Court hears businessman's 23-year-old lawsuit over destroyed Edmonton apartment building

  Edmonton Journal 

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A judge heard opening arguments Monday in a civil case that is among the  oldest court files in Edmonton. The case is between two business partners whose company owned Arlington Apartment building — a five-storey apartment block demolished after a 2005 fire. Built in 1909, the property at 100 Avenue and 106 Street was Edmonton’s […]

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