New Listings with Dawn Dakin CENTURY21 Arbutus Realty

410 MATCHLEE DRIVE: $92,000

410 MATCHLEE DRIVE – Solid, clean mobile on its own property. Seriously easy to maintain yard with plenty of room for parking all the toys. Property has a detached wired shop as well as additional outbuildings with plumbing and electrical to use however you wish. The roof extends to encompass additional rooms and carport. This one wont stay long, its ready to go!


425 MAQUINNA CRES – $205,000

425 MAQUINNA CRES – You wont be disappointed with the solid 19×11 deck off the back, or the back yard path with old growth fir leading down to a little piece of heaven where you can watch the pools of steelhead swimming in the beautiful Heber River. Renos in this home started in 2015, and most of the work is completed but house still under construction. The inside includes new heat pump, new kitchen cabinets and fixtures, bathroom and flooring. Classy old growth fir mouldings, fir interior doors and pot lighting accenting this tastefully renovated upstairs. Indoor workshop and unfinished downstairs is yours to do with as you wish.


47 500 MUCHALAT PLACE – $76,000

47 – 500 MUCHALAT PLACE – A townhouse unit in the highly sought after complex known as Larch Place. This 2 level spacious unit provides 1500 sq ft of living. In the master bedroom there is a good size walk in closet and a set of sliders going out to a balcony where you can sit enjoy the beautiful mountain view. It has a bathroom on each floor, an eat in kitchen and separate dining room with another set of sliders that open to a fully fenced private back yard perfect for your fur baby. This price, the low strata fee and low outdoor maintenance requirement, its well worth the look!


50 – 500 MUCHALAT PLACE – $76,000

50 – 500 MUCHALAT PLACE – 1500 sq ft of affordable living. Low strata fee, semi private easy to maintain fenced backyard. With so much living space and at this price this unit a great option! This is a south facing unit, so there is so much natural light. Eat in kitchen and formal dining area with patio doors to back yard. Master bedroom has a nice size walk in closet and a balcony where you can look out at the beautiful mountain views! This unit is in good condition just needs updating. There is so much you can do to this unit to really make it your own.

For more information or to view these listings, please contact Dawn Dakin Century 21 Arbutus Realty, Office: 250-283-7515 ext 202 Cell: 250-203-6512.

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Dawn Dakin Welcomes New Residents

Dawn Dakin and Century 21 would like to welcome the new residents of the following properties to Gold River!
  • 532 Dogwood Drive
  • 509 Cala
  • 403 Donner
I hope that you love Gold River as much as I do!

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Planting Help Needed for Canada’s 150th Celebration at the Plaza

Calling all gardeners! Get ready for Canada Day!
This Saturday, May 27 at 9 am in the Gold River Plaza
We will be putting new plants in the boxes
Bring your hat, garden gloves, water bottle, and small trowel/garden fork
Should be through before noon
Come and have fun!

~ Submitted directly to The Buzz from Gold River’s Canada Day 150th Committee

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Gold River Literacy Society AGM June 18

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Flower Basket Contest for Canada’s 150th Birthday

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Cold Pricklies for Behavior at Muchalaht Lake from Fellow Campers

Hello there,

I wanted to let everyone know about our recent visit to your beautiful lake on the long weekend. We arrived like everyone else, hoping for a spot at the campsite knowing full well it would be full and busy, after all it was a long weekend. We drove around and found a lakefront site so we jumped out to look closer. Well after a quick walk around we discovered not only two large barking dogs whose owner would not take control of the barking, but large dog bombs all over the empty site. Gross. So we moved on and lucked out with what looked like the last site available.  It was great, nice and sunny and not too far from the dock. We unpacked and began our day. The dock was a popular spot for sure with many families and dogs around. No problem, there was plenty of room for everyone, so we joined in. Well, it wasn’t long before we figured out there was a large group there who knew each other. Cool. We like that as we also have large groups of people when we camp as we play ball and are used to this. Well, as the day went on people drank more and more, and the discussions turned very inappropriate, especially since there were many children present. Soon the noise was quite loud as we notice drones above us. Drones are neat and I bet you can get some great shots. What we didn’t like was the fact that they kept hovering over the dock area where people were sun bathing including many young girls. Creepy and invasive. Anyways, back to the campsite we went. Partying was not too bad that night. The dock was in full swing again the next day with many of the group. At this point we discovered there was no camp host which was fine, everyone got a reprieve from paying 😊

What was maddening was the fact that when we returned to watch the sunset, the water was completely littered with floating beer cans, cigarette butts and garbage from one side of the dock to the other. After talking with others, it was told that many of the beer cans were sunk in the lake and the newly erected sign was nowhere to be found although someone had been seen trying to surf on it in the lake. Once again back to our campsite. We then were blessed with the ATVs going around and around the campsite for hours on end before someone decided to block them with their truck. Slowed them down but didn’t stop it. Bedtime came and the partying started… and went most of the night with ATV’s flying by at a high rate of speed at 1:30 am. Again no camp host so no rules, we get it happens at all the free rec sites as well. The final day was spent packing up and enjoying as much as the sunshine as we could before we left. On the way down to the lake one of us stopped to use the outhouse and came across, not one but two piles of human excrement, right next to the outhouse complete with toilet paper. That was beyond comprehension. I think the hardest thing to swallow was that almost all the people I am speaking of were from Gold River itself. This makes me angry that this is your beautiful lake and you are representing your town. The initial thought was if this was my first impression of this town, I would never come back. Fortunately we have had many trips to your wonderful town and I know this is not a true representation of your fine community. We will very much miss Anita but look forward to meeting the new camp host and hoping that having a host in place will deter this kind of behaviour in the future. We love your lake and it is very sad to see people treat their own backyard this way.

Thanks for taking the time to read this. We feel like the people of Gold River would be just as upset as we are.

Submitter does not wish for their name to be published.

From The Buzz – I believe the Camp Host position does not start until July 1st, (correct me if I’m wrong) which is why Anita, or any other host would not have been there.

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Part Time Summer Position at Clayworks

Clayworks Cafe and Gallery is offering a part time position for June 15 until Labour day. This position requires level 1 Food Safe, some food preparation experience, a cheerful disposition, cash handling and customer service experience.
Please submit resume in person to Anita at Clayworks Cafe.
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Garage Sale at the LA Hall June 10

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May 15 Gold River Village Council Minutes

Please click the following link to download the May 15th Regular Village Council Minutes:
May 15 Regular Council Minutes
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Garage Sale: Sunday May 21

Garage sale
594 Eagle Crescent
10am-ish – 2pm-ish
Sunday May 21st
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