London Drugs Lawson Heights
134 Primrose Drive Saskatoon, SK, S7K 5S6
Did You Know:
1. Lawson Heights is a neighbourhood in the northeast of the City of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, bounded to the north by Lenore Drive, to the west by Primrose Drive, to the south by Pinehouse Drive, and to the east by Whiteswan Drive. Located within the Lawson Suburban Development Area, neighbourhood construction began in the late 1970s and completed by the end of the 1980s. Lawson Heights takes its name from area homesteader Reverend Stephen George Lawson, a Presbyterian minister from Prince Edward Island.
2. A maturing mixed use neighbourhood, Lawson Heights is home to the city's first wave pool, which opened at the Lawson Civic Centre in 1989. Lawson Heights Mall, the community's primary retail and commercial hub, was the first Saskatoon mall with an enclosed food court when it opened in 1980. The neighbourhood is represented by Lawson Heights Community Association, which provides sport, culture, and recreational programs to residents.
3. The London Drugs in Lawson Heights Mall on Primrose Drive has been part of the Lawson Heights neighbourhood and Saskatoon community since 2002.