The busy downtown practice of Dr. Bruce Robinson and Dr. Darcy Lukenchuk carries a proud heritage of small town rural Saskatchewan tradition.
Dr. Richard Kindrachuk – the original founder - moved his optometric practice to Saskatoon from Yorkton. He opened a small office in the Birk’s Building in 1960 and nine years later relocated to the 6th floor of the C.N. Tower.
Dr. John Lukey purchased the office from the Kindrachuk estate in 1970. He practiced solo for several years and was later joined by Dr. Gary Hayes and Dr. Al Edwards. Dr. John Lukey retired in 1981 and Dr. Bruce Robinson then became a partner in the practice.
In 1985, Dr. Darcy Lukenchuk and Dr. Bruce Robinson established the present practice.