Architect discusses future of heritage buildings in Spur talk at News Café

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They're old, they're beautiful but do Winnipeg's heritage buildings fit in with the city's downtown redevelopment?

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They’re old, they’re beautiful but do Winnipeg’s heritage buildings fit in with the city’s downtown redevelopment?

Brent Bellamy, a senior design architect for Number Ten Architectural Group, will discuss their future at the Winnipeg Free Press News Café at 1 p.m. 

The event is part of Spur, Canada’s national festival of politics, art and ideas, which comes to Winnipeg this week.

Joe Bryksa / Winnipeg Free Press The owner of the St Charles Hotel at 235 Notre Dame Ave. would like to get rid of the building's historical designation so he can tear it down.
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