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Planning, Property and Development

Municipally Designated Sites in Winnipeg

List of Historical Resources

List updated: Mon 07/17/2017

St Name    St Num    Grade    Name    Conditions    Date listed    Reports     Map    
Academy Road 394 III Uptown Theatre     Dec. 8, 1986 Long Report Short Report Map
Academy Road 611 III Former Julia Clark School With the following interior elements:
1) stairwell, including banisters and railings  
Oct. 28, 1997 Long Report Short Report Map
Adelaide Street 88 III Kelly House     June 7, 1982 Long Report Short Report Map
Albert Street 48 III Royal Albert Arms Hotel     May 19, 1981 Long Report Short Report Map
Albert Street 52 III Gregg Building     May 26, 1986 Long Report Short Report Map
Albert Street 62 III Dingwall Building     Mar. 27, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
Albert Street 63 III Hammond Building     July 14, 1980 Long Report Short Report Map
Albert Street 70 II Telegram Building With the following interior elements:
1) cast iron columns;
2) water tank - 4th floor; and
3) post and beam system - upper floors  
July 14, 1980 Long Report Short Report Map
Albert Street 86 II Albert Block     May 28, 1984 Long Report Short Report Map
Albert Street 90 III Western Building     Jan. 7, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
Albert Street 91 III Trend Interiors     June 16, 1980 Long Report Short Report Map
Alexander Avenue 90 N/A W.J. Guest Fish Company Warehouse/Great West Metal Company Building With the following exterior:
1) four-storey brick and stone building located near the southwest corner of Alexander Avenue and Waterfront Drive, main façade facing north onto Alexander Avenue, its side façades partially hidden by additions and its rear façade, partially hidden by additions, facing south towards Pacific Avenue;
2) the main (south) façade with its rusticated stone base with small basement windows, main floor with large rectilinear window openings and doors with smooth stone frames, a metal cornice, and upper storeys with large, multi-paned windows in rectilinear openings withy stone lug sills and wide lintels separated by plain brick pilasters and corbelled brick, patterned brickwork and a plain, stepped brick parapet above the fourth floor window openings; and
3) the visible portions of the east, west and rear (south) façades with painted signage, windows in arched openings with stone lug sills and open metal fire escapes on the side elevati ons.

With the following interior:
1) heavy timber mill structural system;
2) two staircases;
3) sliding metal fire doors in the 1905 and 1910 buildings; and
4) original wood and glass partitioning and tin ceiling in the 3rd floor office area.  
June 21, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
Alexander Avenue 184 III Ukrainian Cultural Centre     Apr. 21, 1980 Long Report Short Report Map
Arlington Street 836 II St. Edward's Church With the following interior elements:
1) stained glass windows; and
2) organ  
August 24, 1987 Long Report Short Report Map
Arthur Street 54 II Robinson, Little and Company Building With the following exterior elements:
1) the east- facing warehouse with main façades fronting Arthur and King streets;
2) boxy, rectangular plan with exposed, roughly-dressed limestone block base and buff brick superstructure;
3) south façade with roughly-dressed limestone block base, raised loading doors, metal fire escape and painted signage displaying the Silpit logo;
4) prominent east entrance inset in radiating rough-cut limestone voussoirs, limestone steps and fanlight;
5) regularly spaced window openings with square heads and roughly-dressed limestone accenting, save the round-arched top floor openings with brick drip moulding; and
6) details including corbelled brick cornice, pilasters, flagpole in southeast corner of building, etc.

With the following interior elements:
1) high ceilings with ornamental tin panels;
2) plank wood flooring;
3) some exposed cast-iron columns;
4) arched openings connecting the building to 70 Arthur and sliding metal fire doors;
5) simple wooden banisters on staircases; and
6) plank wood bathroom stalls  
Feb. 26, 2008 Long Report Short Report Map
Arthur Street 70 II R.J. Whitla and Company Building With the following exterior elements:
1) the elongated rectangular plan of the warehouse occupying the width of one block with prominent façades fronting Arthur and King streets and McDermot Avenue;
2) exposed, roughly-dressed limestone block base with buff brick superstructure;
3) multiple entrances on each façade, including round-arched north double doors, and the east entrance flanked by smooth-cut limestone with a metal Modernist marquee;
4) east/west dray way running the width of the south end of the building;
5) regularly spaced openings; windows with square heads save the round-arched windows of the fifth level, featuring limestone lug sills and lintels and inset panels below; and
6) details including decorative corbelled brick cornice, corbelled brick banding atop the fifth and seventh floors, pilasters, metal fire escapes on the east and west façades, flagpole atop the roof, etc.

With the following interior elements:
1) high cei lings with ornamental tin panels;
2) plank wood flooring; some exposed cast-iron columns;
3) arched openings connecting the building to 54 Arthur and sliding metal fire doors;
4) simple wooden banisters on staircases;
5) plank wood washroom stalls; and
6) main floor with some wainscoting and decorative tin paneling encasing the freight elevator  
Feb. 26, 2008 Long Report Short Report Map
Arthur Street 88 N/A Arthur Building With the following exterior elements:
1) four-storey brick and stone warehouse with raised rusticated stone basement with its primary façade facing east onto Arthur street;
2) symmetrical main (east) façade with square headed basement and arched ground floor windows in opening and central opening (original entrance), recessed and arched upper floor windows in openings with stone lug sills topped by brick drip moulding and brick corbelling at the flat roofline;
3) unadorned south façade with arched door and windows in openings; and
4) original windows

With the following interior elements:
1) heavy timber mill structural system;
2) original elevator grate; and
3) cast iron posts on the fourth floor  
March 2, 2015 Long Report Short Report Map
Arthur Street 92 II Gault Annex     Feb. 16, 1987 See 100 Arthur Street See 100 Arthur Street Map
Arthur Street 100 II Gault Building     Dec. 6, 1982 Long Report Short Report Map
Assiniboine Avenue 351 III Kerr House     Jan. 30, 1989 Long Report Short Report Map
Balmoral Street 51 III William Milner Residence     Aug. 9, 1995 Long Report Short Report Map
Balmoral Street 56 III H. E. Sharpe House     Apr. 2, 1990 Long Report Short Report Map
Bannatyne Avenue 115 II Donald H. Bain Building     June 16, 1980 Long Report Short Report Map
Bannatyne Avenue 123 II Marshall Wells Building     Nov. 14, 1983 N/A Short Report Map
Bannatyne Avenue 137 III Swiss Building     Dec. 8, 1986 Long Report Short Report Map
Bannatyne Avenue 141 III MacKenzie Block     Jan. 15, 1993 Long Report Short Report Map
Bannatyne Avenue 167 II Ashdown's Warehouse     Sept. 16, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
Bannatyne Avenue 168 III Chatfield Distributors (Franklin Press Building)     Nov. 14, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
Bannatyne Avenue 181 III Kilgour Block With the following interior elements:
1) stairway and elevator; and
2) original elements in ground floor office  
Jan. 4, 2000 Long Report Short Report Map
Bannatyne Avenue 185 III McClary Building     Oct. 1, 1987 Long Report Short Report Map
Bannatyne Avenue 283 II Travellers Building With the following interior elements:
1) open cage elevator;
2) ornamental fireplace - 5th floor; and
3) internal staircase  
Nov. 19, 1979 N/A Short Report Map
Bannatyne Avenue 332 III Henderson Building With the following interior elements:
1) tin ceilings, columns and beams; and
2) wood partition with windows in shipping room on main floor  
Oct. 4, 2005 Long Report Short Report Map
Bannatyne Avenue 365 III Stovel Printing Building     Oct. 1, 1992 Long Report Short Report Map
Bannatyne Avenue (Also 109 Princess Street) 291 II Sanford Building (Spaghetti Factory)     Nov. 19, 1979 Long Report Short Report Map
Bannatyne Avenue (Also 114 King Street) 291 III Maw's Garage     Nov. 19, 1979 Long Report Short Report Map
Bannatyne Avenue (Formerly 476 Main Street) 211 III Ashdown's Hardware Store With the following interior element to be maintained as much as practicable:
1) tin ceiling  
May 23, 2001 Long Report Short Report Map
Bannerman Avenue 251 III St. John's Presbyterian Church     July 17, 1989 Long Report Short Report Map
Boyle Street 43 III Charles Ellis Boarding House With the following exterior elements:
1) the large, wood clad structure resting on a raised rubblestone foundation at the foot of Boyle Street on the south side of Dewdney Avenue on the banks of the Red River;
2) the main (north) and west façades with their rectangular window openings with ornamental wood framing and gable ends with circular window, bargeboard and apex finial/pendant;
3) open, one-storey entrance porch in the northwest corner with corner post and turned wooden balusters; and
4) the south façade with its wood framed windows and two-storey bay with wood framed windows and roof embellished with bargeboard and finial/pendant

With the following interior elements:
1) main entrance door with transom and original hardware;
2) main staircase to the second floor with turned newel post and wood balustrade;
3) original light fixtures in the second floor hallway; and
4) details including ornamental woodwork on both the main and secon d levels: hardwood floors, wooden door and window frames, baseboards with inside corner posts and original doors  
Mar. 3, 2014 Long Report Short Report Map
Broadway 222 II Fort Garry Hotel With the following interior elements:
1) the Rotunda (main floor);
2) the Palm Room (Drummer Boy);
3) the Provencher Room;
4) the Ball Room (7th floor);
5) the Banquet Room (7th floor); and
6) the Loggia (7th floor)  
Feb. 20, 1980 Long Report Short Report Map
Broadway 314 II Princeton Apartments     Mar. 17, 1997 Long Report Short Report Map
Broadway 545 III Klinic Building     Jan. 23, 1991 Long Report Short Report Map
Burrows Avenue 294 III Bethlehem Aboriginal Fellowship Church (St. Giles Presbyterian [United] Church) With the following interior elements:
1) whole auditorium including organ  
Feb. 29, 2000 Long Report Short Report Map
Carlton Street 61 I Macdonald House     Apr. 4, 1995 Long Report Short Report Map
Carlton Street 300 II Former Free Press Building With the following interior elements:
1) 2-storey lobby;
2) exterior revolving doors; and
3) articulated plasterwork on main and 2nd floor  
May 4, 1998 Long Report Short Report Map
Cass Street (Formerly 71 Xavier Dr.) 50 III Caron House     Feb. 2, 1981 Long Report Short Report Map
Cathedral Avenue 250 III St. John's Church     Nov. 21, 1988 Long Report Short Report Map
Charles Street 200 III North-End Police Substation     June 25, 1990 Long Report Short Report Map
Clifton Street 511 III Wolseley School     Sept. 4, 2001 Long Report Short Report Map
Cockburn Street N 340 III Earl Grey School     Apr. 21, 1981 Long Report Short Report Map
Cornish Avenue   II Gates at East Gate, West Gate, Middle Gate     May 30, 1988 Long Report Short Report Map
Cumberland Avenue 410 II Waddell Fountain     May 30, 1988 Long Report Short Report Map
De La Cathedrale Avenue 190 I St. Boniface Cathedral With the following exterior elements:
1) the location on the east bank of the Red River, at the junction of avenues Taché and de la Cathédrale in St. Boniface;
2) the structure's east/west orientation on well-groomed grounds fronted by a cemetery that holds important pioneer families and historical figures;
3) the multi-storey 1908 Romanesque Revival limestone structure, now stone ruins, creating an enclosed rectangular courtyard through the ashlar facade and the rusticated segments of the north/south walls;
4) the symmetrical two-part front elevation with a large central empty rose window recessed behind the main (west) façade;
5) the monumental features of the main façade, with a large floriated compound arch resting on pilasters with heads featuring volutes, square corner towers abutted by Corinthian columns with massive plinths and chevroned off-sets, and a large gable parapet depicting a seated bishop inset in a niche surrounded by diaper patterne d nailhead mouldings, crow-stepped trim and projecting bands of billet moulds, all topped by a low-relief Greek cross;
6) the arcaded entrance composed of inner and outer round-arched openings with intrados inscribed with Greek crosses;
7) the numerous elongated rectangular and round-arched windows, many with radiating stone voussoirs and downward-sloping smooth-cut sills, and the towers' tall narrow openings;
8) details including the crypts, the stone staircases, modillioned cornice, limestone coping, dentilled and geometric banding, label moulding, lion's head, diamond and floral motifs;
9) the blended sacristy at the east end of the building with 1908 limestone, narrow, rectangular square-headed window openings, projecting lug stone sills and 1972 angular upper storey with metal roofing, cornice and the projecting, east-facing entrance featuring an arched doorway and smooth-cut broken pediment with cross; and
10) the 1972 Cathedral, square in plan, set within the ruins of the 1908 Cathedral, with a prominent metal clad pyramidal roof and low set bands of fenestration

