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Happy

Canada Day!

DIRECTORY

Page 7

June 29, 2020

Summer

Markets

Pages 8 & 9

Nelson Chamber

See Page 3

Christine Albo

250-512-7653

Mario Berno

250-368-1027

HOME TO HARDWORKING AGENTS

Joy Demelo

250-368-1960

Keith DeWitt

250-231-8187

Wayne DeWitt

250-368-1617

Thea Hanson

250-231-1661

Nathan Kotyk

250-231-9484

Denise Marchi

250-368-1112

Jack McConnachie

250-231-5222

Sarah Patershuk

250-512-8079

Jake Swanson

250-231-6412

Katie Yuris

250-231-4427

1252 Bay Ave, Trail, BC

1990D Columbia Avenue, Rossland, BC

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Frisbees • Flying Toys • Aerobies• Rainy Day Activities

Our great selection of THE BEST

TOYS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

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Sunday - Closed

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1/2 4.7” Page x 6.75” ODD or 11.94cm Ad x 17.15cm

4.7” x 6.75” or 11.94cm x 17.15cm

New Recycling

Program Coming

to the RDCK!

We are moving to a new program in partnership with Recycle

We

BC,

are

a non-profit

moving to organization

new program

responsible

in partnership

for

with

residential

Recycle

BC,

packaging non-profit

and printed

organization

paper recycling

responsible

throughout

for

BC.

residential

Depot

packaging

launch dates

and

will

printed

be announced

paper recycling

as they

throughout

are confirmed.

BC. Depot

launch dates will be announced as they are confirmed.

Temporary closures are expected during the transition. Please

Temporary

visit our website

closures

for

are

program

expected

updates

during

before

the transition.

visiting a depot:

Please

www.rdck.ca/recycling.

visit our website for program updates before visiting depot:

www.rdck.ca/recycling.

What does this mean for you?

What


does

Sorting

this mean

recyclables

for you?

will be required (please pre-sort at


home).

Sorting recyclables will be required (please pre-sort at

home).

Main categories include:

Main

o Paper

categories

and Fibres

include:

(cardboard, box board)

o

Metal

Paper and

and

Fibres

Plastic

(cardboard,

containers

box board)

o

Others

Metal and

(film

Plastic

plastics,

containers

styrofoam, etc.)

New

o Others

hours of

(film

operation

plastics,

at

styrofoam,

most recycling

etc.)

depots


Educators

New hours

will

of operation

be on-site

at most

during

recycling

open hours

depots

to assist


residents

Educators

with

will

the

be

changes

on-site during open hours to assist

Residential

residents with

Packaging

the changes

and Printed Paper only will be


accepted

Residential Packaging and Printed Paper only will be

Commercial

accepted

cardboard accepted at Ootischenia, Crescent


Valley,

Commercial

New

cardboard

Denver,

accepted

Nakusp,

at

Nelson

Ootischenia,

(Lakeside)

Crescent

and

Creston

Valley, New

(Helen

Denver,

Street) depots

Nakusp, Nelson (Lakeside) and

Creston (Helen Street) depots

RDCK Environmental Services Department

RDCK Phone: Environmental (250) 352-8161 Services / Toll Free: Department 1-800-268-7325

Email: Phone: wastedept@rdck.bc.ca

(250) 352-8161 / Toll Free: 1-800-268-7325

Email: Web: www.rdck.ca/recycling

wastedept@rdck.bc.ca

Web: www.rdck.ca/recycling

BLOWOUT!

40% OFF!

Select

Styles

Heavy rainfalls

affect Trail

roadways

City crews and equipment have

been deployed throughout the City of

Trail to clean up after last week’s heavy

wind and rainfall. The Public Works

crew appreciates everyone’s patience

as they work through the areas that

have been impacted. The city has identified

the following areas for clean up.

Fallen trees in West Trail

Localized flooding due to clogging

of catch basin grates (cleared)

Sand and gravel on roadways

Alley flooding in East Trail

Washouts in West Trail, mainly on

Munter and Topping Street

City crews are also preparing for

more rain that is currently in the

short term forecast. We encourage you

to contact us if you come across any

other areas that may require attention.

Please call 250-364-0840 or email

publicworks@trail.ca.

Next Pennywise Publication Date: Monday, July 12

Ad Deadline Wednesday, July 8 at 3 pm 1-800-663-4619

CLASSIFIED INDEX:

Animals/Pets ............................................................................................14

Automotive ...............................................................................................14

Boats/Watercraft ......................................................................................15

Building Supplies .......................................................................................4

Bulletin Board .............................................................................................2

Classes/Workshops ..................................................................................14

Computer Sales/Service ............................................................................4

Contractors/Trades .....................................................................................5

Employment Wanted ..................................................................................5

Firewood .....................................................................................................4

Free for Free ...............................................................................................5

Gardening/Landscaping ...........................................................................11

General Services ......................................................................................10

Health/Personal Care ...............................................................................11

Help Wanted ...............................................................................................5

Hiring ..........................................................................................................5

Lost & Found ............................................................................................14

Markets/Fairs ..............................................................................................4

Merchandise ...............................................................................................4

Merchandise Wanted .................................................................................5

Motorcycles/ATVs/Snowmobiles ..............................................................14

Music Equipment/Service ..........................................................................4

Notices .....................................................................................................14

Personals ..................................................................................................14

Real Estate ...............................................................................................15

Real Estate Agents ...................................................................................15

Rentals .....................................................................................................15

Rentals Wanted .......................................................................................15

RVs/Campers ...........................................................................................15

Thank you .................................................................................................14

Tools ...........................................................................................................4

Vacation Rentals .......................................................................................15

Obituary

Soren Trotman ..........................................................................................11

Jack Greenlaw ..........................................................................................11

Puzzles ......................................................................................................6

Karma Halleran

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Kaslo Area - Ainsworth

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250-353-2602

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250-352-6261

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and the Central Kootenay Farm & Food Directory

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*PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY FROM

WILDFIRE* Build a custom strategy to maximize

the value of your property while protecting

it from the increasing threat of wildfires.

Book a free assessment with Loki Tree Service

online at www.lokitree.com or call 250-

353-2405.

12-MILE STORAGE: LOCKERS, BOX-

ES, MOVING SUPPLIES & “LEVEL 4”

HIGH-SECURITY SHREDDER. The area’s

only fully-staffed facility, 7 days/wk...

the largest & most experienced too! www.12milestorage.com,

250-825-9666.

AA KASLO: Call 250-7737 or 250-353-3427

for information and links to online Zoom

meetings. We may be able to help.

ACUPUNCTURE & TRADITIONAL

CHINESE MEDICINE & Chiropractic Care.

Head 2 Toe Holistic Health Clinic, 276 Columbia

Ave, Castlegar. Call 250-304-8700 or

book online www.head2toecastlegar.ca

AFFORDABLE & SECURE HOUSEHOLD

STORAGE CONTAINERS: 20´ & 40´ units,

for sale or rent. Kootenay Containers, Castlegar.

250-365-3014.

The Largest Collection of LOCAL ONLINE

CLASSIFIEDS IS at www.pennywiseads.

com

BERNINA SALE! Looking for a new sewing

machine to keep you busy and happy? Nelson

Stitch Lab is your local BERNINA dealer!

BERNINA is having a big sale Sale May 20-

July 5. Visit our website or stop by our shop

for more information. Nelsonstitchlab.com.

Nelson Stitch Lab, 505 Baker St, Nelson.

250-505-2835.

BIBLE STUDY: A study of The King James

Version Bible from Genesis to Revelation;

chapter by chapter, verse by verse, making

sure the Bible is understood in completeness.

For more information please contact

Don at 778-877-0579.

BOIL WATER NOTICE for Fletcher Creek

Improvement District water users. Please inform

all renters & guests. FCID has a moratorium

on all connections until further notice.

Visit www.fletchercreekwater.com

BOOKKEEPING BY LOUISE: Bookkeeping,

payroll, GST. 250-352-9858, bookkeepingbylouise@shaw.ca

CASH FOR GOLD: We

pay 60% of scrap weight.

Get cash today for your

dental, scrap and gold

jewelry. We also buy gold

or silver coins and old

bills. 721 Front St, Nelson,

250-505-5444.

C H I R O P R A C T O R S

ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS: Dr. Krysha

Pereverzoff & Dr. Nick DiCesare have joined

our team to help us serve you better. Head 2

Toe Holistic Health Clinic, 276 Columbia Ave,

Castlegar. Call 250-304-8700 or book online

www.head2toecastlegar.ca

CONGRATULATIONS PAULINE AND RON-

NIE on your retirement from the Treehouse.

Let the adventure begin! Jeff and Monica,

and the ACE Building Centre staff.

CORNUCOPIA: Fresh Local Produce. Mr.

Mercy’s Mushrooms. Earth Temple Gardens.

Tipiland Organic Produce. Open 9:30am-

5:30pm, Monday-Saturday. 250-353-2594,

Kaslo.

CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING IN SALMO:

Artwork, documents, textiles. Tara Books on

Fourth St. 250-357-0022, www.tarabooks.ca

FIGMENTS IS OPEN TUESDAY THROUGH

SATURDAY, 10am-5:30pm. Come see our

new spring collection of cards and pottery.

www.figmentscanada.com 250-353-2566.

In Truth: The word Hu will spiritualize

you. It’s an ancient name for God. Just sing

Hu every day. Take it to heart and then go

about your daily life. http://eckankarblog.org/

sound-of-soul

ISIS HAS GOT YOU COVERED: Our skin

nourishing exotic Sunbutter with outstanding

UVA & UVB protection is now ready! Plus our

famous Buzz Off to keep those nasty pests

at bay. 2 organic seasonal formulas to keep

you & your family protected. Come on in or

shop with us online. Isis Essentials 582 Ward

St in Nelson. www.isis.ca

NEW! NATHALIE’S PRODUCE offering

FREE home deliveries. New! CSA boxes

available every week. Cherries, blueberries,

raspberries, Redhaven peaches, apricots,

nugget potatoes, pickling cukes. Certifi cate organic,

plus conventional fruits available. Taking

orders now for July crop. 250-509-0373.

PRODUCTION WEEK HOURS: Open

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 10am

- 3pm, Thursday 9-2pm, CLOSED Friday.

PUBLICATION WEEK HOURS: On AN-

SWERING MODE and will respond to your

messages once a day. CLOSED Friday.

250-353-2602, info@pennywiseads.com.

Thank you for your kind acceptence of our

COVID-responses. PW

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We’re still open 7 days a week, regular hours, COVID-19 compliant.

Delivering into your home

Great Deals Great Selection as always!

FURNITURE • MATTRESSES • HOME DECOR

MAJOR APPLIANCES

Come out and see us - We’re looking forward to seeing you!

Keep the sun at bay…in style!

