Saskatoon Morning | Oct 15, 2013 | 7:06

International Exhibition Centre In Dundurn

When your town only has 700 people, a new building can be a big deal. How about one that is 300,000 sq ft with hundreds of shops inside? The CBC's Abby Schneider gives us the details on the proposed International Exhibition Centre in Dundurn.

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