With the following interior elements:
1) the 1972 cathedral with the following aspects: the spruce-clad narthex, nave with hipped cedar ceilings featuring exposed beams and trusses, stained glass panels, simple oak pews, and raised sanctuary  
Jan. 8, 2013 Long Report Short Report Map
Deschambault Street 375 III Maison Roy     June 7, 1982 Long Report Short Report Map
Disraeli Street 110 III St. Michael's Greek Orthodox Church With the following exterior elements:
1) the west-facing church located on Disraeli Street;
2) simple, elongated rectangular plan;
3) exposed, roughly-dressed limestone block base;
4) lively massing of multiple volumes of varying heights and roof configurations, including a gable-roofed nave and projecting three-side apse;
5) square entrance tower with a metal-clad onion dome and Greek Orthodox cross atop a pyramidal roof;
6) pointed arch window openings throughout with simple wooden tracery;
7) stained glass bull's eye window in the rear (east) façade;
8) low, raised stone structure attached to the east wall;
9) secondary, smaller onion-dome on the east roof peak; and
10) horizontal lap siding

With the following interior elements:
1) formal plan featuring an unobstructed nave, with the raised sanctuary separated by an elaborate three-opening iconostasis; and
2) choir loft at west end of nave  
Mar. 25, 2008 Long Report Short Report Map
Donald Street 54 II Paterson Block With the following interior elements:
1) entranceway and stairway;
2) interior stained glass windows; and
3) skylight  
July 5, 2005 Long Report Short Report Map
Donald Street 281 II Metropolitan Theatre With the following interior elements:
1) total auditorium space;
2) entrance lobby; and
3) total mezzanine level  
Jan. 10, 1997 Long Report Short Report Map
Donald Street 352 III Canada Building     Sept. 12, 2005 Long Report Short Report Map
Donald Street 370 N/A Bell Block With the following exterior elements:
1) five-storey brick and stone building with a flat roof on the west side of Donald Street near the intersection of Cumberland Avenue, its main facade facing east onto Donald Street, its south facade facing Cumberland Avenue, its north facade hidden by the neighbouring building and its rear (west) facade facing a back lane/parking lot;
2) the front (east) facade with rusticated stone base wrapping around the southeast corner with large basement windows in rectilinear openings, entrance at north end, metal cornice above the main floor windows, upper storeys with windows in rectilinear openings with stone lug sills, metal cornice below the fourth floor windows and flat roofline with corbelled brick and complete entablature with heaving overhanging metal-clad cornice;
3) the south facade with its ground floor stone cladding, second and fourth floor metal cornices, windows in rectilinear openings with stone lug sills and flat roofline with corbelled brick and c omplete entablature with heaving overhanging metal-clad cornice; and
4) the rear (west) facade with its windows in arched openings on the first three floors, windows in rectilinear openings on the top two floors all with stone lug sills and an open metal fire escape.

With the following interior elements:
1) heavy timber mill structural system; and
2) ornamental tin ceilings.  
Oct. 11, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Donald Street 374 N/A Aldous Building Annex With the following exterior elements:
1) five-storey common clay brick building with flat roof located mid-block on the west side of Donald Street between Notre Dame and Cumberland Avenues, its main façade facing east onto Donald Street, its north and south façades hidden by neighbouring buildings and its west façade facing onto a back lane/parking lot;
2) original elements of the front (east) façade, the rusticated stone base, large basement and ground floor windows in rectilinear openings, raised entrance at north end of façade, small window in rectilinear opening above the entrance, modest stone belt course, upper floors divided into four bays with windows in arched openings with stone lug sills and raised brick heads, small window in arched opening on second floor above the entrance and metal-clad entablature with heavy overhanging cornice; and
3) the rear (west) façade with raised loading doors, windows in arched openings on all upper storeys and a metal fire escape (shared with the building to the north).

With the following interior elements:
1) heavy timber mill structural system and cast iron posts on ground floor;
2) tin ceiling on the ground floor; and
3) wood and tin detailing of the staircase.  
May 10, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Donald Street 376 N/A Aldous Building With the following exterior elements:
1) five-storey common clay brick building with flat roof located mid-block on the west side of Donald Street between Notre Dame and Cumberland Avenues, its main façade facing east onto Donald Street, its north façade facing a side lane, its south façade hidden by neighbouring buildings and its west façade facing onto a back lane/parking lot;
2) original elements of the front (east) façade, the rusticated stone base, large basement and ground floor windows in rectilinear openings, raised entrance at north end of façade, small window in rectilinear opening above the entrance, modest stone belt course, upper floors divided into four bays with windows in rectilinear openings with stone lug sills and heads and metal-clad entablature with heavy overhanging cornice;
3) the north façade with rusticated stone base, basement and upper floor windows in arched openings (upper storey windows with stone lug sills) and ang led northwest corner with raised loading dock nearby; and
4) the rear (west) façade with raised loading door, windows in arched openings on all upper storeys and a metal fire escape (shared with the building to the south).

With the following interior elements:
1) heavy timber mill structural system;
2) tin ceiling on the ground floor;
3) horizontal radiator piping on second floor; and
4) wood and tin detailing and tile flooring of the staircase.  
May 10, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Donald Street 388 N/A Phoenix Block With the following exterior elements:
1) three-storey brick and stone building with a flat roof located at the southwest corner of Donald Street and Notre Dame Avenue, its main façades facing east onto Donald Street and north onto Notre Dame Avenue, its south façade facing a back lane and its rear (west) façade facing a back lane/parking lot;
2) the north façade with its recessed entrances, large display windows and metal-clad cornice on the ground floor and upper floors with windows in rectilinear openings with concrete lug sills, belt course and entablature with cornice;
3) the rounded northeast corner with entrance door and windows in rectilinear openings on the upper floors;
4) the east façade with central entrance, brick panels topped by glass block-filled openings to the north, upper floors windows in rectilinear openings with concrete lug sills, belt course, entablature with cornice and raised parapet with the words "PHOENIX BLOCK"; and
5) the rear (west) façades with numerous entrances and windows in rectilinear openings on all floors.

With the following interior elements:
1) tin ceilings; and
2) wood accented main staircase.  
May 18, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Dorchester Avenue 1055 III Firehall No. 12 That any proposed renovations to the building be reviewed by the HBC so that the following interior elements can be retained:
1) marble and iron ceiling;
2) pressed tin ceiling; and
3) white glazed tiles on main and 2nd floors  
Apr. 11, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
Dumoulin Street 212 II St. Boniface Firehall No. 1 With the following interior elements:
1) all pressed tin ceilings and walls  
Sept. 14, 1987 Long Report Short Report Map
Edmonton Street 26 III J.W. Harris House With the following interior elements:
1) fretwork;
2) stair work;
3) stained glass; and
4) any original woodwork  
May 4, 1998 Long Report Short Report Map
Edmonton Street 368 III Duplex     Dec. 19, 1984 Long Report Short Report Map
Edmonton Street 454 III Benard House     May 26, 1986 Long Report Short Report Map
Elgin Avenue 319 III Scott Fruit Company Warehouse     June 8, 2004 Long Report Short Report Map
Ellen Street 268 III Scandinavian Mission Church     Oct. 26, 1987 Long Report Short Report Map
Euclid Avenue 99 II Barber House     Apr. 23, 1990 Long Report Short Report Map
Fermor Avenue 6 III St. Vital Library With the following exterior elements:
1) the key-shaped massing, featuring two adjoining, double height circular sections on the east, and a lower, rectangular block to the west with a stepped back front façade, and flat roofs throughout;
2) cladding materials including dark brown brick throughout, contrasted by vertical metal reveals in regular intervals, and matching metal fascia in an undulating pattern;
3) large rectangular windows throughout, many with slanted heads to mimic the fascia, in singles or stacked in pairs, with simple mullions and spandrel panels; and
4) main entrance centrally located

With the following interior elements:
1) the open plan;
2) the exposed glue-lam beams throughout, in intricate radiating or grid patterns, with plank wood ceilings;
3) the circular sections featuring multiple mezzanines and stairs with original wood and metal handrails/guardrails, ocular skylights, and pendant light fixtures; and
3) details including some original wooden book stacks, wood paneling, etc.  
May 5, 2014 Long Report Short Report Map
Forks Market Road 25 III Johnston Terminal Building     Nov. 21, 1988 N/A Short Report Map
Fort Street 308 N/A Vendome Hotel With the following exterior elements:
1) four-storey brick building with flat roof located on the west side of Fort Street, its main façade facing east onto Fort Street, its south façade partially hidden by neighbouring building, and its west and north facades facing the back lane; and
2) the front (east) façade with ground floor openings with arched transoms with leaded glass, the upper floors with ornamental brickwork and windows in arched openings and flag pole

With the following interior elements:
1) wood finishes of the main (south) staircase including the handrail on the north side  
September 20, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Furby Street 222 II Young United Church (tower only)     Mar. 3, 1986 Long Report Short Report Map
Galt Avenue 130 N/A T. Eaton Company Printing Plant & Track Warehouse With the following exterior elements:
1) two-storey brick, stone and concrete building occupying an entire block from Lily Street to Waterfront Drive, its main facades facing north onto Galt Avenue and south onto Alexander Avenue;
2) the north facade with its raised concrete foundation wall, dark brick superstructure with windows and doors in rectilinear openings accented by stone and concrete, brick pilasters with stone accenting, open and closed loading docks and flat roof with stone accenting;
3) the south facade with its raised concrete foundation wall, dark brick superstructure with windows and doors in rectilinear openings accented by stone and concrete, brick pilasters with stone accenting, large loading doors in smooth-cut stone frames, carved stone panels and flat roof with stone accenting;
4) the east facade with its raised concrete foundation wall, dark brick superstructure with windows and doors in rectilinear openings accented by stone and concrete, brick pilasters with stone accenting, large loading doors in smooth-cut stone frames, carved stone panels and flat roof with stone accenting; and
4) the west facade with its raised concrete foundation wall, dark brick superstructure with windows and doors in rectilinear openings accented by stone and concrete, brick pilasters with stone accenting, carved stone panels and flat roof with stone accenting.

With the following interior elements:
1) reinforced concrete structural system; and
2) examples of metal chutes from loading dock to basement along north wall.  
June 6, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
Garry Street 287 N/A Garrick (Wellington) Hotel With the following exterior elements:
1) five-storey brick and stone building with flat roof located on the east side of Garry Street, its main facade facing west onto Garry Street, its north and south facades partially hidden by neighbouring buildings, and its east facades facing the back lane;
2) the front (west) facade with ground floor clad in terra cotta with arched openings, rust-coloured brick upper floors with cream-coloured stone and terra cotta quoins, window sills, arched and pedimented heads, keystones, oversized brackets and enriched window frames and the flat roof with heavy overhanging cornice and parapet;
3) the common clay brick walls of the north and south facades interrupted by shallow window wells; and
4) the rear (east) facade with its dark brick walls, open metal fire escape and windows and doors in arched openings.

