The sunlight shines through the roof of the Cornall Centre in Regina City, Saskatchewan where people browse through the stores, stop for food or shop for new cars. In the core of the shopping mall stands the two story pillars, part of the stunning architecture which makes up the facade of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.
Originally built to lure people into the downtown area of the City of Regina, the shopping mall has become the largest in Southern Saskatchewan. Department stores fill the larger areas of the mall while close to 100 different shops make their home base in the smaller locations.
The shops are not the only attraction at the Cornall Centre as people also flock here for the casino, the luxury hotel, meetings at the trade and convention centre and employment in the tall skyscrapers.... continue below the picture...
Facade of the old Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce building in the Cornwall Centre, shopping mall in the City of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.