Free installation Free consultation

250-352-3800 • 1-855-681-1123

www.theblindman.ca

Located halfway between

Trail and Castlegar

1790 HomeGoods Rd, Genelle BC

250-693-2227

Check out our website HomeGoodsFurniture.com and see us on Facebook!

Come and see our new

working kitchen

designed by JMK Kitchens

Kitchens & Custom

Woodworking Ltd

Bulletin Board Bulletin Board Bulletin Board Bulletin Board

EMERGENCY COMMUNITY SUPPORT

FUND: CFNKLS is thrilled to announce

that applications are now available for the

Emergency Community Support Fund.

This is a $350 million emergency funding

program from the Government of Canada,

designed to help Canada’s more vulnerable

populations during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The global crisis has left no community untouched,

and it is having a disproportionate

impact on vulnerable Canadians who are

less equipped to deal with its health, social

and economic impacts. The area that

CFNKLS serves has been allocated $8000

in funding. Applications and information on

the Fund are available at:

www.communityfoundations.ca/initiatives/

emergency-communitysupport-fund Applicants

will have

project proposals that support vulnerable

populations that have been affected by

Covid-19, with their physical and mental

health needs. July 27 is the deadline for

distribution of funds, and projects should be

completed by March 31, 2021.

WANT RESULTS FROM YOUR ADVERTIS-

ING? Then you are in the right place. PEN-

NYWISE WORKS! Ask any of the businesses

you see in these pages, week after week!

IN.KL.ONLY—-PREGNANT OR PARENT-

ING A BABY UNDER 6 MONTHS? Kaslo

Mothercare would be happy to hear from

you! Mothercare is a free program, providing

support, information, referrals and resources

to pregnant people and their families. This

includes food vouchers and free prenatal

vitamins, assistance with breastfeeding and

support for any changes you wish to make

while pregnant. Due to the COVID pandemic

our regular face-to-face program will be offered

online for the month of June. After a

summer break, we hope to return to regular

programming in the fall for group activities,

guest speakers, free lunch and more. In the

meantime, expectant parents are invited to

contact Barb Cyr, program coordinator, for

confidential individual support. barbcyr@

nklcss.org or 250-353-7691 extn. 209. Mothercare

is a program of North Kootenay Lake

Community Services Society and is funded

by Public Health Agency of Canada and Interior

Health.

NATHALIE’S PRODUCE: Cherries, blueberries,

raspberries, Redhaven peaches,

apricots, nugget potatoes, pickling cukes.

Certificate organic, plus conventional fruits

available. Taking orders now for July crop.

250-509-0373.

NEED 2020 VISION FOR YOUR HEATING

AND COOLING? Green and clean, we’re

your best decision. Canadian Aerothermal

serving the Kootenays over 12 years.

250-357-2770, or 250-505-8209. curttoni@

noducts.ca

NEED A RIDE? MONDAY-FRIDAY, destination

KELOWNA. Intercity Bus STARTING

JULY 7 www.fritztravels.com

NEW! NATHALIE’S PRODUCE offering

FREE home deliveries. New! CSA boxes

available every week. 250-509-0373.

TAXES, PERSONAL & SMALL BUSI-

NESS, Bookkeeping, GST reports. CRA

litigation Kaslo & Area. Contact Richard

Bayeur, 418-953-9199, Rbayeur@consultantrb.net

www.consultantrb.net

WE ARE A SMALL GROUP THAT GIVES

BIG RESULTS. When sucess is important

to you call us. 1-800-663-4619 or 250-353-

2602 in Kaslo

SAMURAI HARDWOOD FLOORING: 295

Baker St, Nelson. Open Monday-Saturday.

Flooring Sales and Installation. Sanding and

Finishing services. Custom Stairs and Millwork.

Now offering fi nancing. 778-463-5388.

SELKIRK TRUSS can provide all your custom

trusses for your reno or new build. Visit

our website www.selkirktruss.com and get

the answers to many of your questions. Selkirk

Truss, 2894 Sentinel Rd, South Slocan.

250-359-7000.

NEW! NATHALIE’S PRODUCE offering

FREE home deliveries. New! CSA boxes

available every week. Cherries, blueberries,

raspberries, Redhaven peaches, apricots,

nugget potatoes, pickling cukes. Certifi cate

organic, plus conventional fruits available.

Taking orders now for July crop. 250-509-

0373.

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Would your acreage benefit from soil amendment?

Mercer Celgar is looking for landowners with 2 or more acres within 55 km

that would benefit from using their Celgrow soil amendment. Pastures and

hay fields are good options.

Mercer Celgar will cover the costs of a Qualified Professional performing

soil sampling, obtaining government authorization and delivery costs of Celgrow

soil amendment based on access with a large truck/pup combination.

Acreage should be able to accommodate at least 6 truck/pup loads. The two

major components of Celgrow are individual wood fibres lost from the pulping

process and surplus bacteria from the wastewater biological treatment

facility. Wood fibres enhance soil moisture retention and bacteria are a good

source of soil nutrients. The landowner is responsible for spreading and incorporating

Celgrow into their soil.

If interested, please contact Len Hewat

Email: leonard.hewat@mercerint.com • Phone: 250-608-3513

FULLY

ONLINE

OFFICE

ADMINISTRATION

& TECHNOLOGY

New opportunities are yours!

Learn modern skills to make you vital in the

workplace. Choose from Office Assistant or

our new Bookkeeping certificate.

Study online, full or part-time with

instructor-led and supported classes.

Ready to get started in September 2020?

Contact us at hello@selkirk.ca.

selkirk.ca/office-technology

Yes, we are open!

We look forward to seeing you

and helping with all your

painting, garden, animal feed,

electrical, fencing & irrigation needs.

Order ahead and pick up. Email nelfarm@telus.net.

Please include your phone number.

In the store, we will be observing physical distancing; max 8 customers.

Face covering of nose & mouth and sanitization of hands

are mandatory.

Benjamin Moore

paint

Paint supplies

CLOSED

Canada Day!

Open Mon Sat

9 am 5 pm

Nelson Farmers Supply

524 Railway St., Nelson 250-352-5375

Serving the West Kootenay for over 80 years.

Open burning allowed

Effective June 18, 2020, the following amendments have

been made to both Category 2 and Category 3 open burning

prohibitions within the Southeast Fire Centre’s jurisdiction.

Given consideration to weather patterns and time of year,

the BCWS has identified a brief window to temporarily allow

category 2 open burning throughout the entire Southeast Fire

Centre and category 3 open burning to be allowed in specified

areas.

Category 2 open burning will be temporarily allowed

throughout the Southeast Fire Centre’s jurisdiction. Category

2 open burns include:

• one or two concurrently burning piles no larger than two

metres high by three metres wide;

• stubble or grass burning over an area of less than 0.2 hectares

in size;

• the use of fireworks;

• burn barrels and burn cages;

• sky lanterns; and

• exploding binary targets;

Reminders About Category 2 Open Burning:

Anyone planning to conduct category 2 open burning,

should always check the ventilation index, follow the open

burning smoke control regulations and practice safe burning.

Create a fireguard around the planned fire site by clearing

away twigs, grass, leaves and other combustible material.

Have an adequate source of pressurized water on hand. Never

leave a fire unattended and make sure the fire is fully extinguished

with ashes cold to the touch before leaving the area

for any length of time.

BELL

Is there untapped value

in your land?

We buy

cedar poles

LUMBER & POLE

SINCE 1909

Contact us today

to discuss selling

your private timber.

Contact: Sean Fredrickson

250-521-3031

sean.fredrickson@blpole.com

Bell Lumber & Pole Canada, ulc Rossland, BC

More information on category 2 open burn safety: http://

ow.ly/qLxI50A9qTN

Category 3 open burning will be temporarily permitted for

the Arrow, Kootenay Lake, and Columbia fire zones within

the Southeast Fire Centre’s jurisdiction.

Anyone wishing to light a Category 3 open fire must obtain

a burn registration number ahead of time by calling 1 888

797-1717. A burn registration number is not required to light

a Category 2 open fire.

BC Wildfire Service,

Southeast Fire Centre

More locally-raised meat

will be available in the

Kootenays

New Democrat MLA Michelle Mungall says that more people

will have access to locally-raised meat in the Kootenays

thanks to changes made by the province.

The updated Meat Inspection Regulation now allows Class

D licences in Electoral Area D of the Regional District of

Central Kootenay, as well as areas of the Alberni Valley and

the Fraser-Fort George region, and encourages the growing

“farm-to-fork” trend in many BC communities. Class D

licence holders are permitted to conduct the on-farm slaughter

of up to 25 animal units for direct sale to consumers or

retail outlets like restaurants and meat shops in the region

where the meat was slaughtered.

news.gov.bc.ca

Slocan Valley

HOME HARDWARE

NEW SHIPMENT OF

FENCING and

FENCEPOSTS

NEW ARRIVALS

DUAL CHAMBER

SEPTIC TANKS

Tanks of various sizes,

sewer pipe and accessories

PAINT & PAINT SUPPLIES

ELECTRICAL & PLUMBING

We’ve got you covered!

New store hours: 10-4 daily.

Limit of 4 customers in the store

at a time.

Social distancing of 6 feet

is mandatory.

INSULATION

and DRYWALL

Pet Foods & Farm

Animal Feed

Chick starter

Waterers and

Feeders

Garden and

Lawn Care

5763 Hwy 6, Winlaw

250-226-7771,

Open 9-5 daily, Sundays 10-4

Bulletin Board Merchandise Merchandise Merchandise

THE LE ROI COMMUNITY FOUNDATION,

with funding from the Government of Canada’s

Emergency Community Support Fund

and in partnership with Community Foundations

Canada, is please to announce $40,000

in granting opportunities to help with vulnerable

populations affected by COVID-19. The

Le Roi Foundation covers areas including

Rossland, Warfield, Trail, Montrose, Fruitvale

and Areas A&B of the RDKB. Applications are

made through the Community Foundations

Canada web portal. Details and a link to this

web portal are available at the Le Roi Foundation’s

website www.leroifoundation.com

Markets/Fairs

NEW! NATHALIE’S PRODUCE offering

FREE home deliveries. New! CSA boxes

available every week. 250-509-0373.

TARZWELL FARMS: Top grade, locally

grown & naturally raised beef. Grain & grass

fi nished, available year-round. Delivery to

Nelson, Castlegar & Trail available. 250-428-

4316 or fi nd us on Facebook!

Merchandise

‘MONEY HEIST’ DVD: Spanish subtitles,

brand new, $50obo. 778-460-2525.

1996 TACOMA CANOPY, red; used mattresses,

prices negotiable, free delivery. 250-

352-6294.

BLACK WALNUT LIVE EDGE AND BURL

BOWLS, $50-$130/ea. Also Damascus

handmade knives. Call Len, 250-365-3554.

CAR GARAGE FRAME: 12´x20´x8´ w/

six ground anchors, item #37-111-4, brand

new in the box, $100. 250-352-6295.

