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The Manitoba Law Courts Through the Ages
The First Court House Prior to becoming a province, justice in the area which would become Manitoba was carried through by the Governor and Council of the Hudson's Bay Company. By 1836, their law court was built at Lower Fort Garry, the area known as the Re...

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Heritage home in North Point Douglas is an important part of our history
Barber house located at 99 Euclid Avenue is a vibrant centre for seniors in the North Point Douglas community. Before it was a Senior's Centre, it was another vacant & derelict building, and suffered from several arsons. But before any of that, it was a Red...

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Victory on Main Street
269 Main Street is an address that has had a long history of tenants. For the past 80 years, the address has been home to the Victory Building, originally called the Federal Building. However, before the Victory building was constructed, a handful of other ...

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The Firefighter's Museum of Winnipeg
56 Maple Street, home to Fire Hall No. 3 was
an active fire hall in Winnipeg until 1990. It was built in 1904 and was one of
five fire halls built in Winnipeg that year. Those plans for Fire Hall no. 3
would be used to build 14 more fire halls in the city. ...

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The Ukrainian Labour Temple
The Ukrainian Labour Temple at 591 Pritchard Avenue, at the corner of McGregor Street was once one of many such temples across Manitoba and Canada. Now, it is one of the few of its kind left, and it is the largest and oldest of all. The Ukrainian Labour Tem...

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The Oldest House in Winnipeg
Written by Laura Wiens, Marketing & Communications Coordinator for Heritage Winnipeg Take a guess, what do you think the oldest house in Winnipeg is? Maybe Ralph Connor House? No, too recent. Louis Riel House? Getting closer, but not quite. The oldest home ...

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Oseredok Ukrainian Cultural and Education Centre
Long before 184 Alexander Avenue was home to the Oseredok Ukrainian Cultural and Education Centre, the building was home to the British and Foreign Bible Society. The Bible Society was formed in England in 1804, with the intent to bring the word of the Bib...

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Oseredok Ukrainian Cultural and Education Centre
Before the Oseredok Ukrainian Cultural and Education Centre occupied 184 Alexander Avenue, the building was home to the British and Foreign Bible Society. The Bible Society built the structure in 1912. The Bible Society was formed in England in 1804 with th...

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Fort Street & Notre Dame
The Vendome Hotel This week, the Vendome Hotel, located at 308 Fort Street, made it onto the agenda at City Hall to the Standing Policy Committee on Property and Development, Heritage and Development.   The recommendation was from the Historical Buildings a...
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