‘It’s mean to us’: Seniors stranded for a week after elevators at Winnipeg condo building break down

Seniors and people with mobility issues in a downtown condo building are stuck in their rooms for at least a week while building managers wait on parts for broken elevators.  The Colonnade is a 12-storey building on Edmonton Street. Several seniors and people with mobility issues live there, in addition to hundreds of others.  Linda Ross, 78, uses a walker and has had hip replacement surgery.  On Wednesday, she says she got a notice about the “out of order” elevators from the condo managers.    Read the article…………..


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