King Me. A boardgamery and cafe in The 525.
The Western Commercial Company, a wholesale outlet for wine, liquor and cigars, was one of the first substantial commercial buildings constructed on 20th Street West.
It was built by A.S. Levine of Vancouver, BC in 1905. At the time, Mr. Levine intended the second floor to be used as an opera hall, having movable partitions that could create one large entertainment venue.
The Saskatoon Branch of the Western Commercial Company closed in 1915 after the outbreak of war. Throughout the next 8 decades, the building was home to a number of interesting businesses, including the Saskatoon Exchange Mart, Joe’s Cycle and General Automotive, Boomtown Outfitters and most recently, the Green Ark.
Odessa Deli on 20th Street in Saskatoon.
A beautifully restored British North American gas station in Ogema, Saskatchewan. It is the only one left in North America.
The Federal Grain Limited Elevator in Horizon, Saskatchewan which we toured as part of our day on the Southern Prairie Railway in Ogema, Saskatchewan.
Oliver enjoying himself in River Landing.