An aging icon in Winnipeg is going to make way for a new, younger edition.
The Arlington Bridge is over 100 years old and has to be replaced.
The city is holding the second of two open houses on Saturday to show off drawings of what the new bridge could look like, based on public consultations that have already been done.
You can also find out about potential other projects to connect the community separated by the C-P-R tracks.
The session goes from 12 to 4 at 6-58 Ross Avenue.