Viterra heritage building rejuvenated
from The Leader-Post
The legislative building isn't Regina's only historic gem receiving a facelift this summer. Behind green mesh-covered scaffolding on the corner of Victoria Avenue and Albert Street, masons have toiled on the Viterra headquarters' facade. Built in 1913 for $350,000, the building originally stood as the C.W. Sherwood Department Store, and remains the only pre-First World War structure in Regina hearkening back to those shopper roots. It also served as the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool building.
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