With the following interior elements:
1) none.  
April 11, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
Garry Street 290 III Garry Block     Jan. 4, 1988 Long Report Short Report Map
Garry Street 291 III North West Commercial Travellers' Association Building     June 27, 2002 Long Report Short Report Map
Garry Street 298 II Canada Permanent Building With the following interior elements:
1) banking hall and all finishes;
2) offices on the 2nd floor and all finishes;
3) hallway and stairwell and all finishes;
4) cage elevator; and
5) front foyer  
Dec. 9, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
George Avenue 99 III James Burridge House With the following exterior elements:
1) the south facing structure located at the west end of George Avenue; and
2) the east façade's oriel window with ornamental wood cladding, brackets and window framing

With the following interior elements:
1) main entrance with tin ceiling and wood and glass vestibule;
2) main level original hardwood floors, baseboards, radiators and covers;
3) main staircase with wood newel post and balustrade, and stained glass window;
4) rear staircase from kitchen to second floor; and
5) second floor original built-in cabinetry, door and window frames, doors and doorknobs  
Mar. 3, 2014 Long Report Short Report Map
Granite Way 22 III Granite Curling Club     Sept. 29, 1986 Long Report Short Report Map
Grosvenor Avenue 1360 III River Heights Lawn Bowling Club Clubhouse With the following exterior elements:
1) the east/west facing structure with its two main entrances;
2) rectangular plan with rounded cedar siding and the hipped gable roof; and
3) regularly placed windows on all façades

With the following interior elements:
1) original interior layout; and
2) original lighting and east and west entrance doors  
Sept. 12, 2011 Long Report Short Report Map
Hargrave Street 55 III Glines House (Tremblay Apartments)     Aug. 2, 1989 Long Report Short Report Map
Hargrave Street 361 III New Hargrave Building (Former Film Exchange Building) With the following interior elements:
1) ramp  
Feb. 6, 2002 Long Report Short Report Map
Hargrave Street 379 III Ambassador Apartments     May 5, 1986 Long Report Short Report Map
Hargrave Street 400 III Calvary Temple (tower only)     Mar. 11, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
Hargrave Street 448 N/A Clark Brothers Warehouse With the following exterior elements:
1) five-storey brick and stone building with flat roof located mid-block on the west side of Hargrave Street, its main façade facing east onto Hargrave Street, its north façade partially hidden by neighbouring building, its south and west façades facing parking lots;
2) the main (east) façade divided into three bays by brick pilasters, ground floor with a centrally-placed display window in a rectilinear opening framed by two entrances in arched openings with stone keystones, upper floors with banks of large windows in rectilinear openings finished on the top storey by stylized brickwork on the outer two bays and a brick cornice including corbelled bands and raised and curved pilaster capitals;
3) the north façade hidden on the ground floor by the neighbouring building, the visible portion with exposed reinforced concrete frame; and
4) the south facade with irregularly spaced windows in rectilinear openings in the fro nt section and a regular grid of openings in the rear section.

With the following interior elements:
1) concrete structural system.  
Dec. 5, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Hargrave Street 474 N/A Manitoba Telephone System - Garry Exc hange With the following exterior elements:
1) four-storey red brick and stone building with flat roof located on the southwest corner of Hargrave Street and McDermot Avenue, its main façades facing east onto Hargrave Street and north onto McDermot Avenue, its south façade facing a neighbouring building and its west façade facing a parking lot;
2) east façade with rusticated stone base leading to smooth-cut stone cladding on the ground floor, classically-detailed entrance with attached unfluted columns with egg and dart capitals and pediment embellished with floral motif, Manitoba shield and "MANITOBA TELEPHONES", dark red brick upper floors with stone lug sills, keystones, quoins and a belt course between the third and fourth floors, windows in rectilinear openings, brick pilasters with stone bases and capitals on the top floor supporting the complete entablature with heavy overhanging cornice;
3) north façade with its classically-detailed, centrally-located ent rance with rounded pediment with floral motif and Manitoba shield, attached unfluted Ionic Order columns with voluted capitals, the words "MANITOBA TELEPHONES", egg and dart moulding, delicate metal railing and stone cartouche with "1907" and upper floors a continuation of the east façade and also including a swan neck stone pediment framing a carved panel with the date of construction "1907" at the roofline and a flagpole;
4) the south façade featuring a low rusticated stone base and windows in rectilinear openings with stone lug sills on each level; and
5) the west façade with its low rusticated stone base, windows in rectilinear openings with stone lug sills on each level and large brick chimney.

With the following interior elements:
1) wood and metal finishes of the main (east side) staircase.  
Jan. 25, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
Henry Avenue 425 III McCormicks Limited Building     Feb. 15, 1988 Long Report Short Report Map
Higgins Avenue 181 II C.P.R. Station With the following interior elements:
1) rotunda; and
2) brass doors leading to concourse  
Mar. 2, 1993 Long Report Short Report Map
Home Street 272 III Thelma Apartments     Jan. 15, 1993 Long Report Short Report Map
Hugo Street N 220 III Pasadena Apartments     Dec. 12, 1988 Long Report Short Report Map
Hugo Street N 300 III St. Michaels and All Angels Anglican Church     Dec. 4, 1989 Long Report Short Report Map
James Avenue 109 II James Avenue Pumping Station With the following interior elements:
1) existing machinery and pumps  
Nov. 15, 1982 Long Report Short Report Map
James Avenue 128 N/A DeLaval Company Warehouse With the following exterior elements:
1) three-storey brick and stone warehouse with raised rusticated stone basement with its primary façade facing north on James Avenue;
2) symmetrical main (north) façade with large entrance openings at its east and west ends framing the large ground floor door and windows in openings, smooth cut stone belt course at sill level of second storey windows, rectangular paired windows in openings with stone sills on the second and third floors separated by brick pilasters with carved stone capitals, concrete diamond accents on the upper floors and flat roof;
3) rear (south) façade with a raised loading door at its east end, open metal fire escape and arched windows on all three floors; and
4) unadorned east masonry load-bearing wall

With the following interior elements:
1) heavy timber mill structural system; and
2) west masonry load-bearing demising wall  
Jan. 26, 2015 Long Report Short Report Map
John Black Avenue 201 I Kildonan Presbyterian Church     Jan. 5, 1994 Long Report Short Report Map
Kate Street 121 II Wm. Ashdown House     Oct. 31, 1988 Long Report Short Report Map
King Street 66 III Maltese Cross Building With the following interior elements:
1) oak and glass vestibule on the main floor; and
2) original interior stairwell  
Sept. 30, 1997 Long Report Short Report Map
King Street 87 III Anne Building     Sept. 12, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
King Street 104 II King Building (former Ryan Block) With the following interior elements:
1) elevator doors; and
2) staircase components  
Mar. 11, 1991 Long Report Short Report Map
King Street 120 II Sparling Sales Ltd.     Mar. 7, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
La Verendrye Street 165 III Maison Kittson     Sept. 12, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
Lenore Street 72 II Bellcrest Apartments With the following interior elements:
1) layout of lobby;
2) interior staircase; and
3) skylight  
Mar. 1, 1994 Long Report Short Report Map
Logan Avenue 444 III Penrose House (Former 232 Bell Avenue)     Sept. 14, 1987 Long Report Short Report Map
Lombard Avenue 80 N/A Thomas Black Building With the following exterior elements:
1) three and four-storey brick and stone building with flat roof located on the south side of Lombard Avenue, its main facade facing north onto Lombard Avenue, its east and rear (south) facing back lanes and its west facade facing a parking lot;
2) west end of the north facade with its rough stone main floor cladding, metal grated raise basement windows, centrally-placed main entrance with its smooth stone pedimented frame, windows in arched openings with keystones, modest stone cornice, upper floors with windows in rectilinear openings, cornice dividing the third and fourth floors and top storey with attached, unfluted brick columns with modest capitals and a flat roof;
3) the east end of the north facade with rough cut stone base, ornamental brick work around main floor openings, stone lug sills, radiating brick heads above the rectilinear windows openings and brick cornice with raised central area, corbelling and open geometric shapes;
4) windows an d doorways in arched and rectilinear openings on the east, south and west facades; and
5) painted signage on the south and west facades

With the following interior elements:
1) heavy timber mill structural system;
2) original metal-clad sliding fire doors; and
3) ornamental tin ceiling  
Jan. 17, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
Lombard Avenue 111 II Kemp Building With the following exterior elements:
1) the south facing warehouse with main façade fronting Lombard Avenue;
2) irregular plan with exposed, roughly-dressed limestone block base and common brick superstructure;
3) regularly placed recessed and transomed windows of the south facade, including roughdressed limestone sills and square lintels up to the fifth floor, segmental arched windows on the top floor, capped by a corbelled brick cornice;
4) regularly placed arched window openings with roughly-dressed limestone sills throughout; and
5) details throughout including pilasters, bands of corbelling, loading bays, fire escapes, etc.

With the following interior elements:
1) volumes of open space indicative of warehouse construction;
2) exposed post-and-beam structural system; and
3) plank wood flooring  
Mar. 5, 2012 Long Report Short Report Map
Lombard Avenue 167 II Grain Exchange Building     Oct. 1, 1992 Long Report Short Report Map
Lombard Avenue 177 II Chamber of Commerce Building With the following interior elements:
1) entrance foyer and lobby on the main floor;
2) 2nd floor boardroom and adjoining office;
3) stairway; and
4) 2nd floor lobby  
Sept. 12, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
Lombard Avenue 191 II Union Tower Building With the following interior elements:
1) main floor foyer and lobby; and
2) main floor banking hall  
Sept. 12, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 130 I Upper Fort Garry Gate     July 15, 1991 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 171 III Empire Hotel (Facade dismantled) This entry applies only to the metal cladding; the building has been demolished.   Dec. 5, 1979 N/A N/A Map
Main Street 214 N/A Winnipeg Hotel With the following exterior elements:
1) Three-storey brick and stone building with flat roof located midblock on the west side of Main Street south of St. Mary Avenue, its main façades facing east onto Main Street, its south façade facing a large building, its north façade facing a vacant lot/parking lot and its rear (west) façade facing a back lane;
2) The front (east) façade with its centrally located, raised main entrance topped by a large arched window, second storey windows in arched openings with stone lug sills, pilasters with stone capitals at either end and a stone belt course, third storey windows in rectilinear openings with stone lug sills, the central opening framed by paired attached columns leading to bracketing for the pediment at roof level and a roofline highlighted by an ornate metal entablature with bracketing, floral embellishments and the words "THE WINNIPEG";
3) The common clay brick walls with windows in rectilinear and arched openings and stone and wood sills of the south and north façades; and
4) The rear (west) façade with its rusticated stone base, common clay brick wall with windows and doors in arched openings with stone lug sills

With the following Interior elements:
1) Third floor leaded glass  
Jan. 27, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 226 N/A MacDonald Block (Commercial Hotel) With the following exterior elements:
1) Three-storey brick building with flat roof located mid-block on the west side of Main Street south of St. Mary Avenue, its main façade facing east onto Main Street, its south façade facing a vacant lot, its north façade hidden by the neighbouring building and its rear (west) façade facing a back lane;
2) Its main (east) façade with its upper storeys clad in polychromatic brick, divided into two bays by a centrally-place brick pilaster, a second brick pilasters at the south end and windows in thin roundheaded openings under larger segmental brick arches (some with patterned brickwork) on the second floor and windows in pointed headed openings with layered brick arches on the top floor, a metal fire escape along the south end and an ornate metal cornice at the roofline; and
3) Its uninterrupted common clay brick south façade