CONVERT YOUR HOME VIDEOS TO DVD

& digital formats, $10/tape. Jordan in Castlegar,

250-608-3548.

FOR SALE/TRADE: Drolet Spark wood

stove, one season, $400; Goodyear Wrangler

ST tires, P225/75R16, less than 500kms,

$200; Dewalt cordless drill, 20V, never used,

3 batteries, $120. 778-205-4800.

HOUSEHOLD STORAGE: Steel shipping

containers for sale/rent. 20´ & 40´ units. Kootenay

Containers, Castlegar. 250-365-3014.

LARGE WINE RACK: Can be broken down

to smaller ones, holds over 220 bottles,

$75obo. 250-505-2921.

MEN’S JEANS: Levi and Wrangler, sizes

36/32, 38/32, excellent condition. 250-608-

0402.

RED WIGGLER COMPOSTING WORMS:

100 for $15. Phone 250-304-9306.

SALTON COMPACT FREEZER: Works,

$175; Galaxy S4 Cell phone: $135.

250-825-4344.

Building Supplies

CEDAR LUMBER: Fencing, siding, decking,

garden beds, etc. 250-505-4207.

HARROP-PROCTER FOREST PRODUCTS:

Your local source for sustainably harvested

building materials. A wide variety of cedar/fi r

lumber for every project. We also custom cut

to order. Go green by supporting BC’s only

Eco-Certified Community Forest. Check out

our products at http://www.hpcommunityforest.org

Call 250-551-5452 or email sales@hpcommunityforest.org

for a quote. Monday-Friday,

8am-4:30pm & Saturday, 9am-3pm.

Computers/Electronics

CONOR’S COMPUTER REPAIR: Troubleshooting,

network setup, virus and Malware

scans. Castlegar and Nelson housecalls.

Courtesy computer available. 250-608-1583.

HEXA-TEK REPAIR: Computer repairs, upgrades,

maintenance, diagnostics, 406 Baker

Ave, Salmo. 250-357-9271, www.HexaTek.ca

WINLAW FINE COMPUTING..... www.winlawtech.com,

Windows, Apple, Linux. Pat,

250-226-7215.

Firewood

FIR/LARCH FIREWOOD: $300/cord,

COVID measures in place. 250-399-4834.

Musical Instruments

PIANO TUNER AVAILABLE: Professional

service, quality workmanship, repairs, appraisals.

Work guaranteed. Call “Anything

Piano”, 250-354-8872.

Tools

CLARKE 14˝ ABRASIVE CUT-OFF SAW,

w/extra blades, $75obo. 250-367-7104.

HEAVY-DUTY TABLE SAW, $75obo. 250-

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Merchandise Wanted

$$$ COIN COLLECTOR LOOKING TO PUR-

CHASE COLLECTIONS, Accumulations,

Royal Canadian Mint Coins & Sets, Olympic,

Gold and Silver Coins, Paper Currency, etc.

Please call Chad, 250-499-0251, Kootenays.

I’M BUYING COMICS AND SPORTS

CARDS for collection. Call/text Devo, 250-

921-9876, devo247247@gmail.com

OLD BEER/POP SIGNS, wooden/metal

crates, old gas/service station items, old

Coke/pop machines. 250-231-9397.

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Nelson Innovation Centre

wants to showcase local art!

Nelson Innovation Centre (NiC), opening summer 2020,

is a true community hub: a place for tech and tech-enabled

entrepreneurs and businesses to connect with one another

and get the support they need through programming and

referral services to take their businesses to a new level. Help

us bring the space to life!

This is a call-out to West Kootenay artists to apply to have

their art showcased at the Nelson Innovation Centre.

As the first innovation centre of its kind in the West Kootenay,

we want to support local arts & culture first. The intersection

of art and technology is a reminder of the importance

of creativity when making technological advances that unite

communities and drive forth innovation.

Art will be changed quarterly at NiC and a 10% commission

will be charged for any sales of artwork. As a not-for-profit

organization, commission funds will go back into us supporting

the Kootenay tech community.

To apply, please email the NiC Manager, Karen Kornelsen,

at karen@kast.com. Tell us a bit about yourself, where you’re

located and include a link to your portfolio. Existing work that

explores the intersection of art, tech and science is encouraged,

but not required.

The KAST Team

Looking for an alternative to

your home office?

NiC (the Nelson Innovation Centre), is a flexible workhub

located in Nelson’s historic CP Railway Station; it is a place

where people can get work done on their laptops, meet with

clients, network and collaborate on projects. The lounge area

functions as an event space with a high-tech projector, sound

system and more.

NiC features a state-of-the-art boardroom for the delivery

of technology training and workshops, a custom soundproof

private workbooth for video conferencing as well as rentable

office space for tech and tech-enabled companies.

NiC serves tech companies, innovators and professionals in

the West Kootenay, from Nelson to Kaslo, Salmo to the Slocan

Valley and Castlegar to Trail and Rossland. Our community

hub also serves the entire Kootenays with virtual concierge

supports for the 16,000 small businesses across the region.

Managed by the Kootenay Association for Science & Technology

(KAST), NiC is a culmination of years of hard work

by Nelson’s business and technology community. The project

has come to life as a partnership between KAST, the City of

Nelson, Community Futures Central Kootenay, the Nelson &

District Chamber of Commerce, community stakeholders and

local industry.

The KAST Team

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memorabilia, in good condition. John, 250-

368-8986, 250-368-1158.

USED PLEXIGLAS WANTED: Any condition,

will pick up and compensate. 250-777-1448.

WANTED: AIRCAST SHORT WALKER

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FREE 1983 FORD 350 CAMPER VAN:

Good for chicken coop/storage. Must be

towed. 250-355-2612, Slocan.

FREE BASKETBALL STAND: Needs netting.

250-359-6716.

FREE ProForm EXCERCISE BIKE, good

condition; pressure cooker. Phone 250-367-

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FREE, TEN RHODE ISLAND CHICKENS:

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of September. Must have reliable transportation,

cleaning experience and references.

Please email resume to woodburyresort@

netidea.com or call 250-353-7717.

TEACHING POSITION: The Whole School,

a K to Gr. 7 Independent School, is hiring an

elementary teacher for the 2020-21 school

year. Current BCCT certification and a passion

for alternative education required. Experience

in multi-aged classrooms, music,

French, and outdoor education are assets.

Looking for an independent, creative, collaborative

individual with strong team teaching

and communication skills. For further

information contact Principal, Anniah Lang

wholeschoolanniah@gmail.com. Resumes

can be emailed wholeschool@gmail.com or

mailed PO Box 240, Winlaw, BC V0G 2J0.

Closing date, June 30 by 3pm.

Help Wanted

PART TIME POSITION: (Continuous,) reliable

student or semi-retired person w/own

transportation for local yard work and light

equipment maintenance. Average 15-30 hrs/

wk. Send resume & references to: chamroad@shaw.ca

DEB’S HOUSECLEANING: 25+ years experience.

References, 250-352-0018.

Contractors/Trades

*LOKI TREE SERVICE: Certifi ed arborists,

fallers and wildfire experts. Tree removal,

pruning, land-clearing, chipping, burning. No

job too big or small. Call 250-353-2405 or

visit www.lokitree.com

ALL TYPE ROOFING & RENOVATING:

Serving the West Kootenays since 1993.

Roofi ng, Framing, Concrete Work. No corners

cut. Work guaranteed. 250-368-8857.

ALUMINUM RAILINGS AND VINYL DECK-

ING: Free estimates. Call Royal Vinyl Decking

at 250-231-7905 or email royalvinyl@

shaw.ca

AMC PLUMBING AND HEATING: Plumbing,

Heating, Furnaces, Hot Water Tanks,

Gas Fitting, Air Conditioning, Drain Cleaning

and more. 250-608-3240, amcplumbing6@

gmail.com www.amcplumbing.ca

ATR CONSTRUCTION: Residential, Commercial,

Industrial. Framing, foundations,

retaining walls, housing, garages, decks,

finishing, renos. Experienced, Organized,

Professional. Insured and WorkSafe(WCB),

atrcarp@gmail.com, 250-304-5895.

BALFOUR BOBCAT SERVICES: Grading,

driveway repair, site prep, etc. Experienced,

effi cient operator. Free estimates.

250-509-0070.

BOB ESSAUNCE, B.P. ESS. HOLDINGS

LTD: Quality Work on Interior Finishing,

Small Renovations & Repairs. 250-365-9344.

BRENTON INDUSTRIES LTD: Kaslo Excavation

Contractor, Septic & Utility Installations,

Land Clearing & Tree Trimming. Call

Sean, 250-551-4058, www.brentonindustries.

ca

BULLDOG CONCRETE FINISHING: Your

Kootenay Concrete Specialist! Basement/

garage fl oors, patios, driveways, form to fi n-

ish. Organized journeyman. 250-365-5573,

www.bulldogconcretefi nishing.ca

CASCADIA ROOFING 250-354-2999: Reroofi

ng, new installations, repairs. Roof inspections/reports.

Asphalt/fi breglass laminate

shingles, metal roofi ng & cedar shake

conversions. WSBC, Liability coverage.

Quality workmanship guaranteed. Contracting

25 years in the West Kootenays.

CLELAND ROOFING & REPAIRS: 30yrs

experience, 23yrs certifi ed. Certifi ed roofers

are the only way to get your manufacturer’s

warranty, 10yr transferable warranty.

Old-fashioned service. Call 250-367-9380.

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broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve

a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill

each row, column and box. Each number

can appear only once in each row, column

and box. You can fi gure out the order in

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ACROSS

1 It “strikes back”

in a Lucas film

7 Password given to

hotel guests

11 Twitter shares: Abbr.

14 Meagre bit of food

15 Lead-in to “much”

16 “Academic” vowels

17 Accepting of, as ideas

18 Rapper with a tool

in his name

20 Plumber-wannabe’s

mere fantasy?

22 Launch on the TSX

23 Pine secretion

24 Take ___ view of

(frown on)

26 Eurasian mem. states,

pre-1991

28 Walmart worker’s title:

Abbr.

31 “I’ll take that as ___”

32 Accept a toiletunclogging

job?

36 Green sweater-wearer on

“The Simpsons”

37 Irish airline, with Lingus

38 Steadfastly fixing a leak?

45 They’re from Mars,

per a John Gray title

46 Take the tiller

47 Feed, as hogs

50 “Great work!” sticker

52 Homebuyer’s loans: Abbr.

55 Montevideo is its cap.

56 Overflowing wash basin?

60 “Sadly, it’s true”

61 Stands around

in art class?

62 Grand-Opry link

63 Baie-Comeau “but”

64 Quiet as ___

65 “The Spanish Tragedy”

author

66 Std. method

67 Lacking Sunlight, maybe

Level: Advanced

DOWN

1 Graphic details in texts?

2 Last little bits of jobs

3 Organize ahead of

laundry day, say

4 “___ it true that ...?”

