The history of Calgary's Rouleau House

The Homestretch

In the wake of the Enoch House fire, which razed the last of the historic homes in Victoria Park, Calgary City Council is investing almost $1.5M in another heritage building that has sat empty for 16 years. The Rouleau House in Mission dates back to 1885. Almost 140 years later, it's going to get a major face lift -- and maybe a new tenant. For more on the history of Rouleau House, we've reached Josh Traptow. He's the executive director of the Calgary Heritage Authority. He joined host Doug Dirks on the line.

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