfer By Michelle Taylor Pioneer Staff From pre-school to old school, the Setetkwa Golf Course is a fun place to play a quick nine holes. It may even be one of the most relaxing rounds you will ever play. Players do not have to book tee times - just pay and play. People come out and relax on the grass or sit at picnic tables while they wait for their turn. Setetkwa in Shuswap means â€œby the river,â€? which is aptly put, as the Columbia River flows west and the Stoddart Creek runs just south of the course. The course is located about five kilometres south of Radium, just off Stoddart Creek Road. There is also a self contained RV Park that opens in May with water, sewer and 30-amp power hook-ups for 12 stalls. Owner Xavier Eugene, better known as â€œOx,â€? began building the course with his family in 1988 and opened its doors in 1992. â€œPeople ask us countless times how we could af-
ford to build a golf course. I tell them our family paid for it through blood, sweat and tears,â€? Ox says. The construction of the course was certainly a family project as Oxâ€™s wife Marg, their six children and five grandchildren designed and developed the course. The original clubhouse was a teepee. â€œWhen that wore out we built an official clubhouse with a licensed concession stand,â€? Ox said. The course is short and walkerfriendly as it stretches over 1,700 yards. It takes about 60 to 90 minutes to play which makes it an ideal training ground for new golfers and children just learning the game. â€œWe love to see families with the little tykes coming out to play,â€? Ox says. People truly hooked on the game can appreciate Setetkwaâ€™s long season. If there is no snow on the course, players are allowed to come out any time of year. â€œWe usually get golfers show up every month,â€? Ox says. This year the course opened March 1st.
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April 15, 2005
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Xavier (“Ox”) Eugene stands beside a historic log cabin situated on the Setetkwa Golf Course. ber two tee box is one of the first log cabins ever built in the valley. “That’s why we have never torn it down,” Ox said. He is hoping to get it restored and made into a heritage site. Tournament reservations can be made at the Setetkwa Golf Course. “We have baseball clubs, hockey clubs, Home Hardware, the Kinsmen club and other groups that book tournaments throughout the summer,” Ox says. For information contact Setetkwa Golf Course at 347-9401 or email email@example.com.
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Before the property was transformed into a golf course, Mr. Eugene hobby-farmed the area. “Once we sold all our calf stock we had to do something with the land,” said Ox. The family considered a campground but after talking to other campground owners about conflicts, squabbles and rowdiness that can occur he decided a golf course would be a better choice. Although the course was built just 13 years ago, one historical site is well over a century old. According to Ox the log cabin that sits just east of the num-
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PROPOSED FOREST STEWARDSHIP PLAN Canadian Forest Products Ltd., Radium Hot Springs (Canfor) is advertising for public review its proposed Forest Stewardship Plan (FSP) prepared under the Forest and Range Practices Act. Canfor has timber harvesting rights in the Invermere Timber Supply Area within the Rocky Mountain Forest District that extends from Radium Hot Springs east to the Alberta border, west to the height of the Purcell Mountains, south to Canal Flats and north to Parson. The proposed FSP shows the location of Forest Development Units for the next 5 years. The plan specifies results or strategies that are consistent with: • objectives set by government in the Kootenay Boundary Higher Level Plan, and • objectives prescribed by the Forest and Range Practices Act or otherwise established by government. The FSP also specifies measures for preventing the introduction or spread of invasive plants and mitigating the loss of natural range barriers. Finally, the FSP specifies the regeneration date, free growing height and stocking standards necessary to actively establish and reforest harvested areas. The FSP is available for public review and written comment at:
Canfor Woodlands Office Radium Plaza building, 7585 Main St. West, Radium Hot Springs, BC. Persons may review the FSP during regular business hours:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, from March 23, 2005 to May 23, 2005. A licensee representative will be available to discuss the proposed plans and receive comments. If you are unable to review the proposed plan during these times, arrangements can be made with Canfor to view the plan at a mutually agreeable time.
Written comments about the plan must be submitted by mail or in person by May 23, 2005 to:
Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Box 39, 7585 Main St. West, Radium Hot Springs, BC V0A 1M0 Darren Tamelin, RPF, Planning Forster Email: Darren.Tamelin@canfor.com Phone: 347-6407 Fax: 347-9211
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Marketing course boosts businesses
Sports swap for the school David Thompson Secondary School will hold a Sports Equipment Swap sale on Saturday, April 23 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. In the past, part of the sales from the vending machines were used to support extracurricular programs such as sports and band. However, for health reasons the machines have been removed and the school must
raise money from other events. Please drop off any type of used sports equipment and clothing from skis to bikes at the school on April 22nd from 3 to 7p.m. Set a price for each item and the sport swap committee will sell it for a $2 fee and collect a 20-per-cent commission. For more info call Joanne Bragg or Barry Tremblay at 342-9213.