(leading question)

5 Fill another pothole

6 Split to unite

7 Liable to chicken out

8 Stick that makes scents

9 Saudi royal family name

10 Munich’s river

11 Fast time for Muslims

12 Spilling over (with)

13 Ma’am’s man

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19 Culpa lead-in

21 “Time ___ a premium”

25 Bossy Stooge

27 Didn’t just lip sync

29 Gemstone of Australia

30 “Pinocchio” goldfish

33 Source of bar drafts

34 Do a dele?

35 Funeral parlour purchases

38 Trudeau Sr. and Jr.,

for two

39 Blows one’s stack

40 Not expressed, as

grievances

41 Archenemy

42 “Take a hike!”

Barbara Olson

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Crosswords

43 Ti-Cat’s Toronto foe

44 “Maximus” muscle

48 Threat ender that raises a

question

49 Like a Trump-mocker’s lips

51 “Messenger” molecule

53 Fitbit or Google Glass

54 Ashram leader

57 “___ Convenience”

(CBC sitcom)

58 Celebration of life,

briefly?

59 “Well, I’ll be ___

of a gun!”

60 Verbal thumbs-up

Canada Day...

Fish, Mountain Bike, Hike, Shop, Dine, B

Angry Hen Brewing

We offer a small selection of

locally made snacks and light

meals some made with our

beers and all chosen to go

well with a pint of Shirley’s

finest. We also encourage

customers to bring their

Date Night in Kaslo❤

own food to enjoy with our

beer or to order in from our

neighbouring restaurants!

343 Front St. www.

angryhenbrewing.com, 250-

353-7746.

This lakefront guesthouse motel is a beautifully restored heritage

building on Kaslo beach. Walk just one block to downtown Covid

shops and restaurants. The well appointed suites Compliant

offer privacy and comfort with spectacular

views of Kootenay Lake.

Beach Gables Guest House

Thank You

250-353-2111

www.beachgables.ca

to all of our customers

for their continued support. In appreciation,

we’re having a half-price sale on

select summer clothing!

We’re now open every day with new

pottery, cards, clothing & much more!

www.figmentscanada.com • 250-353-2566

Contractors/Trades Contractors/Trades Contractors/Trades Contractors/Trades

AVIS EXCAVATING, 250-226-7849: Reliable

and timely excavating. KX040 Kubota

with 6 way blade. Excavating, land modifi -

cation, forest fi re mitigation, ditching, water

lines, trail building and much more. www.

avisexcavating.com

A&A PAINTING LTD. 32 YRS IN BUSI-

NESS: Professional and best service guaranteed.

Bonded, licenced and insured. Call

now 250-354-9015 Nelson; 250-304-5237

Castlegar; 250-368-1044 Trail. office@

aapainting.ca www.aapainting.ca

CRESTVIEW PAINTING: 25yrs+ experience,

reliable/quality work that lasts, new

construction, residential, repaints, certified

journeyman. Fully insured. 250-304-5197.

EDGEKO CONTRACTING: All Type Decks,

Paver Patios, Retaining Walls, Concrete

Work, Leaky Basement Repair, Plumbing,

Water and Sewer, Demolition, Dump Fee

Deals. 250-231-4532.

ELECTRICIAN FOR HIRE: Licensed, experienced,

semiretired. Furnace work, renos, small

jobs, serge protection. Reasonable rates. Jim

Rogan, 250-353-9638, 250-354-8910.

EXCAVATING, FULL SERVICE RES-

IDENTIAL AND LIGHT COMMERCIAL:

Sight planning and development. Underground

utilities, septics. Drainage solutions.

Retaining walls. Landscaping and design.

Concrete slab preparation, etc, 30yrs experience.

Free estimates. Phone/text 250-365-

9455, loydten@gmail.com

GENERAL CONTRACTING: New construction,

renovations, additions, siding, roofing,

decking. Experienced, energetic, reliable.

Guy, 250-505-0709.

GERLITZ CONSTRUCTION: 35yrs experience,

custom shower & tile work, renovations,

decks & basement developments.

Reliable. Quality work. 403-678-7670, West

Kootenay.

HAL THE PAINTER 22 YEARS IN KASLO

& AREA: Making your house/business new

again! WCB, free estimates. 250-353-9660.

HIGH TAIL MAINTENANCE: Specialize in

home repairs, finishing carpentry and handyman

services. Reliable, polite and on time.

Contact Alan, 778-633-0199.

HIM N HER CONTRACTING: Home renovation,

maintenance & repair, licensed and

insured, over 32yrs in construction industry,

excellent references and photos available,

check us out on Facebook. For fast, friendly

and courteous service please call, Vanessa

or Dusty, 250-212-2384.

JAMES STRUICK CONTRACTING: Renovations,

home & shop framing, foundations,

decks, metal roofi ng, siding or any of your

construction needs. Quality Work! 250-399-

0085, www.s1contracting.ca

JM ROOFING: Asphalt, shingles/metal

installation. Knowledgeable, professional

service. Workmanship guaranteed. www.

jmroofi nghome.ca, 250-231-5327.

JUSTHINK PAINTING: Serving Kaslo &

Area. Residential, commercial, interior &

exteriors. Seniors discount. Free estimates.

25+ yrs experience. All work guaranteed.

Call Stephan, 250-353-7128, 604-961-2042.

KULIC CONSTRUCTION: Formwork to

fi nishing, new construction/renovation/additions,

free estimates. 250-551-9647.

MONASHEE CONSTRUCTION: Serving

the community for over 30yrs. Home renovations,

bathrooms, kitchens, basements, etc.

Fully insured & licensed. 250-362-5564.

MY PLUMBER: No job too small. Maintain,

service, install, plumbing systems, blocked

sewer lines. 250-521-0206, 250-687-9041

(cell), email columbiamyplumber@gmail.

com

R&S ROOFING & SEAMLESS GUTTERS:

Now booking for 2020. Call for free estimate.

WCB/insured, licensed, workmanship guaranteed

on labour. Richard, 250-367-9404.

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& every day in Kaslo, is a great day!

each, Explore, Boat, Swim, SUP, Kayak, Bird Watch, Camp, Motor Bike, Learn, Sing, Read, Play, Love - Live like a local.

Bluebelle Bistro

Whether you’re fresh off the mountain trail or gearing up, fi

ll up the tank with a hearty breakfast. Our lunch and dinner

menu is a collection of comfort foods meant to fi ll the belly

of a sojourn traveller. In addition we offer customized catering

that is sure to complement any special event. Open 8:30 -

2pm, 7 days a week. 347 Front St, Kaslo,

www.bluebellebistro.com. 250-353-7361.

Buddy’s Front Street Pizzeria

Award winning Artisan pizza celebrating 10 years of business!

Fresh organic salads and pasta dishes to go, licensed, Espresso,

cappuccino.Open 3 - 8 pm Tuesday Saturday 250-353-2282

417 Front St, Kaslo.

Chez Serge

Famous for our authentic Canadian poutine, handmade fi sh &

chips and pizza, ice cream & more. Open every day 12 - 7pm.

Corner of 4th and A Ave, at the Husky.

JB’s Restaurant & Pub

Where visitors become locals! Bring your friends and family

for their world famous fish and chips, flame broiled burgers,

AAA steak and piled high nachos all at a good value. Please call

ahead for seasonal hours. Located just 4 km north of Ainsworth

Hot Springs on Hwy 31, 250-353-7716 or 250-353-7717.

Kaslo Hotel

Dine in the pub or on the patio with its breathtaking view of

Kootenay Lake. Enjoy one of many craft beers on tap, or try

one of the many great dishes from the

extensive menu. Open daily from 12pm. Full menu available

until 8pm, appetizers only from

8 - 10pm. 430 Front St, Kaslo. 250-353-7714.

Mountain King

A tradition of great taste, serving Kaslo for 42 years homemade

burgers, fi sh & chips, ice cream and more. Open until

September, 11am to 7pm. 333 Front St, across from the SS

Moyie. 250-353-7788.

KULNIJJAR.CA

KUL@KULNIJJAR.CA

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KUL NIJJAR PERSONAL

REAL ESTATE CORPORATION

Teresa’s Coffee Shop

Homemade baking and fresh bread sandwiches, ice cream and

specialty coffees. Monday to Saturday, early morning to 8am -

3pm, Monday - Saturday.

Closed Sunday. 402 Front St, 250-353-2115.

Taqueria El Corazon

Traditional Mexican fare with a modern fl air, craft cocktails,

local brew & amazing tequilas and mezcals. Open Thursday 4

- 8pm, Friday & Saturday 4 - 9pm and Sunday 4 - 8pm. 4th &

Front St, Kaslo 250-353-3440.

LARDEAU VALLEY

Meadow Creek Bar & Grill

Amazing food, regular specials, friendly service. Take-away or

dine on the deck. Check our Facebook email meadowcreekstore@

telus.net, or call

250.366.4216 for hours and more information.

Angry Hen Brewing Company

Thanks all our customers in Kaslo and beyond

for their fantastic support during shut-down.

Everyone took to our new cans with great

enthusiasm. We are now open for patio and

indoor seating, at half our usual capacity,

following WorkSafe BC recommendations

to keep our customers and staff safe.

Our new hours are Thursday-Saturday

12-10pm and Sunday 12-8pm

Welcome back to Kaslo’s living room!

T H E S E N T I N E L

We’re back — better than ever!

Elegant rooms, spectacular views,

hot tub, sauna, massage &

healing treatments — the perfect

Kootenay escape!

(250) 353-2246

www.sentinelbc.ca

CLOSED At This Time: • Betty O’s -Ainsworth

• The Ktunaxa Grill Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort

• Clubhouse Restaurant at the Kaslo Golf Course

• For Renovations - The Treehouse Restaurant

Office Open 9-5 | 24/7

Book Now!

FREE Camping

with Boat Rental

June 29 - July 31 Subject to availability

Woodbury Resort

& Marina,

Kootenay Lake’s

Destination Resort

Hwy 31

OPEN for Business

The health and safety of our

customers and staff are our

principal concern.

✔ We have increased social

distancing and reduced

capacity in our pub and on

our patio.

✔ We have installed

hand sanitizer stations

at strategic locations

throughout

✔ We have a very strict

sanitizing protocol in all

our public spaces and room

change procedures.

✔ All of our staff check

temperatures before

reporting to work. We use the best

sanitary practices.

✔ We still accept cash, but

credit or debit is preferred.

WELCOME BACK

430 Front St, Kaslo www.kaslohotel.com

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

We offer:

✔ Boat Rentals & Tackle

✔ Quad & Hiking Trails

✔ JB’s Restaurant & Pub

Open Thursday - Sunday 3-9ish

In the centre of it all...

we have room.

• Pub Hours noon - 10pm

• Dine In Service noon - 8pm

• Take Out Service noon - 8pm

• Off-Sales Service noon - 10pm

All hotel guests are asked to complete a health questionnaire prior to check-in.

