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Regina's historic buildings and precincts

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Regina, SK - The Crescents area

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Heathcote - Perfectly Positioned With Development ...

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1987 *OZONE PARK* Mike Ninnavaggi, George & Irene Edwards, Tommy Cheese, Goody's Liberty ave. Short.

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National portfolio, prime industrial collection - Investment opportunities, for sale via EOI

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The Dogwood Building | 1019 Wharf Street | Victoria, BC

Many historically significant buildings in Regina, Saskatchewan were lost during the period 1945 through approximately 1970 when the urge to "modernize" overtook developers' and city planners' sense of history and heritage. The old warehouse district to the north of the old CPR tracks was Regina's original commercial raison d'être once Lieutenant-Governor Edgar Dewdney had established the site of his considerable landholdings as the Territorial Capital. With the significant conversion of shipping of commercial goods from train to truck and cancellation of passenger service on the railway, the Warehouse District immediately adjacent to the train line has ceased to be exclusively industrial in character. Some areas of the Warehouse District have been transformed into a shopping, entertainment and residential precinct.
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