With the summer issue of Fine Lifestyles Regina
just around the corner, I thought I'd post my cover story from the spring issue, an interview with Regina businessman Paul J. Hill. Enjoy!
Paul Hill says he’s most known in Regina for three things: his blue 1976 Mercury Marquis, his habit of consuming eight Diet Cokes a day, and his addiction to non-fat frozen yogurt.
Of course, that list leaves out one other minor thing of note: Paul is president and CEO of The Hill Companies and Harvard Developments Inc., companies intimately intertwined with the history of Regina, owning and/or managing more than two million square feet in ...
The Spring 2010 issue of Fine Lifestyles Regina, the local magazine I edit, is now online
. There are always things you can improve, especially in a magazine that's more than 200 pages, but I think it's our best one yet.
On the cover of this one: Paul and Carol Hill. Paul Hill's company, which is over a century old, has been an integral part of Regina's development from the beginning, when his grandfather and an associate sold the government the land on which the Legislative Building now sits. Interestingly, I portrayed Saskatchewan's first premiere, Walter Scott, at centennial events for the Hill Companies in both ...