With the following interior elements:
1) Ornamental tin clad light well  
Jan. 27, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 232 N/A Fortune Block With the following exterior elements:
1) Three-storey brick building with flat roof located on the southwest corner of Main Street and St. Mary Avenue, its main façades facing east onto Main Street and north onto St. Mary Avenue, its south façade hidden by the neighbouring buildings and its west façade facing a back lane;
2) Its main facades (east and north) with entrance and display windows along the east façade and wrapping around the northeast corner, the upper floors with their windows in round-headed openings (some paired) under larger segmental brick arches on the second floor and pointed headed, either single or triple openings, with layered brick arches on the top floor, polychromatic brick accenting, raised brick pilasters, metal fire escape (north) and an unadorned brick parapet;
3) The small paired windows on the ground floor of the north façade; and
4) Its rear (west) façade partially covered by a one-storey addition with metal fire esc ape

With the following interior elements:
1) Ornamental tin ceiling;
2) Coffered ceiling of third floor skylight;
3) Primary staircase on the south side from the ground floor to the third floor; and
4) Ornamental moulding in hallways and around windows and doors  
Jan. 27, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 272 III Scott Block With the following exterior elements:
1) the east facing structure with main façade fronting Main Street;
2) irregular plan with window wells on the 2nd - 5th floors on the north and south façades;
3) the primary (east) façade featuring roughly dressed red (Port Wayne) sandstone, regularly placed square headed window openings on the second to fourth floors, and square headed and arched window openings on the fifth floor;
4) recessed main (east) storefront entrance with metal columns flanking the doorway; and
5) details throughout including regularly placed arched windows with roughly dressed limestone sills, loading bay on the rear (west) façade, etc.  
Oct. 4, 2012 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 335 II Bank of Montreal With the following interior elements:
1) basement vaults;
2) main banking hall;
3) northwest curved staircase;
4) northwest corner office on the mezzanine floor; and
5) marble fireplaces in offices and boardroom-mezzanine floor  
May 7, 1980 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 389 I Bank of Commerce     Nov. 7, 1979 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 395 I Bank of Hamilton     Nov. 7, 1979 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 423 N/A Canadian Wheat Board Building With the following exterior elements:
1) eight-storey stone clad office building built in two phases connected by a dark vertical band of polished granite and its main façades facing west onto Main Street and south onto McDermot Avenue;
2) north section with its symmetrical main (west) façade, two large, round arched windows in openings framing the multi-arched entrance with ornate, vertical embellishments with floral motifs and carved coats of arms of Manitoba (south) and Saskatchewan (north), topped by two more carved stone shields - coat of arms of Alberta (north) and "CCWP" (south) - upper floors divided into seven bays by buttress-like pilasters with windows in square openings and the top storey with windows in arched openings and a stepped parapet;
3) north section with its rear (east) brick façade with a door and windows in square-headed openings and lug sills and upper floors with windows in arched openings and lug sills;
4) north section with its north bric k façade;
5) south section with main (west) façade with date stone in the southwest corner with "1963" and wheat sheaves engraved, ground floor openings divided into thin windows by vertical stone bands, upper floors divided by wide pilasters into five sections further divided into four window bays with wide stone panels at the top floor;
6) south façade with thin windows in openings on the ground floor and banks of windows in square-headed openings on the upper floors; and
7) rear (east) of the south section with its buttress-like pilasters and bays of windows in square-headed openings

With the following interior elements:
1) high ceilings supported by faceted concrete column grid with flared capitals; and
2) masonry load-bearing demising wall  
May 25, 2015 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 436 II Former Bank of British North America (Newmac Building) With the following interior elements:
1) original fabric of the main floor including entrance lobby, fan lights, staircase; and
2) original plaster ceiling on the upper floors  
Sept. 2, 1997 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 441 II Imperial Bank of Canada With the following interior elements:
1) basement - ornamental metal fixtures and gates, marble, vaults, curved stairwell and grating at the top with signage;
2) main floor - entire banking hall, all wood detailing and preservation of the existing black marble banking counters;
3) 2nd floor - oak woodwork, rear and front stairwells; and
4) 3rd floor - glass roof lights  
Oct. 28, 1997 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 456 II Bank of Toronto With the following interior elements:
1) four vaults in basement;
2) main floor lobby, cage elevator, banking hall and manager's office;
3) central stairway; and
4) marble on 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors  
Nov. 13, 1984 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 457 II Confederation Life Building     June 16, 1980 N/A Short Report Map
Main Street 460 II Royal Bank of Canada Building With the following interior elements:
1) brass doors;
2) marble finishes;
3) banking hall and foyer;
4) stairwells;
5) wall clock; and
6) lower vault area  
Sept. 2, 1997 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 466 III Woodbine Hotel With the following interior elements:
1) pressed tin ceiling  
Jan. 27, 1986 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 468 III Birt's Saddlery (Baker Block)     Mar. 5, 1984 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 492 III Macdonald Shoe Store     Mar. 28, 1996 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 500 II Union Bank Building Annex     July 18, 1995 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 504 I Union Bank Building     July 18, 1995 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 510 N/A Winnipeg City Hall With the following exterior elements:
Site and Courtyard:
1) the two separate buildings with facing main entrances separated by an open courtyard;
2) three-sided loggia created by the Administration Building;
3) the three light standards with 5 white globes in the east and west plazas;
4) the five globe light fixtures and matching plant brackets mounted on each of the south walls of single storey wings of the Administration Building;
5) the ceiling mounted white cylinder lights in the U-shaped loggia;
6) the twelve ceramic city crests around the face of the loggia;
7) the free standing "CITY HALL" signs at the northeast and northwest corners of the Council Building; and
8) the date stone tablet mounted in the east plaza entry stairway

Council Building:
1) symmetrical, north-facing 2-storey structure with smooth-cut limestone cladding resting on a dark, polished granite base that includes built-in benches on the east and west sides;
2) the modul ar composition of the smooth Tyndall stone cladding, glass block and dark granite plinth;
3) the main (north) façade with its centrally-placed recessed entrance supported by a pair of thin columns and the unadorned window openings of the second storey;
4) the east and west façades identically designed with colonnades of unadorned columns, large ground floor window openings partially filled with glass block and upper level openings shaded by bronze screens;
5) the rear (south) façade with limestone walls interrupted by doorways fitted with bronze grating and two-storey windows filled with glass block;
6) the varied roof height creating clerestory windows encircling the structure; and
7) the flat, unadorned roofline

Administration Building:
1) symmetrical, south-facing seven-storey structure with smooth-cut limestone cladding and polished granite base with extended one-storey wings running south along the east and west sides;
2) the modular comp osition of the smooth Tyndall stone cladding, glass block and dark granite plinth;
3) the main (south) façade with recessed ground and second floors and upper storeys featuring a grid of wide horizontal limestone bands intersected by thinner vertical elements, charcoal-hued window accenting and thin window units set in glass block filled openings;
4) identically designed side façades (east and west) with large openings on the second floor and centrally-placed window openings on all upper floors;
5) the rear (north) façade with raised entrance and loading ramp on the ground floor, large second storey openings and upper floors of similar design to the front façade;
6) the flat, unadorned roofline; and
7) the one-storey wings partially enclosing the courtyard with peristyle colonnades on the interior elevations and dark granite bases and large openings filled with thin clear glass and glass block on the exterior elevations and topped by modest limestone balus trades


With the following interior elements:
Council Building:
1) the main floor lobby with limestone walls, terrazzo floors, wood doors, and wood, glass and bronze accenting;
2) central granite staircase with glass and bronze elements;
3) wood office/meeting room doors with vertical strip accenting on both floors;
4) the volume of space in the two-storey Council Chamber with public gallery seating in wood on two sides (east and west), clerestory windows, public entrances on the second floor and a ceremonial entrance through glass doors with bronze screens at the staircase landing;
5) the gold 'mosaic' ceiling in the Council Chamber;
6) the circular wood Councillors' table;
7) the open second floor reception area with limestone finishes, clerestory windows & squared columns;
8) the original wood finishes of the second floor committee rooms;
9) the metal pendant light fixtures in the north committee room and mayor's office; and
10) the second floor ceiling lighting designed in 7 x 7 grids of recessed squares, each holding a fixture, with one grid within the Council Chamber and two lighting the staircase and 2nd floor reception area

Administration Building:
1) the main floor lobby with limestone, dark brick and wood panelled walls, terrazzo floors, wood doors, and bronze and glass accenting;
2) the second floor lobby, ante lobby and conference rooms with dark brick and wood panelled walls, terrazzo floors, wood doors, and bronze window frames and accents; and
3) the upper floor office space with examples of the original wood and glass partitioning
Jan. 5, 2015 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 586 N/A Maycock Block With the following exterior elements:
1) three-storey brick and stone building with a flat roof located on the northwest corner of Alexander Avenue, its main facades facing east onto Main Street and south onto Alexander Avenue, its north facade partially hidden by the neighbouring building and the rear (west) facade facing onto a parking lot;
2) the lightly-hued common clay brick clad front (east) and south facades with the original stone framing of the entrance in the angled southeast corner, windows in arched openings (second floor) and rectilinear openings (third floor) with pressed tin hood moulding and stone accenting, pair of thin metal bands between the second and third floors, band of brick corbelling and metal-clad entablature; and
3) rear (west) facade with arched and rectilinear window openings.

With the following interior elements:
1) wood handrail and volume of the main (west) staircase; and
2) central main level vault.  
Oct. 11, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 594 N/A Allman Block With the following exterior elements:
1) the east-facing building located mid-block on Main Street and part of an historic streetscape; and
2) ornate roof with metal pediment, carved keystone and signage reading "Allman Block"

With the following interior elements:
1) ornamental tin ceiling on the ground and second floors;
2) entrance foyer in the southeast corner;
3) main staircase including wood and tin accenting;
4) original wood accenting in the hallways and offices on the second and third floors;
5) period doors with original hardware and glass; and
6) skylight on the third floor  
Nov. 27, 2014 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 596 N/A Guest Block With the following exterior elements:
1) three-storey common clay brick building with flat roof located mid-block on the west side of Main Street north of Alexander Avenue, its main facade facing east onto Main Street, its north and south facades hidden by neighbouring buildings and its west facade facing the back lane;
2) the front (east) facade with brick pilasters on the second and third floors, second storey windows in rectilinear openings with continuous stone sills and stone heads, third storey windows in arched openings with stone lug sills and keystones and brick drip moulding, brick accenting in spandrels between second and third floor openings and corbelled brick, rusticated stone band and raised stone capped parapet at the roofline; and
3) the visible portion of the rear (west) facade with windows in arched openings

With the following interior elements:
1) volume and finishes of central staircase;
2) metal-clad sliding fire doors on the second and third floors; a nd
3) skylights.  
Oct. 11, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 598 N/A Guest Block With the following exterior elements:
1) three-storey common clay brick building with flat roof located mid-block on the west side of Main Street north of Alexander Avenue, its main facade facing east onto Main Street, its north and south facades hidden by neighbouring buildings and its west facade facing the back lane;
2) the front (east) facade with brick pilasters on the second and third floors, second storey windows in rectilinear openings with continuous stone sills and stone heads, third storey windows in arched openings with stone lug sills and keystones and brick drip moulding, brick accenting in spandrels between second and third floor openings and corbelled brick, rusticated stone band and raised stone capped parapet at the roofline; and
3) the visible portion of the rear (west) facade with windows in arched openings

With the following interior elements:
1) volume and finishes of central staircase;
2) metal-clad sliding fire doors on the second and third floors; a nd
3) skylights.  
Oct. 11, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 600 N/A McKerchar Block With the following exterior elements:
1) three-storey common clay brick building with flat roof located mid-block on the west side of Main Street north of Alexander Avenue, its main facade facing east onto Main Street, its south facade hidden by a neighbouring building, its north facade facing a surface parking lot and its west facade facing the back lane;
2) its main (east) facade with second storey with paired and attached columns with brick bases and heads and paired windows in rectilinear openings with continuous stone sills and stone heads, third storey windows in arched openings and stone lug sills and the spandrels with ornamental brickwork and the flat roof with corbelled brick and stone accenting and a flagpole;
3) the north facade with third storey windows in arched openings; and
4) the rear (west) facade with arched window openings on all floors, loading and entrance doors and open metal fire escape.