Brunch is back in The Greenery! Sunday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
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Raising the level of your business’s performance is the focus of a marketing program being offered at the College of the Rockies during April and May. “Marketing is the gas in our car and sometimes we’re too busy keeping the car on the road to remember that we need to keep it up to speed,” says college administrator Marilyn Petersen. • Dynamic motivational speaker and marketing strategist Janey Cruise will lead the way on May 10th with a full-day workshop on “branding” your business and finding the right position in the marketplace. Ms. Cruise, who has expertise in private economic development and the special challenges facing British Columbia, helped to prepare the province’s successful bid for the 2010 Olympics. • Barry Casson of the Victoria Motion Picture School will host a workshop on bringing the motion picture industry to your community. He will explain techniques for attracting interest from film companies – a method that has been used successfully in places such as Revelstoke. His Film Production Workshop will explain how to create a promotional video.
• Tourism Media Relations, led by Judi Lees of Tourism B.C., will help you attract radio, television and print reporters to cover your tourism business. “It’s free advertising,” says Mrs. Petersen, “but here in the East Kootenays we sometimes get overlooked. We need to start attracting some attention in the travel media.” • Special Events Management is for volunteers and professionals who organize events ranging from business conferences to arts festivals. This 28-hour program, which is available on line, will provide information on managing the hundreds of details that will make your event a well-run success. • A Bigger Bang for Your Buck will be taught by Greg Ringness, creative director of Rocky Mountain Media in Cranbrook. The course will explain how to get the best value for your advertising and promotional expenditures. • The Art of Window Display taught by valley newcomer Cristina Borgogelli will teach you how to display the merchandise in your shop’s windows to attract customers inside. The total package of marketing courses is $699 but individual courses are also available. For information on dates and rates, call 342-3210.
Sunday & Monday Great Food & Drink Specials Tequila Tuesdays - 2 tacos $2.95 Pizza Nite - Every Wednesday Any Large Pizza for Medium Price Thirsty Thursdays - Wings & Jugs Fish and Chips Fridays D.J. Will “C” Spins Tunes all Weekend Long
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Local man on his way to the top of Everest ball Icefall to camp one. This icefall is considered the most Today, Dan dangerous secGriffith of Invertion of the enmere should be tire expedition. at base camp preClimbers paring to summit have reached Mount Everest. camp two when Mr. Griffith they get to has joined an exthe face of the pedition team out world’s fourth of New Zealand tallest mouncalled Adventain - Lhotse at ture Consultants. 21,300 feet. Three of the seven Using ropes climbers on the anchored to the team are CanadiLhotse face, ans. they climb up The group started to camp three which is “Climbing Mount Everest has their journey from the a small ridge at 24,500 small town of Lukla in been a dream since 1974 when Dan feet. eastern Nepal on April From there they aswas first introduced to climbing at 4th. cend another 500 meters The group was sched- Yoho National Park. Since then he to camp four at 26,000 uled to arrive today at has wanted to climb everything in feet. base camp, with an eleva- sight,” It is at this point tion of 17,000 feet. The where climbers enter the - Deb Griffith. death zone, which is rehike to base camp is done slowly so climbers can acferred to altitudes above climatize to the higher elevations. 8,000 meters or 26,250 feet. Oxygen at this level The safest time of the year to climb Mount Ever- is so low that human life cannot survive for any est is in April and May before the summer monsoon extended period. Nobody can acclimatize and the season. result is the deterioration of body functions, coma Once at base camp, climbers generally stay for and ultimately death. about two weeks. Throughout the trek climbers will Without oxygen, climbers have a limited time travel to four camp locations, which serve as resting to summit before they must descend. If the weather places before reaching the peak. is not clear and calm many individuals have to reDan and his wife Deb were first introduced to turn as far as base camp before they can try again. rock climbing when they lived in Field over thirty From camp four, climbers begin the summit years ago. push around midnight and aim to reach “The Bal“Climbing Mount Everest has been a dream cony” at 27,700 feet to rest. And if the death zone since 1974 when Dan was first introduced to climb- weren’t daunting enough, mountaineers now enter ing at Yoho National Park. Since then he has wanted the ultimate avalanche area, which is the number to climb everything in sight,” says Deb Griffith. one killer of climbers on this mountain. Mount Everest is located between Nepal and As climbers make their way through massive Tibet. There are two main passageways to the sum- rock steps, with snowbanks up to their hips, they mit, although mountaineers have climbed it from must then face the Cornice Traverse, which is the most sides. The southeast route through Nepal is most exposed part of the trek. One misstep could the