REGINA - Regina city council has voted against heritage status for a century-old school that's currently facing the wrecker's ball.
Several delegations told council at a Monday meeting that Connaught (kuh-NAHT')
The board, which owns the building, was told by engineers earlier this year that Connaught has significant structural damage and is on the verge of collapse.
Trustees voted 5-2 in late March to close the facility at the end of this school year and move students and staff to another school until a replacement is built.
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