With the following interior elements:
1) volume, finishes and s kylight of north side staircase;
2) wood and glass finishes of central hallways; and
3) ornamental tin ceilings on ground and second floor.  
Oct. 11, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 611 N/A Corbett Block With the following exterior elements:
1) two-storey brick and stone building with a flat roof located mid-block on the east side of Main Street between Logan Avenue and Disraeli Freeway, its main façade facing west onto Main Street, its south façade hidden by the neighbouring building, its north façade facing an empty lot (surface parking) and the rear (east) façade facing onto a back lane;
2) the red brick front (west) with recessed ground floor entrances flanked by large display windows in rectilinear openings and a centrally-located entrance to the upper floor, second storey windows in rectilinear openings with sandstone lug sills, radiating brick heads, brick pilasters that finish with ornamental heads above the roofline finished with corbelled brick and a sandstone date stone; and
3) exposed portion of the original rear (east) façade (south end) with its windows and doors in arched and rectilinear openings

With the following interior elements:< br />1) none  
April 12, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 661 N/A Calder (Kaplan) Building With the following exterior elements:
1) two-storey brick building with flat roof located mid-block on the east side of Main Street north of Logan Avenue, its main facade facing west onto Main Street, its north and south facades hidden by neighbouring buildings and its east facade facing the back lane; and
2) second storey windows in rectilinear openings with stone heads and sills and corbelled brick above.

With the following interior elements:
1) none.  
April 17, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 662 N/A Bell Hotel With the following exterior elements:
1) four-storey common clay brick building with flat roof located mid-block on the west side of Main Street between Logan and Higgins avenues, its main façades facing east onto Main Street and south onto a lane, its north façade partially hidden by a neighbouring building and its west façade facing the back lane;
2) original elements of the front (east) façade, the centrally-located main entrance, metal entablature above the ground floor openings, upper storey windows in rectilinear openings with lug sills, radiating heads and keystones, metal balconies, complete entablature with heavy overhanging metal cornice and neon sign;
3) the south façade with its raised rusticated stone base, ground floor brick walls, upper storey windows in rectilinear openings with lug sills, radiating heads and keystones and complete entablature with heavy overhanging metal cornice;
4) the visible portion of the north façade with angl ed window wells; and
5) the rear (west) façade with its window and doors in rectilinear openings

With the following interior elements:
1) none  
April 12, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 667 III Alloway and Champion Bank     July 28, 1986 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 669 II Lighthouse Mission (Zimmerman Block)     July 28, 1986 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 678 II Dominion Bank Building With the following interior elements:
1) Main floor banking hall volume of space, skylight and layout; and
2) second floor layout and finishes including woodwork, transoms, mouldings  
Feb. 27, 2007 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 765 III CPR Post Office Building With the following exterior elements:
1) the rectangular warehouse with primary façades facing north and south and its relationship/proximity to the railway to the south;
2) the raised concrete foundation with red brick superstructure featuring pilasters and decorative panels between the second and third storey windows;
3) regularly placed multi-pane steel windows with centre hoppers on the north and south façades, concrete lug sills and dark brick soldier-course lintels; and
4) warehouse function shown through loading door openings on the north, south and east façades, metal canopy on the north façade, and loading rails throughout

With the following interior elements:
1) original staircase and finishes;
2) exposed concrete columns with mushroom capitals;
3) original wood loading door; and
4) angled beams and 2x4-on-end ceiling structure of the third floor  
May 7, 2012 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 1386 III Merchant's Bank     June 3, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
Main Street 1637 II Inkster House (Bleak House)     Sept. 22, 1980 Long Report Short Report Map
Maple Street 56 II Fire Hall No. 3 With the following interior elements:
1) interior finishes and partitions;
2) tin ceilings  
Jan. 28, 1991 Long Report Short Report Map
Market Avenue 112 III Great West Saddlery Warehouse     May 14, 1990 Long Report Short Report Map
Market Avenue 113 II Great West Saddlery Building     Nov. 18, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
Market Avenue 136 III Marshall-Wells Building With the following interior elements:
1) capitals on the main floor  
May 11, 1987 Long Report Short Report Map
Market Avenue 180 II Playhouse Theatre With the following interior elements:
1) foyer; and
2) concert hall except ceiling  
Jan. 5, 1981 Long Report Short Report Map
Masson Street 210 II St. Boniface Normal School (Residence Langevin) With the following interior elements:
1) all wood paneling on ground floor;
2) fire place on ground floor; and
3) wooden stairway between ground and 2nd floor  
Sept. 11, 1989 Long Report Short Report Map
Mayfair Avenue 159 III John Duncan McArthur House With the following exterior elements:
1) the south-facing brick building resting on a raised, rough-cut stone foundation located mid-block on Mayfair Avenue;
2) ornate wrap-around porch with paired wooden columns on tall stone bases and robust limestone steps;
3) the rounded, two-storey bay windows topped by deep, curved eaves and rough-cut stone accenting of the front (south) façade;
4) raised section between the bay windows with its modified Swan's Neck pediment; and
5) west-facing stained-glass piano window  
Oct. 2, 2008 Long Report Short Report Map
McBeth Street 31 III McBeth House (previously Lot 33, Red River Blvd.)     June 3, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 165 III Galpern (Porter) Building     June 24, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 171 III Dawson Richardson Building     July 15, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 173 III Grange Building     July 15, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 175 III Toronto Type Foundry Building     Aug. 29, 1988 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 177 III T. W. Taylor Building     July 15, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 179 III W. F. Alloway Building     June 24, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 212 N/A Lake of the Woods Building With the following interior elements:
1) main floor staircase and woodwork;
2) fireplace on second floor; and
3) stained glass window  
Sept. 4, 2003 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 214 II Criterion Hotel With the following interior elements:
1) ground floor lobby  
Apr. 21, 1981 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 216 N/A Leckie Building With the following exterior elements:
1) three-storey brick and stone building with flat roof on the south side of McDermot Avenue, its north facade facing McDermot Avenue, its east and west facades hidden by neighbouring buildings and its rear (south) facade facing a back lane and partially hidden by a 1970s addition;
2) its main (north) façade with second and third floors with windows and transoms in rectilinear openings, stone sills and heads, ornamental brickwork in spandrels, corbelled brick and stone-capped parapet with carved stone date stone; and
3) arched openings on the second and third floors of the south facade.

With the following interior elements:
1) none.  
July 4, 2017 N/A N/A Map
McDermot Avenue 221 II Bate Building With the following interior elements:
1) public areas  
May 19, 1981 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 245 II Stovel Block (Kay Building)     Nov. 16, 1998 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 246 III Sures Building     Dec. 5, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 250 II Merchant's Building With the following exterior elements:
1) the rectangular plan of the warehouse with prominent façades fronting Arthur Street and McDermot Avenue;
2) exposed, roughly-dressed limestone block base with buff brick superstructure divided into bays by giant-order brick pilasters; paired square-headed window openings throughout, with limestone lug sills and lintels, save the multi-paned industrial style windows of south elevation;
3) corbelling atop fourth floor windows;
4) two square headed doorways on the north façade, and three round-arched openings on the west elevation, one being the east/west dray way; and
5) details including a corbelled brick cornice, metal fire escapes on the west and south elevations, painted signage on the rear (south) and east façades, flagpole atop, some decorative wood sashes, limestone steps at northwest entrance, etc.

With the following interior elements:
1) plank wood floors throughout;
2) some exposed brick w alls;
3) vestibules off McDermot entrances;
4) high ceilings with ornamental tin panels;
5) some exposed cast-iron columns with splayed capitals and some exposed timber posts; and
6) wooden balustrades with some carved spindles  
Feb. 26, 2008 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 281 III Bedford Building     Dec. 5, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 288 III Allen Building     May 11, 1987 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 290 III Glengarry Block     May 11, 1987 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 296 II Daylite Building     Mar. 30, 1987 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 317 N/A Miller, Morse and Company Building With the following exterior elements:
1) five-storey brick and stone building with flat roof located on the northeast corner of McDermot Avenue and Adelaide Street, its main façades facing south onto McDermot Avenue and west onto Adelaide Street, its north façade now covered by a large 1950s-era addition, which also faces north onto Bannatyne Avenue and its east façade facing the back lane;
2) McDermot Avenue façade with its rusticated stone base with basement windows in rectilinear openings, centrally placed entrance with smooth-cut stone ornamental arched frame, common clay brick walls, windows in arched openings on the ground and fifth floors (all with stone keystones) and rectilinear openings on the second to fourth floors, all with stone lug sills, stone belt courses below the second and fifth storey windows and corbelled brick accenting below the fifth floor windows and at the roof line, which features raised elements at the southeast, southwest and northwest corner s;
3) Adelaide Street façade with its rusticated stone base with basement windows in rectilinear openings, ground floor windows and doors in arched openings (windows, doors and raised loading doors), with smooth-cut stone frames or oversized stone keystones, common clay brick walls, windows in arched openings on the fifth floor with stone keystones and rectilinear openings on the second to fourth floors, all with stone lug sills, stone belt courses below the second and fifth storey windows and corbelled brick accenting below the fifth floor windows and at the roof line and two open metal fire escapes;
4) east façade with its windows in rectilinear openings with stone lug sills on all floors, rusticated stone cladding at grade and several raised loading doors; and
5) the plain brick walls of the north, east and west façades of the 1954 addition with windows in thin rectilinear openings on all floors, an overhead door on the north façade and a raised loading door in th e east façade.