more widely-used passage and the second trek is result in a fall almost 2.5 kilometres. through Tibet by way of the west ridge. The last obstacle to encounter is known as the Dan attempted to summit Mount Everest in “Hillary Step” which is a rock wall named after Ed1986 with the Everest Light Canadian Team. The mund Hillary, the first man to climb Mount Everest team took the west ridge route through China, and on May 29th, 1953. two people reached the summit. One of them was After the wall of rock, it is a nice short stroll to the Canadian Sharon Wood, the first North American top of the world. People who reach the summit have female to ever reach the top. about 30 minutes in their glory before dusk, altitude “Had the weather not changed for the worst, sickness or bad weather sets in. the entire team may have summitted that day,” Deb For people who want to follow their day-by-day said. journey by dispatch, just log on to www.adventureDan Griffith has been a mountain guide for over consultants.co.nz/AdventureInternational/Everest. 25 years. He has reached many summits in Canada, One man who will be watching is Don Steedman, South Africa, Switzerland, Mexico and Australia. who is employed by Peacock Designs. He gave Mr. The climb to the top of Everest is a slow, ardu- Griffith a flag from Peacock before he left. “He told ous procedure: me he would get his photograph taken on the top of From base camp the team must scale the Khum- Everest with the Peacock flag,” Mr. Steedman said. By Michelle Taylor Pioneer Staff
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Invermere Ofﬁce: 250-342-6505
Wende Brash 342-1300
Bernie Raven 342-7415
Daniel Zurgilgen 342-1612
Ed English 342-1194
Jan Klimek 342-1195
John McCarthy Lynda Kirkpatrick 342-1758 341-1907
Unique design and quality ﬁnishing throughout. The list goes on with features like hardwood ﬂoors, vaulted ceilings, open design with an abundance of natural light, gorgeous interior decorating, family room and attached double garage. Breathtaking mountains views from the two decks and a large private treed lot. MLS#108716
Here is Your Chance
...To own a large level mountain view lot. This lot is one of the last left in the heart of Invermere. Close proximity to all levels of schools and just a short stroll to downtown. No building commitment or building scheme. Take your time to pick and build the perfect home or cottage. MLS#109597
Scott Wallace 342-5309
Andy Smith 342-1709
Looking for prime property in a spectacular setting? Then consider the stunning Invermere Valley.
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Roger Askey 342-1295
This Terra Vista unit has been completely renovated from top to bottom. Offering 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, open design, tile ﬂoors, oak detailing, large sundeck and quiet location. Close to the one and only SAND HILL, beach, boat launch and marina. Now is the time to act and you could be in for this summer. MLS#108413
Looking for a Peaceful Setting
Spectacular lakefront home with breathtaking mountains and lake views. Enjoy spacious living with over 2500 sq.ft. in the open design. In ﬂoor heat, vaulted pine ceiling, dining room, den and family room are just a few features the list goes on. Itʼs a whole new lifestyle. MLS#108695
This lot located at Sunvalley Place in Radium Hot Springs has it all! Partially treed and bordering on the Springs Golf Course, this lot is ready to be developed. Enjoy the great views of the Purcell Mountains! Build your vacation retreat or full-time residence here! MLS#NEW
Get in the market in Invermere now! This pleasant 3 bedroom home is located on a large lot (60X180) with ample privacy in the backyard. Within close proximity to all schools and a short distance to the downtown amenities. Complete with hardwood ﬂoors and storage shed. Act now this one will not last long! MLS#NEW
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Spur Valley Luxury
Brand new home over 1200 sq ft on the main ﬂoor. 2 bathrooms, 2 bedrooms and large kitchen, full unﬁnished basement with roughed in bathroom. Gated community! Mountain views and close to all of Radiumʼs amenities. Great for ﬁrst time home owner or investment property. MLS#108773
Surrounded by artisans, this Windermere property has the potential for commercial, residential and recreational uses. Located on a large lot, enjoy a big new deck with lake and mountain views, separate entrance to a full basement, double garage with poured slab. MLS#105712
Mountain views, tranquility and location. This spacious, newer home with all your needs has loads of room for the family and relatives. On almost half an acre, this 5 BR home is close to many outdoor amenities, yet off the main trafﬁc area. Enjoy the large garage to store all the toys. MLS#107205
The Perfect Cabin at Panorama Resort
This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom cabin with a loft is in immaculate condition! The mountain views are stunning and yes, walking distance to the lifts. This cottage has the charm and a warm feel from the minute you enter. Cozy wood ﬁreplace in the living room, and large storage shed for all your sports gear. MLS#109573
You Won’t Be Disappointed
This thoughtfully planned and designed home is located in Fairmont Hot Springs. The property boasts an open design with beautiful detailing throughout and truly captures the Mountain setting. Great views, underground sprinklers fully landscaped with decks and patio that compliment the bright and cheerful interior which has excellent natural light. MLS#109428