250-353-7714

1-866-823-1433

Celebrate with us

Canada Day

✔ the holidays

✔ birthdays

✔ anniversaries

✔ Tuesdays

✔ lunch time...

with a lakeside

vacation and fi shing

on Kootenay Lake

Minutes from the Village of

Kaslo offering antiques, eclectic

shopping, flying cars, hiking

and mountain biking trails,

the SS Moyie National

Historical Site... and more!

250-353-7717

250-353-7717

TF:1-877-353-7717

JB’s 250-353-7716

Email: woodburyresort@netidea.com

www.woodburyresort.com

Time to discover your own

amazing backyard!

What’s happening at the

Check out our Staycation Specials

Respectfully COVID-19 compliant.

Contactless check in and out available

Romantic vacations for two

Luxury cottages

Private beach

On-site spa

Explore 20 acres of nature

5 mins north of Kaslo

Find out why guests from all over the world choose us!

WingCreekResort.com 250.353.2475

The Japanese Canadian

Internment Museum is now open!

Did you know that in 1941 the

population of Kaslo was 468? In 1942

about 1000 Japanese Canadians were

interned in the

village, tripling

the population

nearly overnight.

Initially there

was opposition

and tension,

but by 1944

the experience

CULTURAL CENTRE

in Kaslo was described as a "graphic

illustration of how the artificial

barriers of race will crumble under the

influence of goodneighborliness."

Learn more about

this fascinating piece of

Kaslo history! Museum

is self-guided and

accessible any time the

front door is unlocked.

View Langham Arts Videos

on-line!

The Langham has been busy producing

several arts videos about our Gallery exhibits.

You can find them on our website www.

thelangham.ca, on Facebook and Instagram,

or on our YouTube channel under Langham

Arts Video.

thelangham.ca langham@netidea.com 447 A Ave Kaslo, BC 250-353-2661

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Stay Healthy.

Eat Fresh.

When knowing where your food

comes from, and who is growing

it is important to you....

Sunnyside Naturals

Natural Health • • Organic Groceries Groceries

Juice

Juice

&

&

Snack

Snack

Bar

Bar

Did you miss the

farmers’ market?

You’ll always find fresh

locally grown organic

goodness in our store!

Supporting local farmers

since 2000

Summer

Creston

Valley

Farmers’ Market

Saturdays

9 am 1 pm

On Canyon St, behind

the Visitors Centre

Harrop

Little Red School

House Market

Sundays

10 am 2pm

Kaslo

Saturday Market

until September

10 am 2 pm

Front Street Park

Kaslo

Castlegar

Craft and Farmers’

Market

Saturdays

9 am 1 pm

Station Museum

400 13th Ave

Lardeau

Valley

Sunday Market

10 am 2 pm

Meadow Creek

Nakusp

Fridays

Fringe Market

12 pm 4 pm

Old Firehall

Lardeau

Valley

Sunday Market

10 am 2 pm

Meadow Creek

Solid Health. Happy Heart.

Come, rest your feet

404 Front St., Kaslo 250-353-9667

WILLS AND ESTATES

with expert estate planning you can trust

We can also look after your needs with:

• Real Estate and Mortgages

• Buying and Selling Businesses

• Incorporations • ICBC Claims

We are also happy to provide estate planning seminars

to your group or organization.

208 Broadway Street, Nakusp, BC

Ph. 250-265-0108

E: info@nakusplawyer.com • nakusplawyer.com

Serving the Arrow Lakes since 2002

Think you’d be a good fit

as an advertiser in the

directory? Space is limited.

To post your free listing, go to CentralKootenayFood.ca and create

your account by clicking the Login/Register button on the top right!

Call Larissa Scott: 250-353-2602

or Leanne Winsor: 250-353-8333, (Creston)

email: farm_n_food@pennywiseads.com

CENTRAL KOOTENAY

FOOD POLICY COUNCIL

250.352.5342

www.ckfoodpolicy.ca

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Markets

Nakusp

Old Firehall

Farmers’ Market

Saturdays

10 am 2 pm

5th Street

Rossland

Mountain Market

Thursdays

3 pm 6 pm

Queen St &

Columbia Ave

Trail

Every 2 nd Saturday

Trail’s incrEDIBLE

Farmers’ Market

July 11 & 25, Aug 8 & 22

Sept 5 & 191, Oct 3, 17 & 31

10 am 2 pm

1300 block Cedar Ave

Nakusp

Saturdays

Farmers’ Market

9 am 1 pm

5th St &

Broadway

Nelson

Farmers Market

Wednesdays &

Saturdays

9 am 2:30 pm

Cottonwood

Falls Park

Trail

Music in the Park

Night Market

July 16 5 pm 9 pm

Aug 6 5:30 pm 8:30

pm

Music, Food Trucks,

Market, Adult

Beverage Garden

Salmo

Salmo Valley

Farmers’ Market

Thursdays

4 pm 7 pm

KP Park

beside the

campground

New

Denver

Friday Market

10 am 2 pm

Kildare St &

6th Ave

Village of

Slocan

Saturdays

10 am 2 pm

Expo Park

Slocan City

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Keeping Kids Safe

on the Farm

Since 2002, more than 157,000 children have participated

in Progressive Agriculture Safety Day® events in Canada. In

lieu of in-person Safety Days, both the Canadian Agricultural

Safety Association (CASA) and the Progressive Agriculture

Foundation (PAF) have made available resources for rural

children.

“Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the majority of spring

Safety Days were cancelled or postponed”, says Marcel

Hacault, the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association’s

Executive Director. “The health and safety of children, volunteers

and community members is paramount at all times,

and of course that’s never more important than during the

pandemic.”

In lieu of in-person Safety Days, both the Canadian Agricultural

Safety Association (CASA) and the Progressive Agriculture

Foundation (PAF) have made available resources for

rural children. CASA, in partnership with BASF, created a

“For Kids” resource page on casa-acsa.ca, featuring tools like

Rhubarb

Rhubarb

Rhubarb

Tis the time to harvest

that rhubarb. If you’ve been

feeling guilty looking at it

while you’ve been putting

Start in the left corner!

off doing some baking, the

easiest way in the world to

assuage rhubarb guilt (and

impress your family and friends) is to make rhubarb punch.

It’s a lovely pink colour and there are just two ingredients.

Erika Bird’s Rhubarb Punch

6 cups chopped rhubarb

3 - 3.5 litres water

1 cup white sugar

Bring to a boil in a large pot, then turn off the burner.

Cool it a bit then pour through a sieve into some jugs or jars.

While still warm add the sugar, more or less a cup in total or

to taste. Chill. Makes about 3 litres.

If you’re feeling slightly more ambitious, try my grandmother’s

pie recipe.

Violet Bird’s Rhubarb Cream Pie

1 1/2 cups white sugar

3 Tablespoons flour

1/2 teaspoon nutmeg

1 Tablespoon melted butter

2 beaten eggs

3 cups cut rhubarb

Fill one unbaked pie shell with raw cut rhubarb. Sprinkle

with half the sugar.

Beat the eggs with the flour, nutmeg, melted butter and

rest of the sugar. Pour over rhubarb/sugar and cover with a

lattice of pastry strips.

Bake at 450º F 10 minutes, reduce heat and bake for

another 20 minutes at 375ºF

Contractors/Trade General Services General Services General Services

RENK MASONRY: High quality stonework,

tile, bricks, blocks, etc. Call Brian Renk, 778-

460-0028, 604-313-9374 (cell) or email brianrenk@shaw.ca

RNR ELECTRIC & CONTROLS: Your local

Kaslo & Area electrician for residential, commercial

and industrial projects. Call Randy,

250-366-0087.

SASQUATCH CARPENTRY: Skilled carpenter

available for small/med size projects.

Reno’s, custom trim/woodwork, upcycling,

heights, fi ne fi nishing and more. Call Tom,

509-0021, sasquatchcarpentry@gmail.com

TILE YOUR WORLD WITH ADONIS TILE:

Custom, quality tile/stone installation, over

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357-2715.

TOM COTTON PAINTING & DRYWALL:

30yrs+ experience, specializing in small

drywall jobs, no GST. Call 250-354-7300.

WITH AN ACCENT FINE CARPENTRY:

Specializing in interior fi nishing, built-ins and

railings. 250-551-1842.

General Services

*SENIORS INDEPENDENCE SERVICES:

Renos, repairs, gardening, snow removal,

shopping, driving, personal caregiving.

Friendly, dependable. 250-357-2293.

A HANDY HUSBAND: Renos, repairs,

maintenance, doors, fl oors, decks, paint,

trim. 250-354-8598.

ALL THINGS VACUUM: Sales. Service.

Repairs. Built-in estimates. Pick up/Delivery.

Call 250-231-6041. Trail, Rossland, Castlegar,

Fruitvale.

ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS: Clothing

only, hemming, zipper repair or replacement,

etc. Call Marg, 250-365-3943.

BEAVER’S SEPTIC TANK CLEANING SER-

VICE: Serving the Kootenays. Goes the distance!

250-354-3508 (cell) or 250-357-9724.

CHARTERED PROFESSIONAL AC-

COUNTING SERVICES: Kayle Grandy,

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Estates. Call 250-608-2677 www.watershedaccounting.com

CLEARWATER SEASONAL SERVICES:

Window/gutter cleaning, pressure washing,

gutter repair, moss removal. Licensed &

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area for small scale moves, waste removal

and furniture delivery. Will do a great

job for a reasonable price. Please call/text

anytime, 778-256-1201.

KERRY’S STITCHERY: Custom sewing, alterations

& repairs, including denim, leather,

canvas & drapery. In Kaslo, 250-353-7722.

PRODUCTION WEEK HOURS: Open

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KOOTENAY WASTE SERVICES: Commercial/residential

garbage & recycling pickup,

roll off bins. Serving Castlegar, Nelson,

Slocan Valley, Kaslo to Meadow Creek, and

everywhere in between. Weekly residential

pick up from just $14/mo. See the full service

map or sign up on our website at www.kootenaywaste.com

KOOTENAY PROPERTY MAINTENANCE:

Landscaping. Bobcat/ Earthwork. Junk Removal.

Deck Repairs/ Builds. Great Rates.

Free Quotes, 778-235-7142.

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and repair any plumbing problem. Call

Sean at 250-353-3237. Visit www.virgoplumbing.com

for all our services.

PASS CREEK TOOL REPAIR: Air and electric

tools, small compressors, quality repairs,

fair price. 250-304-4811.

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a farm safety contract for parents and

kids, a toolbox talk, links on building

safe play areas and the Agricultural

Tasks for Youth and downloadable

activity and colouring pages.

The Progressive Agriculture Foundation

created a Daily Learning Drop

series available on Facebook and You-

Tube. A total of 68 consecutive drops

provide timely safety and health information

to teachers, parents and children

in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

PAF is also exploring additional virtual

opportunities for children to experience

a Safety Day while at home.