With the following interior elements:
1) heavy timber mill structural system;
2) original metal-clad sliding fire doors at staircase doors; and
3) concrete structural system in north addition.  
Feb. 22, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
McDermot Avenue 321 III Western Glove Works     Oct. 26, 1987 Long Report Short Report Map
McMillan Avenue 758 II Anvers Apartments With the following interior elements:
1) original finishes of the hallways including doors, windows and stair detail  
Mar. 1, 1994 Long Report Short Report Map
Meade Street N 140 I Ross House Museum     Aug. 11, 1980 Long Report Short Report Map
Mount Royal Road 0 III Silver Heights Gates (Mount Royal Rd. at Traill Ave.)     May 23, 1995 Long Report Short Report Map
Notre Dame Avenue 213 II Electric Railway Chambers With the following interior elements:
1) main floor lobby including mezzanine and offices  
Aug. 24, 1987 Long Report Short Report Map
Notre Dame Avenue 224 N/A Argyle Block With the following exterior elements:
1) four-storey brick and stone building with flat roof located mid-block on the south side of Notre Dame Avenue, its main facades facing north onto Notre Dame Avenue and south onto Garry Street and its east and west facades hidden by the neighbouring buildings;
2) the Notre Dame façade with its upper floors divided into two bays by single and paired brick pilasters with carved stone heads and bases, rectilinear window openings with stone sills and heads on the second and third floors and arched openings on the fourth floor topped by arched brickwork and large metal bracket-like keystones, a complete metal entablature engraved with the word "ARGYLE" and a heavy overhanging cornice;
3) the Garry Street façade with its upper storeys divided into three bays, the east bay holding doors for the open metal fire escape, the other bays with paired windows, rectilinear on the second and third floors and arched on the fourth floor,, oversized metal keyst ones, a complete metal entablature engraved with the word "ARGYLE" and a heavy overhanging cornice; and
4) light wells in the west wall

With the following interior elements:
1) the third and fourth floors with side hallways with doors and transoms, glass/wood fire escape vestibules, suites, common bathrooms, murphy beds and decorative wood finishes  
Sept. 20, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Notre Dame Avenue 228 II Lindsay Building With the following interior elements:
1) bronze doors in lobby; and
2) marble walls and staircase off the main foyer  
Aug. 29, 1988 Long Report Short Report Map
Notre Dame Avenue 235 III St. Charles Hotel     Mar. 24, 1986 Long Report Short Report Map
Notre Dame Avenue 265 III Greater Winnipeg Gas Company Building     Mar. 28, 1988 Long Report Short Report Map
Osborne Street 40 II Roslyn Court Apartments With the following interior elements:
1) public hallways including stained glass windows and wood flooring;
2) entrance doors;
3) original woodwork;
4) elevator; and
5) covered walkway in interior courtyard  
Nov. 16, 1998 Long Report Short Report Map
Osborne Street 524 N/A Fire Hall No. 15 With the following exterior elements:
1) multi-storey building facing west with main façade fronting Osborne Street on the southeast corner of Arnold Avenue;
2) boxy, rectangular, structure with a heavily rusticated raised limestone base and common clay brick superstructure with prominent hip roof;
3) front (west) façade with arched personnel entrance at north end topped by plaque with the words "FIRE STATION NO 15", large equipment doors on the ground floor and second storey oriel window; and
4) hose drying tower in the northeast corner with recessed windows with stone accenting, ornamental brickwork, brick drip moulding with limestone keystones, arched windows with limestone keystones on the top level, heavy overhanging metal cornice and brick and stone crenelated parapet

With the following interior elements:
1) volume of the ground floor equipment space, ornamental tin ceiling (covered) and tile wall cladding; and
2) main (northwest) entrance foye r with metal, stone and wood staircase and tile walls  
Dec. 10, 2014 Long Report Short Report Map
Pacific Avenue 145 III Smart Bag Company Building With the following exterior elements:
Unless otherwise noted, all exterior elements pertain to all three main elevations, north, south and east-
1) the north, south and east facing reinforced concrete warehouse;
2) the rusticated stone-clad base and dark brick upper floor cladding with stone accenting;
3) the stone belt course above the fourth floor windows and the stone copping;
4) original industrial sash windows on all levels including raised, square-headed basement openings, large ground floor elements and arched fourth floor windows with stone keystones;
5) main entrances (two on the north façade and one on the south façade) featuring bull's eye windows above doors recessed in rusticated and smooth-cut ashlar, prominent surrounds and keystones; and
6) the deeply recessed square-headed loading bays on the south façade

With the following interior elements:
1) the columns with mushroom capitals on all levels  
Jan. 28, 2009 Long Report Short Report Map
Pavilion Crescent 55 II Assiniboine Park Pavilion Including pergola and lily pond and with the following interior elements:
1) original features of main and second floors  
Apr. 5, 1982 Long Report Short Report Map
Pembina Highway 3514 III House (Former 931 Avenue De L'Eglise)     Apr. 16, 1984 Long Report Short Report Map
Pembina Highway 3514 III McDougall House (formerly in Lorette, MB)     Oct. 31, 1988 Long Report Short Report Map
Pioneer Avenue 149 N/A Scott-Bathgate Building With the following exterior elements:
1) five-storey brick and stone building located on the northwest corner of Pioneer Avenue and Westbrook Street, its main facades facing south onto Pioneer Avenue and east onto Westbrook Street, its west facade facing a surface parking lot and its rear (north) facade facing a lane;
2) the south facade with its raised rusticated stone base with small basement windows and ground floor windows and door in arched openings, its corbelled brick belt course, upper floors with windows with stone accenting in rectilinear openings on floors 2 to 4, and arched on the top floor and a flat roof with corbelled brick accenting and painted signage;
3) the east facade with ground floor windows and raised loading doors in arched openings and upper storey windows in arched openings and painted signage;
4) the west facade with its painted signage; and
5) the north facade with its raised loading platform, windows and doors in arched openings throughout and metal fire escapes.

With the following interior elements:
1) heavy timber mill structural system; and
2) examples of ornamental tin ceiling.  
June 6, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
Plinguet Street 552 III St. Boniface Waterworks Water Tower     June 26, 2001 Long Report Short Report Map
Plinguet Street 598 II Greater Winnipeg Water District Railway Station     Nov. 10, 1995 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 138 N/A Jacob-Crawley Building (Keewayden Block) With the following exterior elements:
1) seven-storey brick and concrete building with flat roof located on the south side of Portage Avenue, its main façade facing north onto Portage Avenue, its east and west façades facing parking lots and its south façade facing a back lane and parking lot;
2) the front (north) façade with small basement windows in rectilinear openings, a centrally-located raised entrance, wide brick pilasters dividing the upper floors into five bays, upper storey windows in rectilinear openings with wide concrete spandrels, a modest cornice beneath the seventh storey windows and a complete entablature at the roofline with the word "KEEWAYDEN" in the frieze;
3) the west and east façades with rectilinear window openings on all floors; and
4) the rear (south) façade with windows in rectilinear openings featuring wide concrete spandrels, brick pilasters and raised loading doors.

With the following interior elements:< br />1) concrete structural system.
 
Feb. 22, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 233 II Curry Building     Nov. 16, 1998 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 234 II Oldfield, Kirby, Gardner Building With the following interior elements:
1) Foyer - brass doors, staircase;
2) Main floor - volume of the banking hall complete with attached pilasters, ceiling details, and banking hall offices including the office in the southeast corner with the built-in cabinet and fireplace;
3) Second floor - arched ceiling, skylight; and
4) Vaults  
Oct. 5, 2004 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 259 II Paris Building With the following interior elements:
1) main floor  
Jan. 5, 1981 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 271 III Hample Building With the following exterior elements:
1) the south-facing three-storey brick-faced building located mid-block on Portage Avenue;
2) the (south) façade with three bays; the second floor featuring three-lite square-head windows, and the third floor featuring three-lite segmental-arched windows, all with top lights and decorative spandrels;
3) brick detailing including decorative window surrounds, medallions inset in decorative panels along the roofline and quoined edges; and
4) painted signage on the rear (north) façade  
Nov. 25, 2008 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 276 II Birks Building     Oct. 26, 1999 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 283 N/A Sterling Bank Building With the following exterior elements:
1) eight-storey brick and terra cotta building with flat roof located at the northwest corner of Portage Avenue and Smith Street, its main facades facing south onto Portage Avenue and east onto Smith Street, its west facade partially hidden by the neighbouring building, and its north facing the back lane;
2) the front (south) facade with terra cotta cladding on the main and mezzanine levels, terra cotta entablature, upper storeys with brick cladding with deep grooves, rectilinear window openings with terra cotta sills, a terra cotta entablature with decorative carved shields below the eighth floor windows and a roofline with entablature with oversized brackets and heavy overhanging cornice;
3) the east facade with its continuation of the design/cladding of the front (south) facade;
4) the west facade with its southern-most portion a continuation of the design/cladding of the front (south) facade, painted signage and window well; and
5) the rear (n orth) facade with windows in rectilinear openings and metal fire escape.

With the following interior elements:
1) marble accenting, terrazzo floors and original millwork in hallways;
2) staircase; and
3) basement safe.  
April 11, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 315 II Mitchell-Copp Building     Nov. 25, 1997 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 354 III Carlton Building (Holt Renfrew Building)     Sept. 10, 2002 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 384 III Boyd Building Exterior terra cotta to be preserved   Nov. 4, 1981 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 410 N/A Bradburn Block With the following exterior elements:
1) three-storey brick and stone building with flat roof located at the southeast corner of Kennedy Street, its main façades facing north onto Portage Avenue and west onto Kennedy Street, its east façade facing a vacant lot and its south façade facing the back lane; and
2) the front (north) and west façades with their wide bands of stone above the commercial signage, the second floor with continuous stone sills, brick pilasters and windows in rectilinear openings, and corbelled brick, metal cornice and stone accented brick parapet at the roofline.

With the following interior elements:
1) none  
Jan. 25, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 426 III Bank of Montreal     July 17, 1989 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 428 N/A Power Building With the following exterior elements:
1) six-storey stone clad building with flat roof located at the southeast corner of Portage Avenue and Vaughan Street, its main facade facing north onto Portage Avenue and west onto Vaughan Street, its east facade partially hidden by the neighbouring building and its south facade facing the back lane;
2) its main (north) facade divided into five bays, a recessed doorway with stepped pointed arch frame at the east end, the upper floors with stepped stone pilasters with stylized lettering and designs on the fifth and sixth floors, paired rectilinear window openings on each floor and flat roofline finished by the raised, squared heads of the pilasters;
3) its Vaughan Street facade (west) with its stepped pilasters, paired windows in rectilinear openings on the upper floors and flat roof with raised, squared pilaster heads;
4) the visible uninterrupted brick wall of the east elevation; and
5) its rear (south) facade with common clay brick walls and w indows in rectilinear openings on all floors.

With the following interior elements:
1) metal and wood finishes of the mid-building staircase.  
Feb. 22, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 515 II Wesley Hall, University of Winnipeg With the following interior elements:
1) Convocation hall;
2) Main entrance hallway and stairwell; and
3) Manitoba College stained glass  
May 1, 2001 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 644 II Casa Loma Building With the following interior elements:
1) Sherbrook Street entrance vestibule and adjacent stairs & wainscoting; and
2) Murphy beds  
Mar. 2, 2004 Long Report Short Report Map
Portage Avenue 3180 III William Brown House With the following interior elements:
1) interior layout and original elements  
Feb. 1, 2000 Long Report Short Report Map
Preston Avenue 828 III Rothesay Apartments With the following interior elements:
1) main foyer including miniature wall paintings  
Mar. 25, 1991 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 33 II Peck Building     Apr. 16, 1984 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 44 III Ryan Block     Sept. 22, 1998 N/A Short Report Map
Princess Street 54 N/A Del Block Annex With the following exterior elements:
1) two-storey building with flat roof occupying its mid-block location, its main façade facing east onto Princess Street, its north and south walls facing neighbouring buildings and the rear façade facing west onto the back lane; and
2) front (east) façade divided into five bays by pilasters, all but one on the ground floor holding a door and large window in arched openings and all holding two windows in arched opening on the second floor.

