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Duke Tower Kitchener | 33fl | U/C
As excited as we are to see progress here, you've got to think that for some church members, the last few days of demolition were pretty tough.
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(11-05-2018, 11:41 AM)Spokes Wrote: As excited as we are to see progress here, you've got to think that for some church members, the last few days of demolition were pretty tough.

Interesting you note and acknowledge that. I have been watching and reflecting how difficult this must be for the previous parishioners.  It is significant to lose a building like this.
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Especially given the age of the population. That was likely a church for many for lots and lots of years (not that it wouldn't impact younger attendees as well, just not for as long)

I'm the first one to get excited about new, shiny, tall things, and advocate ripping things down to build them, but there's usually a human element involved too.
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