“Seeing the postponement of many of

our spring events, coupled with the fact

that more children would likely be helping

on the farm during spring planting

season, we took a proactive approach to

continue our mission and deliver timely,

hands-on safety and health messages,”

says Brian Kuhl, President and Chief

Executive Officer of the Progressive

Agriculture Foundation. “Our goal was

to help assist both parents and teachers

with fun activities for children, hoping

they would adopt safer practices while

at home or on the farm, to combat risky

behavior that can accompany curiosity

and boredom.”

Communities that would like to host

a Progressive Agriculture Safety Day in

2021 can apply online at www.casa-acsa.

ca/programs/safety-days-for-children/

or call CASA at 877 452 2272. The deadline

to apply is July 15, 2020.

For more information, visit www.

casa-acsa.ca, find us on Facebook or

LinkedIn or follow us on Twitter @

planfarmsafety

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Fund supporting

local landscape &

wildlife

Western Toads are helped by the Kootenay

Lake Local Conservation Fund, which is financially

supporting a project that is working to

increase the survivability of both adult toads

and toadlets attempting to cross the mountain

pass of Fish and Bear Lakes along Highway 31A.

Photo by Marcy Mahr

Seven important conservation projects

were recently approved by the

Regional District of Central Kootenay

(RDCK) to receive funding from the

Kootenay Lake Local Conservation

Fund (KLLCF) in 2020. These projects

will benefit Areas A, D and E. Specifically,

the wildlife species that will be

helped through the KLLCF are grizzly

bears, bats and western toads. Beavers, a

species of special

concern, will

also be studied to

help begin beaver

restoration in

the region in the

future.

The KLLCF

is also contributing

to the

Central Kootenay

Invasive

Species Society’s

work of helping

address knotweed

in Areas

A, D and E, one

of the ‘world’s

100 worst invasive

species’, and

to the Kootenay

Native Plant

Society’s work

with landowners

to increase

native wildflower

populations for

native bees and

other pollinators.

The fund is also

continuing to support

critical water

monitoring taking

place on north

Kootenay Lake

by the Kootenay

Centre for Forestry

Alternatives,

which is helping

inform water

management in

the face of climate

change.

The KLLCF

was established

by the RDCK in

2014 by referendum.

Property

owners in RDCK

Electoral Areas

A, D and E pay

an annual tax of

$15 per parcel

towards this dedicated

fund, which

provides financial

support to local

Søren Trotman

Søren Jonn Trotman

was born in 1976,

in Montreal, Quebec, and

passed on June 9th 2020

in Nelson in his cherished

West Kootenay of British

Columbia.

Cremation has taken

place; a Celebration of

Life will be held at a later

date. As an expression

of sympathy, you are

invited to leave a personal

message of condolence

on the family’s online

register at

www.thompsonfs.ca.

projects that help conserve and restore

the area’s prized natural surroundings.

To find out if your idea for a conservation

project qualifies, or if you have any

questions about the fund, contact KCP

Program Manager Juliet Craig at 250-

352-2260 or email juliet@kootenayconservation.ca.

New Summer Hours!

Effective Sunday, June 28

8am - 8pm

(Including Canada Day)

Have a safe and fantastic

Your

Community

Grocer

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JOHN (JACK) MALCOLM GREENLAW

Age 81, passed away peacefully on June 8th in

Penticton, BC, with his 3 children by his side.

The son of Malcolm and Mae Greenlaw, he was

born in Kaslo, BC, on November 17, 1938 and

grew up in the upper Lardeau valley, including

the original townsite of Howser and Lardeau, BC.

Jack and Dorothy built their dream home on the

shores of Kootenay Lake at Schroeder Creek and

lived there 25 years before moving to Penticton

in 2008. Jack was married to his wife Dorothy

for 57 years before her passing in 2016. Jack

leaves behind his son Ken & daughter-in-law

Kristen Greenlaw, daughter Kristine and son-inlaw

Shaun Chamberlain, 2 grandchildren, Ayden

and Savvy Chamberlain, son Kip Greenlaw and

daughter-in-law Theresa Smith, and brother

Larry. He was predeceased by his parents and

sister Margaret Gibb.

Jack’s first full-time job was working for

Kootenay Forest Products (KFP), when he was

15. By his late teens, he was running a bull

-dozer and building roads. Jack and Dorothy

formed their own road building company in 1970,

Dorjack Contracting Ltd., which they ran for

over 20 years. His upbringing shaped his family

living in Howser, BC with large garden, prized

raspberries, and a dedication to the support of

his family and the community.

Jack was an amazing father, grandfather,

companion, and friend. He loved fishing, golfing,

and wintering in the southern USA. Their

winter road trips always took them

through Nevada and the bright lights

of Las Vegas. His favourite pastime

was golfing with family and friends.

Over the years he amassed 3

hole-in-ones; his last

round was with Kip

on April 22nd.

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RUBBISH REMOVAL & RECYCLE, LAWN

MAINTENANCE, estate removal, gutter

cleaning/sealing, moving, deliveries, building

demolition. 250-231-9397.

SMALL ENGINE REPAIR: Lawn mowers, rototillers,

garden tractors, etc. 250-368-5219.

THE DOCTOR IS BACK: All small engine

repair and service. 250-365-0005.

TREE SERVICE: Certifi ed, Licensed, Insured.

Pruning to removal of hazardous

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Health/Personal Care

KOOTENAY BORN MIDWIFERY is now accepting

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offers personal midwifery care to women in

the West Kootenay region. www.kootenay

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SHADE TREE MASSAGE THERAPY

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BETTER LAWN & GARDEN: Quality aesthetics

for your home or business. 250-352-

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CANADIAN GARDEN SUPPLY: We now

deliver to the entire West Kootenay Region,

indoor and outdoor growing supplies! 250-

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COLUMBIA TREE SERVICES/SIMS CON-

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for 60´ bucket truck, chipping, climbing/

rigging, stump grinding, soil delivery. Certified,

Insured, WorkSafe. Thousands of satisfied

customers since 1980. 250-367-7939.

EDEN LANDSCAPE GARDENING & CAR-

PENTRY: Property / Garden Maintenance;

Design / Installations. Call Alex for quotes

and inquires, 647-685-1468.

FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREE PRUN-

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Call Lori 250-777-1586, www.Lettucelawnandgarden.ca

GW CONTRACTING: Rock/Allan block, retaining

walls, concrete sidewalks/driveways,

demolition, leaky basements, plumbing, water,

sewer, decks, patios, fencing. 250-231-

4532.

LANDSCAPING EXCAVATING, parking lot

line painting, asphalt crack sealing and sealcoating.

250-368-7946.

LAWN AND HANDYMAN: Repairs, yard

work, junk removal. Trusted in the community.

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PAVER INSTALLATIONS, DECKS, fences,

retaining/garden walls, stone work natural/

faux, and yard maintenance. 250-505-6004,

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THE LAWN GUY: Mowing, trimming, lawn

& yard clean up. Servicing Nelson, Salmo,

Fruitvale, Montrose, Trail & Castlegar. Commercial

& Residential. Call for estimate & appointment.

Cordell, 250-354-7201.

TOPSOIL & BARK MULCH FOR SALE:

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THOMAS R. HUMPHRIES - LAWYER

35 Years Experience, 30 Serving

Kaslo and the West Kootenay

• Real Estate • Wills and Estates

• Family Law including

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Thomas R Humphries Law Office

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need a sense of generosity, independence, belonging and

mastery and the principals of Restorative Justice for conflict

resolution.

“The Whole School combines attachment theory and the

Circle of Courage with multi-age, small classroom sizes to

support each student to excel at their own pace, and we have

never turned a family away for lack of funds,” said Anniah

Lang.

The Scholarship was created in memory of Zack Harvey, a

student at The Whole School. His life in the school and our

Slocan Valley community will never be forgotten. It has been

nine years since Zack’s death. Folks who would like to donate

to the Zack Harvey Memorial Scholarship Award can contact

Joselin Corrigan at The Whole School for more information.

The Whole School is WiFi free and strives to create a nurturing

and safe environment to enable learning. For more

information contact the school at wholeschool@gmail.com or

call 250-226-7737.

Spot a wildfire?

To report a wildfire, unattended campfire or open burning

violation, call 1 800 663-5555 toll-free or *5555 on a cellphone.

For the latest information on current wildfire activity,

burning restrictions, road closures and air quality advisories,

go to: www.bcwildfire.ca

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CASTLEGAR 198872

LISTER 198463 CHRISTINA LAKE 199084 TAGHUM 198906 GRAND FORKS 198893 NAKUSP 198820

$479,900

Modern and renovated 3 bed 2

bath home in serene Pass Creek

is now available on 2.47 acres.

1-250-608-0842

1-778-738-1697

WYNNDEL 198458

NEW LISTING

$399,900

Private 2 bed 2 bath home on

4.75 acres. Magnificent views.

Open concept, natural light.

1-250-402-9668

CHRISTINA LAKE 198908

NEW LISTING

$349,900

Low cost low maintenance

1 bed 1 bath park model

mini home by the lake.

Private beach, dock,

panoramic views. Bright

open concept living area

with vaulted ceiling,

electric fire, deck.

$374,900

Split level entry open

concept 5 bed 2.5 bath

home. Covered balcony

and deck on 4.05 acres.

Established trees, firepit,

covered parking with

covered access to walk in

basement.

1-250-402-9865

ROBSON 198877 CHRISTINA LAKE 198896

$260,000

2.9 acre lot near the shores of

Christina Lake. Private, year

round paved road access.

1-403-460-7247

CHRISTINA LAKE 198910

NEW LISTING

1-250-488-7466

CHRISTINA LAKE 198911

NEW LISTING

1-778-738-1697

THE

$624,900

Over 12 acres of land across from

the shores of Kootenay River,

short drive to Nelson.

1-778-738-1697

$1,100,000

3 bed 1.5 bath home with

more than $80,000 in

renos and upgrades. Huge

deck with glass railing, hot

tub, carport, workshop.

Beautifully landscaped.

100 feet of waterfront

with dock and boat lift.

$524,900

4 bed 3 bath renovated

home on magnificently

landscaped lot. Open

concept living/kitchen/

dining area. Vaulted

ceiling, crown molding.

Hot tub, covered and sun

decks, finished basement.

A whole new view.

$185,000

25 acres in serene private nature

setting just a short drive to town.

Several possible building sites.

1-778-738-1697

ARROW CREEK 198473

NEW LISTING

1-250-402-8220

NELSON 198900

NEW LISTING

1-778-738-1697

YAHK 198469

MAN

We pay the PST! Book your free consultation.

250-352-3800 • 1-855-681-1123

www.theblindman.ca • Financing now available

$174,900

5.73 acres with old growth trees.

Rural setting with all amenities

minutes away.

1-778-738-1697

$374,900

Horse property. Open

concept 3 bed 2 bath

home and shop on 3.38

acres in Creston Valley.