With the following interior elements:
1) none  
Sept. 21, 2015 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 62 N/A Del Block With the following exterior elements:
1) two-storey building with flat roof occupying its mid-block location, its main façade facing east onto Princess Street, its north and south walls facing neighbouring buildings and the rear façade facing west onto the back lane; and
2) front (east) façade divided into four bays by pilasters, all holding a door and large window in arched openings on the ground floor and two windows in square headed opening on the second floor and finished with a band of corbelled brick

With the following interior elements:
1) none  
Sept. 21, 2015 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 70 N/A Bole Drug Company Warehouse With the following exterior elements:
1) five-storey brick and stone building with a flat roof, with its main façade facing east onto Princess Street, side façades facing south (partially covered by its neighbour) and north, facing the south wall of the neighbouring building and the rear façade facing west onto a back lane;
2) the front (east) façade with its main floor rusticated stone cladding and smooth-cut attached pillars with modest stone capitals, large display windows and entrance at north end, the wide smooth-cut stone band and modest cornice below the second storey windows, the second and third storeys divided into five bays, the two outer featuring windows in rectilinear openings with stone sills and wide stone heads and the middle bays with paired windows in rectilinear openings with stone sills and wide stone heads, the fourth floor with outer bays holding windows in rectilinear openings with stone sills, radiating brick heads and corbelled brick hoods, the inner bays with windows in arched openings with connected brick moulding, a band of brick corbelling leading to the fifth floor with outer bays featuring circular window openings and middle bays with paired windows in rectilinear openings with stone sills and brick accenting, a wide band of brick corbelling leading to the stepped brick and stone parapet with central signage panel;
3) the uninterrupted brick south façade, partially hidden by the neighbouring two-storey building with painted signage; and
4) the rear (west) façade with windows in rectilinear openings with radiating brick arches and stone lug sills and metal fire escape

With the following interior elements:
1) heavy timber mill structural system;
2) basement safe with painted door;
3) passenger elevator elements;
4) original staircase elements; dumbwaiter with original machinery; and
5) ornamental tin ceiling on second floor  
Sept. 21, 2015 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 72 III I.O.O.F. Hall     Sept. 8, 1986 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 78 III Earn International Building (formerly Mackenzie and Powis Warehouse, 78-84 Princess St.)     Aug. 24, 1998 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 78 III Earn International Building (formerly Miller, Morse Warehouse, 86-88 Princess St.)     Aug. 24, 1998 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 92 II Adelman Building     Sept. 12, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 104 III Warehouse     June 18, 1984 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 110 II Sterling Cloak Building (Fairchild Building) With the following interior elements:
1) glass foyer; and
2) cast iron columns  
May 29, 1985 N/A Short Report Map
Princess Street 121 III Miller and Richard Type Foundery Building With the following interior elements:
1) entrance way  
Mar. 2, 1999 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 146 III Drake Hotel     June 18, 1979 N/A Short Report Map
Princess Street 150 III House of Comoy     June 18, 1979 N/A Short Report Map
Princess Street 154 III Hochman Building     June 18, 1979 N/A Short Report Map
Princess Street 160 II Exchange Building With the following interior elements:
1) third floor  
June 18, 1979 N/A Short Report Map
Princess Street 164 II Utility Building     June 18, 1979 N/A Short Report Map
Princess Street 188 N/A Carnefac Block With the following exterior elements:
1) two-storey brick and stone building with a flat roof located mid-block on the west side of Princess Street, its main façade facing east onto Princess Street, its north façade partially hidden by the neighbouring building, its south façade facing a back lane and its rear façade facing west and partially hidden by the neighbouring building;
2) front (east) façade with its windows in arched openings with stone lug sills and radiating brick heads on the second floor and a band of ornamental brickwork leading to the plain brick parapet; and
3) the south façade with its windows in arched openings with stone lug sills and radiating brick heads on both floors and the continuation of the roofline ornamentation at its east end.

With the following interior elements:
1) original elevator; and
2) heavy timber mill structural system  
Sept. 21, 2015 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 200 N/A Toronto Hide & Wool Company Building With the following exterior elements:
1) one-storey brick and stone building with flat roof located on the south side of Ross Avenue, its main facade facing north onto Ross avenue, its east and west facades hidden by additions and its south facade facing the back lane; and
2) the front (north) facade with its rusticated stone base, common clay brick walls, large windows and door in rectilinear openings, rusticated stone belt courses, brick patchwork patterning above openings, brick pilasters finished with pyramidal shaped stone caps above the flat, stone capped roofline

With the following interior elements:
1) none  
Jan. 17, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 230 III Frost and Wood Warehouse With the following interior elements:
1) post and beam structural system;
2) unique construction on the underside of the floors; and
3) skylight in the stairwell  
Sept. 10, 2002 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 242,244,246 II Bathgate Block     Nov. 30, 2004 Long Report Short Report Map
Princess Street 300 N/A Canadian Fairbanks Morse Company Warehouse With the following exterior elements:
1) four-storey dark brick and stone building with a flat roof located on the southwest corner of Henry Avenue, its main facades facing east onto Princess Street and north onto Henry Avenue, its south façade facing a vacant lot (surface parking) and its rear façade facing west onto a back lane;
2) symmetrical front (east) and north facades with their windows in arched openings (ground floor) and centrally-located entrance set in an arched, terra cotta frame (east façade), the upper three floors divided by wide brick pilasters with stone accenting at the second floor and terra cotta geometric designs above the fourth floor openings, paired upper storey windows in rectilinear openings concrete sills and the flat roof with raised pilasters projecting above the roofline and lightly-hued terra cotta capping;
3) painted signage on both sides of the northeast corner;
4) the south façade with dark brick on the top floor; and
5) the rear (west) façade with its raised, uncovered loading platform running the entire width of the structure, metal fire escapes, exposed concrete structural elements, windows in rectilinear openings and painted signage.

With the following interior elements:
1) wood grill on the freight elevator.  
March 17, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
Pritchard Avenue 591 II Ukrainian Labour Temple With the following interior elements:
1) auditorium including the stage curtain  
Sept. 30, 1997 N/A Short Report Map
Provencher Boulevard 219 II St. Boniface City Hall With the following interior elements:
1) main floor;
2) second floor;
3) stairway (from basement to 3rd floor); and
4) tower  
Nov. 2, 1981 Long Report Short Report Map
Provencher Boulevard 265 III Maison Bernier     Nov. 29, 1989 Long Report Short Report Map
Provencher Boulevard 407 III Belgian Club With the following interior elements:
1) all tin ceilings  
Jan. 5, 1999 N/A Short Report Map
Provencher Boulevard   II Belgian War Memorial     Apr. 4, 1995 Long Report Short Report Map
Qu'Appelle Avenue 366 II Warwick Apartments With the following interior elements:
1) interior court yard  
Aug. 22, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
Regent Avenue W 141 III Transcona Municipal Offices     July 14, 1980 Long Report Short Report Map
River Avenue 141 III Ludlow Court Apartments With the following interior elements:
1) two-storey veranda with metal spiral staircase  
Sept. 12, 2005 Long Report Short Report Map
River Avenue 300 II Congress Apartments With the following interior elements:
1) stained glass windows; and
2) main staircase (basement to 3rd floor)  
Nov. 21, 1988 Long Report Short Report Map
River Avenue 444 II Augustine United Church With the following exterior elements:
1) the north-facing church located on River Avenue;
2) complex rectangular plan with Guild Hall/Sunday School building attached to the south end, squared bell tower with metal-clad spire in northeast corner, attached corner turret with conical roof, finial and slender stone spires in southwest corner;
3) the steep and complex gabled and cross-gabled roof structure;
4) exposed, roughly-dressed limestone cladding and buttresses with smooth-cut limestone accenting; and
5) pointed arch openings throughout featuring stained- and leaded-glass windows with delicate wooden tracery on the front (north), east and west elevations

With the following interior elements:
1) formal Auditorium plan featuring a raised choir loft at the south end of the sanctuary with pipe organ, wood plank floors sloping down to the front of the Sanctuary, curved wooden pews placed in radiating rows, and a U-shaped upper gallery along the north, east and west wa lls supported by delicate columns;
2) high ceilings with ribbed plaster, coved transepts and decorative medallion screens; and
3) curved staircases in northeast and northwest corners with decorative wood balustrades and newel posts  
Oct. 2, 2008 Long Report Short Report Map
Rorie Street 65 III Northern Electric Building     Apr. 1, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
Roslyn Road 6 III Lilly Apartments     Feb. 16, 1987 Long Report Short Report Map
Roslyn Road 36 III J.C. Falls House     Apr. 5, 1994 Long Report Short Report Map
Roslyn Road 229 II Nanton Estate gates     Sept. 14, 1981 Long Report Short Report Map
Ruines Du Monastere 100 II Guest House     May 7, 1980 Long Report Short Report Map
Rupert Avenue 221 III Salvation Army Citadel     Oct. 19, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
Rupertsland Boulevard 115 I Seven Oaks Museum     Mar. 17, 1997 N/A Short Report Map
Ruskin Row 29 II R.R. Scott House With design review required for the original main floor staircase, fireplaces, stained glass windows and ornamental plasterwork   Mar. 9, 1992 Long Report Short Report Map
Salter Street 500 II St. John's Branch Library With the following exterior elements:
1) the east-facing one-storey structure on the northwest corner of Salter Street and Machray Avenue surrounded by a metal fence;
2) boxy, rectangular plan featuring a raised stone foundation interrupted by square openings and a brick superstructure;
3) centrally located arched entrance accessed by two sets of stone stairs and including unfluted columns, pediment, fan light and metal overhead light fixture;
4) two inscribed tablets set in arched recessed frames located on either side of the main entrance and two circular windows with ornamental muntins and limestone keystones framing the entrance and one in the front facing gable dormer;
5) large rectangular windows with stone lug sills and stone and brick radiating arches; and
6) coloured geometric tile shapes and ornamental brickwork located below the overhanging cornice on all four façades

With the following interior elements:
1) volume of space on the main floor and the two fireplaces, original wood shelving, wood finishes and mezzanine;
2) metal staircase and dumbwaiter in the staff area; and
3) wood finishes on the basement staircases and landing area as well as the vault and small storage closets under the staircases  
Feb. 8, 2011 Long Report Short Report Map
Sargent Avenue 845 N/A No. 5 Firehall With the following exterior elements:
1) multi-storey building facing south with main façade fronting Sargent Avenue on the northwest corner of Burnell Street;
2) boxy, rectangular, structure with a low rusticated limestone base and common clay brick superstructure;
3) front (south) façade with four large arched equipment doors all topped by brick drip moulding and stone keystones, personnel entrance at east end topped by brick drip moulding and a stone keystone at a stone sign with the words "FIRE STATION NO. 5", a round bricked in opening with stone keystones at the four compass points, a front facing gable with a set of three square headed windows and a prominent hip roof; and
4) hose drying tower in the northeast corner with projecting brick corners, square headed windows with stone lug sills and heads and brick drip moulding with stone keystones, modest brick belt course, and an upper portion with pairs of arched windows with brick drip moulding and keystones on each side and corbelled brick leading to the heavy overhanging cornice and crenellated brick and stone parapet

With the following interior elements:
1) volume of the ground floor equipment space, ornamental tin ceiling tile wall cladding and fireman's pole; and
2) second floor main hallway with wood baseboards and ornamental tin ceiling and metal and wood staircase to the attic  
Dec. 10, 2014 Long Report Short Report Map
Scotia Street 442 III Marymound School (St. Agnes Priory) With the following exterior elements:
1) large rectangular west-facing Italianate style building with buff brick superstructure;
2) west facade with a projecting central tower featuring a recessed-arch entrance;
3) south facade with raised, projecting brick entrance flanked by stairs to the east and west, and accented with smooth-cut stone columns, brick drip mould, stone coping on the gable roof, with a stone cross at the peak; other facade detailing including a stone statue set within a niche;
4) window openings throughout including square-headed main floor windows, paired and arched second floor windows under a decorative brick arch, flanking an engaged stone column with stone sills, simple arched windows on the third floor; and
5) details throughout including patterned brickwork at the cornice, brick buttresses with stone heads and bases, stone belt courses, etc.

With the following interior elements:
1) entire front stairwell and wood finishes; and
2) or namental finishes and stained glass of the second storey chapel area  
July 9, 2012 Long Report Short Report Map
Scotia Street 442 II Leacock House With the following exterior elements:
1) irregular buff brick and stone Queen Anne style structure with three main facades facing north, south and east;
2) the wrap around glazed porch;
3) the ornate brick chimney in the southeast corner with mosaic;
4) the wood window frames and sashes;
5) complex roof with windowed dormers; and
6) details including brick lintels, wood moulding along the eaves, brackets along the south elevation

With the following interior elements:
1) original tin ceilings, wood finishes, architectural detailing, original wood doors/frames and wood flooring on the ground floor;
2) entire volume of space and finishes of the main staircase; and
3) curved glass windows on the ground floor  
July 9, 2012 Long Report Short Report Map
Scott Street 137 III John C. Graham House     May 15, 1989 Long Report Short Report Map
Selkirk Avenue 541 N/A Merchant's Hotel (Steiman Block) With the following exterior elements:
1) the rectangular three-storey Classical Revival Style building located on a corner lot with two primary facades of Menominee brick;
2) the largely original upper floors of the south and east facades featuring symmetrical bays separated by pilasters, each containing a trio of double-hung windows, all topped by a modillioned cornice, decorative entablature and stepped parapet with stone coping;
3) the north (rear) and west facades much plainer in design;
4) the rectangular window openings throughout, many embellished with stone lug sills; and
5) details including a modest main floor pediment and cornice, south-facing flag pole and limestone accenting throughout.

