The Morning Edition - Sask | Oct 15, 2013 | 7:29

Regina Resident Upset with Rooming Houses

City Council will look at the issue of rooming houses tonight. Brian Black is keenly following what happens as he owns a house in Hillsdale and has been vocal about rooming houses in the area.

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