Paddock and 2 stables,

electric fencing, 18x18’

open deck, partly finished

walkout basement.

$789,000

Custom 3 bed 3 bath

home and tiny home

on almost 3 acres with

views. Feature beams and

vaulted ceiling in main

open plan living areas.

Wall of windows framing

panoramic views, deck.

CASTLEGAR 198899

Lattice

Crust

Start in the

left corner!

Rhubarb Rhubarb Rhubarb

Tis the time to harvest that rhubarb. If you’ve been feeling

guilty looking at it while you’ve been putting off doing

some baking, the easiest way in the world to assuage rhubarb

guilt (and impress your family and friends) is to make rhubarb

punch. It’s a lovely pink colour and there are just two

ingredients.

Erika Bird’s Rhubarb Punch

6 cups chopped rhubarb

3 - 3.5 litres water

1 cup white sugar

Bring to a boil in a large pot, then turn off the burner.

Cool it a bit then pour through a sieve into some jugs or jars.

While still warm add the sugar, more or less a cup in total or

to taste. Chill. Makes about 3 litres.

If you’re feeling slightly more ambitious, try my grandmother’s

pie recipe.

Violet Bird’s Rhubarb Cream Pie

1 1/2 cups white sugar

3 Tablespoons flour

1/2 teaspoon nutmeg

1 Tablespoon melted butter

2 beaten eggs

3 cups cut rhubarb

Fill one unbaked pie shell with raw cut rhubarb. Sprinkle

with half the sugar.

Beat the eggs with the flour, nutmeg, melted butter and

rest of the sugar. Pour over rhubarb/sugar and cover with a

lattice of pastry strips.

Bake at 450º F 10 minutes, reduce heat and bake for

another 20 minutes at 375ºF

$459,900

2 bed 1 bath straw bale house on

11.11 acres, many sustainable

living features, fenced garden.

1-778-738-1697

NEW LISTING

MIDWAY 198914

1-250-449-2349

NELSON 199060

$1,600,000

3200 sq ft custom timber frame 4

bed 3.5 bath home on landscaped

6.75 acres. Rock fireplace.

1-250-354-5333

WINLAW 199056

$365,000

4 bed 1 bath home with den

and family room on 3 acres. Barn,

workshop, and so much more!

1-250-304-2380

$499,999

Renovated 4/5 bed 3 bath home

with turret and art studio.

Sauna, 2 carports, gazebo.

1-778-738-1697

$329,000

Sunny, spacious

mountainview 4 bed 2

bath home on almost 1/3

acre. Fully finished walk

out basement and many

upgrades. Gas fireplace.

Huge new deck, attached

carport, lots of storage.

SLOCAN 198856

6 bed 2 bath custom built home

with spring fed creek, solar

system, 40.04 acres.

1-250-355-0009

CRESTON 198885

NEW PRICE

$339,000

Newly renovated split level 4 bed

+ den, 2 bath home. Huge lot,

parking, garden shed and shop.

1-250-919-3411

250-304-2269

NEW LISTING

WINLAW 198912

$849,995

Produce your own food

and live sustainably on

this 8 acre fairly level farm.

Two houses. Water rights

to gravity fed mountain

creek, underground

irrigation on garden area.

Amazing opportunity.

1-250-226-7396

ROBSON 198903 CHRISTINA LAKE 198907

$489,500

3 bed 2 bath home on .55 acres.

9 foot ceilings, gazebo, panoramic

views, great for gardeners.

1-250-365-3738

SCHROEDER CK 197958

NEW PRICE

$625,000

Quality, beautifully designed

3 bed, 2.5 bath beachfront home,

15 minutes north of Kaslo.

1-403-660-8261

$189,900

0.65 acre landscaped lot with

2 dwellings park model and tiny

home. Cleared building site.

1-250-447-9066

CRESTON 198875

NEW PRICE

$719,000

Gorgeous 3 bed home. Spacious

rooms, breathtaking views.

Triple garage. 2.5 acres.

1-250-435-0071

$124,900

12+ acres with old growth trees,

rolling hillside and cleared building

sites. Public paved road access.

1-778-738-1697

CHRISTINA LAKE 198913

NEW LISTING

1-250-444-0851

CHRISTINA LAKE 198902

$324,900

2 bed 2 bath modular and 3

cabins. Landscaped, organic fruit

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NEW PRICE

$695,000

3 bed 2.5 bath log home with

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1-250-866-6883

$340,000

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1-250-304-9503

2 bed 1 bath home with

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detached garage, RV and

hook up. Mature trees,

yard with firepit,

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raised planters. Contact

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CANYON 198901

$724,900

10 bed 3.5 bath home on 9.77

acres ALR land with year round

creek. Powered shop/garage.

1-250-254-1654

CASTLEGAR 198408

$664,500

Custom built 3 bed 2.5 bath

home on large corner lot. In floor

heating, walk out basement.

1-250-999-1249

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Grad Awarded Beedie

Luminaries Scholarship

Freya Emery never imagined her last year of high school

would be interrupted by a pandemic. Alongside so many

graduating students this year, out of necessity, her grade

twelve year will be remembered for all its quirks and virtual-ness.

And yet despite the strangeness of these last few

months, Freya is not about to let a pandemic get in the way

of her future.

Freya is the recipient of a 2020 Beedie Luminaries Scholarship,

a program “aimed at giving promising BC students the

opportunity to advance their education, achieve their dreams

and inspire others.” The $40K scholarship is open to students

planning to pursue undergraduate degrees or diploma studies

at any public university, college or trade school in BC, however

eligibility is reserved for “Students who are resilient, have

grit and are ready to make a positive change in their lives.”

“I am grateful to my teacher Danny Leeming and counsellor

Mark Bonikowsky for encouraging me to apply for this

scholarship,” said Freya, “They assured me I was the perfect

candidate, and they were right!”

As a member of Mt. Sentinel’s Academy PM program for

the last three years, Freya’s dream is to continue her education

in design and visual communications and has been accepted

into the IDEA School of Design at Capilano University.

An avid volunteer, both at school and in the wider community,

Freya has taken many leadership roles on while

supporting her peers through her positive attitude, leading

by example, and maintaining a great sense of humour along

the way. “Freya was always the first student to volunteer for

the next task at hand, she will be truly missed!” expressed

Campbell.

With most post-secondary schools moving to on-line learning

for fall 2020, Freya will begin her studies on the virtual

CapU campus in September, and won’t be moving out of the

valley just yet.

Along with the scholarship money, Beedie Luminaries are

provided access to mentors, paid summer internship opportunities,

Stay on Track student support and access to the Beedie

Luminaries online community. https://beedielumniaries.ca

School District 8

New recreation and job

opportunities

New Democrat MLAs Michelle Mungall and Katrine Conroy

say that people throughout southern British Columbia

will have access to new job opportunities and enhanced

Mountainview Realty

Timber Frame

MLS 2451444 $899,900

Stunning custom build, 4 bedroom, 4 bath, 1500

sq ft shop, 10 acres city limits!

Private Custom Built

MLS 2451118 $654,000

4 bedroom, 3 bath, large private city lot, plenty

of parking!

outdoor recreation spaces in their back yards, thanks to over

$2.6 million in provincial grants to support local recreation

and economic development projects.

“Our NDP government understands the importance of

investing in rural people and communities,” said Conroy,

MLA for Kootenay West. “The COVID-19 pandemic has had

a big impact on rural people and businesses, and these investments

will help as our local economies start to build back.”

“People are at the heart of the economy,” said Mungall,

MLA for Nelson-Creston. “With these grants, we’re supporting

rural economic development by investing in projects that

make our communities a great place to live, work, and play.”

A total of $2,639,112 is going to 24 projects across the Kootenay

and Boundary regions, ranging from initiatives to support

local small businesses and social entrepreneurships, to

downtown revitalization projects, to building and improving

local bike and walking trails.

These local investments are part of nearly $14 million in

grants for over 150 projects that will support economic development

and recreational opportunities for British Columbians

who live in rural communities throughout the province.

Funding recipients were identified from applications

received during the 6th intake of the Rural Dividend Program

in summer 2019. Priority was given to economic development

projects that have a focus and potential for job creation.

Learn more: news.gov.bc.ca/22421

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Location, location!

MLS 2451389 $599,900

3 bedroom, 2 bath, oversized garage, 1/2 acre,

and beautiful finish work!

Great Location

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3 bedroom, 3 bath great downtown location...

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New Store!

Enhance your outdoor living space

Level living

MLS 2452483 $348,200

A home and shop ideally suited for mature

garden enthusiasts, or first home buyers. This

sparkles inside and out and offers 3 beds, 2

baths , many improvements, and for the handy

person, a shop and garage.

SOLD

Updated Character Home

MLS 2452073 $449,900

4 bedrooms and one bath, Uphill Nelson, newer

windows, furnace, electrical, plumbing etc!

Located on Robson Street.

Property perfect

MLS 2451467 $494,000

This home, shop and yard is a paradise for

continuing on with a hobby farm look, or

simply for the garden enthusiast, or if you just

want elbow room

Recreational Paradise!

MLS 2439173 $118,900

Boat-only access perfect for those weekend or

summer-long get-aways! RV included!

2010 Home in Salmo

MLS 2452203 $499,900

Spotlessly clean, 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms,

finished on all three levels and a fully landscaped

yard! Tons of covered parking too!

Little Ole Castlegar Is Booming

MLS 2434889 $530,000

Nearly 9 acres of Rural Residential zoned

property quietly nestled at the end of Woodland

Drive. Opportunities abound as there is a long

list of possible uses with the RR1 zoning.

Dig Garden Centre

MLS 2438415 $1,499,900

Dig Garden Centre has been in business for

over 8 years with steady growth in sales and

income year after year.

Call today for full details!

Waterfront Escape

MLS 2452534 $319,900

on Arrow Lake with great road access! So

private, so beautiful, so accessible...Opportunity

along this stretch of water only comes by every

so often, most of these properties change

hands among friends and family.

Fixer Upper in an

Incredible Neighbourhood

MLS 2451937 $239,000

2 bed, 1 bath home located on upper Kinnaird

bench sitting on a mature 1.64 acre yard! Lots

of room for gardens or shop. The options are

endless. The home is approximately 750 sq.ft. on

the main floor.

New Price!

MLS 2451482 $575,000

Professionally landscaped with in-ground

sprinkling, plenty of room for the possibility of

RV parking, and incredible sun exposure.

This home offers it all!

Woodland Park Home

MLS 2452257 $369,000

Walking distance to all amenities. Fully

landscaped yard offers great sun exposure and

the mature trees/shrubs offer amazing privacy!

Stunning River View

MLS 2451562 $989,500

Meticulous 2 storey on .71 acre lot with amazing

view of the Columbia River! Too many details

to mention. Must see!

