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This article was published 10/6/2009 (2937 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
WINNIPEG--City council’s executive policy committee has approved the de-listing of a 101-year-old heritage home in Osborne Village as a prelude to its demolition and the construction of a condominium complex.
EPC voted to uphold a property committee decision to strip Dennistoun House, the home of a former Manitoba judge at 166 Roslyn Rd., of its Grade III heritage status, the weakest form of protection conferred on historic properties.
The de-listing still faces approval from council as a whole on June 24. Developer Sunstone Resort Communities wants to demolish a total of four Roslyn Road properties to make way for a 74-unit condo complex consisting of a 12-storey tower and a row of townhouses.