The Cap, Part 3: Picking up the pieces of the Capitol Movie Theatre

Saskatoon Morning

Forty years ago, Saskatoon's Capitol movie theatre was torn down amid much protest. It was a grand movie palace on 2nd Avenue. Where the Scotia centre mall and towers stand now. But today, the only evidence of the Cap are relics scattered throughout the city. To find out where you can find those pieces, and what the whole Capitol effort meant for the history of Saskatoon. Here is the final episode in Guy Quenneville's radio documentary, "The Day They Tore Down The Capitol."

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