• Interior and Exterior Blinds

• Hot Tubs, Swim Spas and Supplies

• Free Water Testing

• Barbeques & Outdoor Heaters

Great Family Home

Great Family Neighbourhood

MLS 2451813 $519,900

Fabulously renovated 5 bed, 3 bath home, new

kitchen, bathrooms, full basement, private lot.

Well below assessment!

Rare Opportunity at

Sandalwood Court!

MLS 2452520 $359,000

Unit #4 has the most privacy out of any other

units! The main floor offers 2 bedrooms, 2 baths,

open concept kitchen/dining room, covered deck

and a living room with a natural gas fireplace!

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2011 Ford Super Duty

250 XLT 6.2L V8 Flex-Fuel

175,312 km #9SD1315A

Our Price $19,777

2011 Chev Cruise Lt

Turbo, 100,247 km #PW0647

Price $9,995 Discount $2,034

Sale Price $7,965

2012 Ford Fusion SE

2.5L 173,512 km #9EC3127A

Price $7,995 Discount $1,430

Sale Price $6,565

2013 Ford Fusion SE

1.6L 138,233 km

#20RA1638A

Our Price $7,990

2019 Mitsubishi RVR SE 4x4

2.0L 14DOHC auto

25,514 km #MC0650

Price $26,995 Discount $5,183

Sale Price $21,812

2017 Chev Silverado

1500 LT Z71

1 owner, 5.3L V8, EcoTec3, leather

#20LT3513A

Our Price $25,972

2013 Ford F-150 XL Super

Cab 4x4 5.0L V8

138,891 km #PW0660A

Our Price $16,895

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Financing rates from 4.99% OAC

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623 Railway Street, Nelson BC DL 28082

ArtWalk 2020

goes virtual

The Nelson & District Arts Council is proud to present

the 32nd annual ArtWalk! With over 40 artists and 20+

businesses onboard it will be an ArtWalk to remember.

We are hosting an opening night live streaming event

on Friday, June 26th from 6 to 9pm, which will be free of

charge and open to everyone. The Arts Council will be

hosting the event via Zoom as well as on Facebook live.

The event will feature Melody Diachun and Doug Stevenson

(taking jazz requests), The Dancing Legs, Onezie

Parade and dose. All this will be hosted by Lucas Myers. All

performers will be coming to you from their living rooms

or an otherwise safe location.

Providing ArtWalk in this capacity allows for local performance

artists to continue to be paid for their work in a

climate where almost all summer performance opportunities

have been cancelled.

The Nelson and District Arts Council has worked hard

to be proactive during the COVID-19 health crisis and

have developed a way to support the visual arts community

while keeping everyone safe. A digital gallery platform

will be open for viewing all the individual artist’s art on the

NDAC website. The Arts Council has also kept the tradition

of collaborating with the local business community, with

businesses promoting specific artists on their social media

accounts in lieu of physically being able to hang artwork in

their establishments. All links will connect to our ArtWalk

gallery where patrons can directly connect with the artists

to make their artwork purchases. Another change for this

year: 100% of art sales will go directly to the artists.

The arts community has been drastically affected during

this time and the Arts Council wants to provide as much

support as possible. ArtWalk has a wonderful reputation as

one of the best events of the summer… it might look different

but will still focus directly on showcasing our local

performance and visual artists.

www.ndac.ca

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Self Storage in Trail BC, will be disposed of

at 8065 Old Waneta Rd, Trail BC, June 29

at 12pm, for non-payment of fees. This will

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Classes/Workshops

SAILING LESSONS FOR ADULTS AND

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Animals/Pets

A NICE FAMILY ATMOSPHERE for your

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Joan, 250-367-7706.

Automotive

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2006 PONTIAC G6: Great car, gold,

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2014 CAMARO 2SS: 31,000kms, 426hp,

loaded, winter stored, clean, powerful, new

tires, $28,556obo. 250-365-9825.

Cars

2017 ELANTRA: 4dr, auto, 86,000kms,

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SUVs

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FOUR SUMMER TIRES: 235/55R18,

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TIRES: Near new, 225/65R17, $75/ea. obo.

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2012 Chrysler 200

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2018 Passport Elite 31R

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solid surface counter tops,

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2018 Fox Mountain 255

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2007 Lance Camper

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Only 1,400 lbs

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2018 Hideout 21 THWE

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Front deck for ATVs/toys,

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Rock Island RV

Start here at Rock Island RV in Trail

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2017 R-Pod 183

Rear garage, outside

cook & entertainment

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Only 2,800 lbs

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2018 Cougar 29 RLDWE

2 slides

Full Winter package

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2018 Cougar 268

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Only 29 ft overall,

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2018 FR3 30 D-S

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4000 km

31 ft

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2019 Nitro Toy Hauler

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fuel station, generator,

electric jacks,

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Boats/Watercraft RVs/Campers Real Estate Rentals

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so you can focus on the important stuff!

Commercial and Residential Packages

available because you can’t be too careful

Fully bonded, insured,

WorkSafe BC and all employees on payroll

Call Marilyn at 250-505-8346 or visit cleaninggenies.ca

2 FOR 1

Frames & Lenses

or 40% OFF 1 Pair

*Including prescription sunglasses. See in store for details.

Some restrictions apply. Sale ends July 31st.

701 Front St, Nelson

250.354.EYES (3937)

JULY HOURS:

Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm

Saturdays 10am - 4pm

CALL US to set up an appointment!

Free sight testing

both locations

Good for 2 Prescriptions Share the Savings.

And

more…

Unit 2, 688 18 th St, Castlegar 250.365.2026

Next to Common Grounds Coffee House

Castlegar Home Hardware is under

NEW OWNERSHIP!

Grief and Loss Support Group

in Kaslo

Free and Confidential

A supportive group and trained facilitators will provide

valuable companionship on your grief journey.

The Support Group will meet on six Thursdays

from 2 - 3:30 pm, beginning July 9, 2020.

NOW IN

STOCK:

Cloverdale Paint

MDF and Finger Joint

Primed Mouldings

Melamine Shelving

Pine Shelving

TG 1x6 Pine, 12’ and 16’

2x4x8 J-Grade Lumber

STIHL Power Tools

For exact dates, location, etc. please contact Bev at

Hospice Society of North Kootenay Lake

250-353-2299 or hospice@kaslo.org

With thanks for support from

the Columbia Basin Trust and the Sovereign Order of St. John.

Buy any 2 kitchen appliances

$4199

KitchenAid ®

36" French-Door Multi-Door

Refrigerator

KRMF706ESS

• 5-Door Configuration

• Preserva ® Food Care System

• Herb Storage

$1799

KitchenAid ®

Electric Front Control Range

YKSEG700ESS

• EvenHeat True Convection

• Steam Rack

• 6.4 cu. ft. Capacity

BONUS

INDUCTION READY

COOKWARE SET

SEE BELOW

EVENT

JUNE 25 - JULY 15, 2020

$1199

KitchenAid ®

44 dBA Dishwasher

KDTM404KPS

• Advanced Clean Water

Wash System

• PrintShield Finish

• ProWash Cycle

July

July

Buy any 3+ kitchen appliances

SAVE AN ADDITIONAL $300 *

See in-store sales associate for instant savings details and list of available qualifying models.

in

in

FREEFLEX

THIRD RACK

The largest third rack

available has a deep,

angled design that fits

6" glasses, mugs and

bowls.

INDUCTION

$2599

$2999

$899 $699

KitchenAid ®

36" French-Door

Bottom-Mount Refrigerator

KRFC302ESS

• ExtendFresh Temperature

Management System

• Interior Water Dispenser

SAVE AN ADDITIONAL $100 * ProWash Cycle Whisper Quiet

KitchenAid ®

Induction Front Control Range

KSIB900ESS

• EvenHeat True Convection

• Baking Drawer

• Steam Rack

KitchenAid ®

46 dBA Dishwasher

KDPE234GPS

• Third Level Rack

• PrintShield Finish

• ProWash Cycle

KitchenAid ®

Low Profile

Microwave Hood

YKMLS311HSS

• Low Profile Design

• Whisper Quiet ®

Ventilation System

• Metal Wine Rack

• 500 CFM

(Performance varies based

on installation)

Castlegar

652 18th Street Castlegar

Phone: 250-365-2203

Fax: 250-365-2270

RECEIVE A BONUS

INDUCTION-READY 11-PC COOKWARE SET

when you register your qualifying KitchenAid ® Induction Range.

Qualifying Induction Range must be purchased between January 1 - December 31, 2020

and registered no later than December 31, 2021 or offer will be void. †

valued at $ 879 MSRP

* In-store instant savings on retail purchase price (after taxes) valid on purchase of qualifying KitchenAid ® major appliances will be deducted at the time of purchase. Receive instant savings of $100 (after taxes) when you purchase two (2) qualifying

KitchenAid® kitchen appliances or instant savings of $300 (after taxes) when you purchase three (3) or more qualifying KitchenAid ® kitchen appliances, consisting of one model only per appliance sub-category. Multiple purchases must be made at

the same time from the same participating authorized Canadian KitchenAid dealer. GST/HST/QST and provincial sales tax (where applicable) are included in the instant savings amount. Qualifying purchases must be made between June 25 - July 15, 2020.

Open to Canadian residents only. Offer cannot be combined with any other KitchenAid ® appliance offer. Offer is not available to second channel, dealers, builders or contractors. All models may not be available at all dealers. No substitute models

qualify. Dealer prices may vary. Dealer alone has sole discretion to set retail prices. Offer excludes discontinued models.

† FOR CANADIAN CONSUMERS ONLY: Terms of offer: Quantities are limited. Offer valid for qualifying purchases made January 1, 2020 - December 31, 2020 (the “promotion period”) or while supplies last. Product must be registered by calling

1-800-807-6777 on or before December 31, 2021 in order to be eligible. Offer valid only in Canada for registration of KitchenAid ® Induction range and cooktop models YKFID500ESS, KSIB900ESS, KICU500XBL, KICU500XSS, KICU509XBL,

KICU509XSS, KICU569XBL, KICU569XSS, KCIG704FBL, KCIG550JBL, KCIG550JSS, KCIG950JBL, KCIG950JSS, KCIG956JBL and KCIG956JSS purchased at authorized Canadian retailers. Bonus cookware set offer is limited to one redemption per

household during the promotional period. Qualifying consumer will receive an eligible KitchenAid ® 11-piece cookware set (Model KC3H1S11BE) valued at $879 (Cdn.) MSRP, by courier to a Canadian address. Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. Whirlpool

Canada LP reserves the right to substitute with an alternate cookware set of equal or greater value. No substitutions by consumers are permitted. LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Offer good only in Canada. Purchases of refurbished

or previously sold models do not qualify for the promotion. Offer is not transferable. Omission of any required information will delay processing or disqualify your request. All submissions become the property of Whirlpool Canada LP.

ALL CLAIMS SUBJECT TO AUDIT.

®/ © 2020 KitchenAid. Used under license in Canada. All rights reserved.

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Nelson

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