Conexus Plaza

1801 Hamilton Street
Regina SK Canada

Construction Dates
Floor Count12
Building Uses
 - office
 - retail
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - modern

The well-known Canadian Geese sculpture named "Western Spirit" by Robert Dow Reid is located at the main entrance. The sculpture is dedicated to George C. Solomon, “A Man of Vision, Industry and True Western Spirit.”

The R.H. Williams Store, also known as Glasgow House, was Regina’s first department store. It was demolished in 1982 to build this building.

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Drawing by Matthew Dumont
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