With the following interior elements:
1) none  
Jan. 12, 2016 Long Report Short Report Map
Sherbrook Street 381 III Sherbrook Swimming Pool     June 26, 2001 Long Report Short Report Map
Sherburn Street 1150 II Principal Sparling School With the following interior elements:
1) centre hallways  
Dec. 17, 1993 Long Report Short Report Map
Sinclair Street 180 III Fire Hall No. 7     Aug. 30, 1994 Long Report Short Report Map
Smith Street 256 II Holy Trinity Church With the following exterior elements:
1) the west-facing church with its four lively architecturally significant façades and complex massing;
2) roughly-dressed and smooth-cut stone superstructure with elaborate detailing, including gothic motifs, turrets, buttresses, High Crosses, etc.;
3) pointed-arch windows throughout with fine tracery and hood moulding, save the clerestory windows; and
4) wood detailing on the bell tower in southwest corner, spire at the southeast corner and dormers on the north and south roof slopes, as well as around the west entrance

With the following interior elements:
1) volume of space and cruciform plan;
2) commanding ceiling featuring wood planking and hammer beams, with a wagon roof ceiling in the chancel;
3) 1920s era lighting, some wooden pews and the oak pulpit; and
4) details including pointed arch accenting, marble and stone columns, wainscoting, stained glass, period grilles and hardware, etc.  
June 24, 2008 Long Report Short Report Map
Smith Street 331 II Marlborough (Olympia) Hotel With the following interior elements:
1) tea room on mezzanine;
2) original stained glass windows;
3) main floor dining room;
4) main floor coffee shop;
5) 8th floor ballroom (1923); and
6) press club and fireplace in the basement  
Apr. 6, 1998 Long Report Short Report Map
Smith Street 364 I Walker Theatre     Feb. 18, 1991 Long Report Short Report Map
St Mary Avenue 353 N/A St. Mary's Cathedral With the following exterior elements:
1) brick and stone building located on the northwest corner of St. Mary Avenue and Hargrave Street, its main facade facing south onto St. Mary Avenue, its east facade facing Hargrave Street, its west facade facing greenspace and its north facade partially hidden by an addition;
2) its main (south) facade with ornamental brickwork, stone accenting, arched and pedimented openings and two corner towers;
3) its east and west facade with lower one-storey sections with thin, arched openings accented with stone flanking the two-storey central area with round window openings and corbelled brick below both sets of eaves and projecting two-storey entrances at the north ends;
4) the rear (north) facade, slightly shorter than the main building with tall, arched window openings and corbelled brick accenting; and
5) stained glass windows throughout.

With the following interior elements:
1) volume of space and ornamental finishes in the Cathedra l.  
April 11, 2017 Long Report Short Report Map
St Mary's Road 598 III St. Vital Fire Hall and Police Station     June 7, 1982 Long Report Short Report Map
Sutherland Avenue 119 III All People's Sutherland Mission     Sept. 7, 2004 Long Report Short Report Map
Tache Avenue 494 I Grey Nun's Convent (St. Boniface Museum)     Feb. 28, 1995 N/A Short Report Map
Talbot Avenue 325 III Firehall No. 8     Apr. 16, 1984 Long Report Short Report Map
The Promenade 0 III Oddfellow's Temple (former 293 Kennedy St.) Facade dismantled and rebuilt   Apr. 1, 1985 N/A N/A Map
Vaughan Street 290 III Public Press Building     Sept. 30, 1997 Long Report Short Report Map
Vaughan Street 301 II Y.M.C.A.     Sept. 16, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
Vaughan Street 310 II Isbister School With the following interior elements:
1) stairway balustrade;
2) wainscotting;
3) pressed tin ceiling; and
4) stained glass  
Oct. 6, 1982 N/A Short Report Map
Vaughan Street 340 III Raleigh Apartments     Feb. 1, 2005 Long Report Short Report Map
Victoria Avenue E 315 III E.J. Blais House With the following exterior elements:
1) the south-facing, 2½-storey frame single-family dwelling on a raised foundation with horizontal wood siding and metal roof

With the following interior elements:
1) pocket doors between the living room and dining room;
2) wood accenting on the main (east side) staircase;
3) wood moulding around windows and doors on the ground and second floors; and
4) hardwood floors on the ground and second floors  
Apr. 11, 2013 Long Report Short Report Map
Wardlaw Avenue 544 II Wardlaw (Wardlow) Apartments With the following interior elements:
1) front central staircase including foyer; and
2) original fireplaces  
Sept. 28, 1999 Long Report Short Report Map
Wardlaw Avenue 626 II DeBary (Highgate) Apartments With the following interior elements:
1) public hallways including stained glass windows and wood flooring;
2) entrance doors; and
3) original woodwork  
Nov. 16, 1998 Long Report Short Report Map
Wellington Crescent 393 III Fortune Residence     Oct. 22, 1984 Long Report Short Report Map
Wellington Crescent 529 II Khartum Temple (J. H. Ashdown House) With the following interior elements:
1) all ground floor finishes and central stairway;
2) stained glass windows; and
3) interior finishes on hallways on 2nd and 3rd floors  
Oct. 19, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
West Gate 20 II Cornish Library     Jan. 15, 1993 Long Report Short Report Map
West Gate 54 II Ralph Connor House With the following interior elements:
1) main floor interior; and
2) entrance foyer and circulation spaces  
June 20, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
West Gate 134 III Monk Residence     May 23, 1995 Long Report Short Report Map
Westminster Avenue 630 III Balmoral Hall School (former Sir J.A.M. Aikins House) With the following interior elements:
1) entire ground floor and stairwell; and
2) fireplaces on 2nd floor  
Sept. 28, 1999 Long Report Short Report Map
Westminster Avenue 745 II Westminster United Church With the following interior elements:
1) organ;
2) stained glass windows; and
3) interior volume of the sanctuary  
Mar. 9, 1992 Long Report Short Report Map
William Avenue 280 N/A Joseph Maw Block With the following exterior elements:
1) two-storey brick and stone building with a flat roof located at the southwest corner of William Avenue and King Street, its main facades facing north onto William Avenue and east onto King Street, the west façade hidden by the neighbouring building and the rear façade facing south onto the back lane;
2) front (north) façade with its windows and doors in rectilinear openings, the central entrance in stone frame with attached columns with stone bases and capitals, brick accenting at the corners, metal cornice below the inset and paired windows in rectilinear openings on the second floor with wide stone sills and metal cornice and stepped brick parapet;
3) the east façade which continues the design of the front façade and includes a door at the south end; and
4) the rear (south) façade with its centrally located door and windows in arched openings with stone lug sills on both floors

With the follo wing interior elements:
1) none  
Sept. 21, 2015 Long Report Short Report Map
William Avenue 284 N/A Winnipeg Saddlery Building With the following exterior elements:
1) two-storey brick and stone building with flat roof located mid-block on the south side of William Avenue between Princess and King streets, its main facades facing north onto William Avenue, its east façade hidden by the neighbouring building, its west façade partially hidden by the neighbouring building and its south façade facing a back lane;
2) the front (north) façade with its recessed, centrally located entrance and large plate glass display windows, modest metal cornice above and large rectilinear window openings with continuous stone sill and stone heads and unembellished roofline;
3) the uninterrupted brick wall that is the visible upper portion of the west façade; and
4) the rear (south) façade with windows and doors in arched openings on both floors

With the following interior elements:
1) none  
Sept. 21, 2015 Long Report Short Report Map
William Avenue 294 II Massey Building With the following interior elements:
1) pressed tin ceilings;
2) oak staircase and balustrade;
3) oak panelling and wainscotting;
4) exposed beams; and
5) any other original exposed woodwork  
Sept. 12, 1983 Long Report Short Report Map
William Avenue 315 N/A Tees and Persse Warehouse With the following exterior elements:
1) six-storey brick and stone building with flat roof located mid-block on the north side of William Avenue west of Princess Street, its main facades facing south onto William Avenue, its east façade facing into an atrium, its west and north facades partially hidden by neighbouring buildings;
2) the front (south) façade with its rusticated stone base and red Menominee brick superstructure, windows in rectilinear openings on all floors with smooth stone heads and continuous stone sills (second floor) and stone lug sills (all other floors), corbelled brick and stone-capped parapet;
3) the uninterrupted common clay brick wall with painted signage on west façade;
4) the common clay brick wall with windows in arched openings with stone lug sills and painted signage on the visible portion of the north wall; and
5) the east façade, now an interior element of the new education complex, with its windows and doors in arched o penings on all floors and painted signage

With the following interior elements:
1) heavy timber mill structural system; and
2) wood rails on all floors and machinery on top floor of the original elevator in middle of east elevation  
Sept. 21, 2015 Long Report Short Report Map
William Avenue 339 N/A Lauzon Block With the following exterior elements:
1) three-storey stone clad building with flat roof located mid-block on the north side of William Avenue west of Adelaide Street, its main façade facing south onto William Avenue, its east and west facades partially hidden by neighbouring buildings and its south façade facing a back lane;
2) its main (south) façade with its modest stone belt course above the ground floor, its large windows in rectilinear openings on the second and third floors and the flat roof embellished with a raised central section with swan's neck pediment above a carved panel with the words "LAUZONS" and "A.D. 1905";
3) its east and west facades with ground floors covered by neighbouring buildings, with windows in rectilinear openings on the upper two floors; and
4) its rear (north) façade with ground floor and second storey entrances, a fire escape of both wood and metal and numerous windows in rectilinear openings

With the following in terior elements:
1) main floor space with ornamental tin ceiling and wall coverings and high ceilings;
2) east side staircase with ornamental tin and wood detailing; and
3) high ceilings, doors and transoms of the second floor space  
Sept. 21, 2015 Long Report Short Report Map
William Avenue 380 II Carnegie Library With the following interior elements:
1) front two rooms on 1st and 2nd floors; and
2) fence  
July 30, 1984 Long Report Short Report Map
William Avenue 442 II Normal School     July 15, 1991 Long Report Short Report Map
William Avenue W 1466 N/A Fire Hall No. 9 With the following exterior elements:
1) multi-storey building facing north with main façade fronting William Avenue on the southeast corner of Cecil Street;
2) boxy, rectangular, structure with a low rusticated limestone base and common clay brick superstructure;
3) front (north) façade with three large arched equipment doors all topped by brick drip moulding and brick keystones, personnel entrance at west end topped by brick drip moulding and a metal sign with the words "FIRE STATION NO. 9", arched windows on the second floor with limestone lug sills and keystones, a front facing gable with a round bricked in opening with stone keystones at the four compass points and a prominent hip roof; and
4) hose drying tower in the southwest corner with a door on its south face and windows on the lower levels with limestone lug sills topped by arches with brick drip moulding and limestone keystones, a brick belt course, and the highest level with pairs of arched windows below the h eavy overhanging cornice topped by a crenellated parapet

With the following interior elements:
1) personnel entrance in the northwest corner with its staircase and ornamental tin ceiling; and
2) second floor layout, ornamental tin ceiling, wood baseboards, carved moulding, transom windows and stairs to attic  
Dec. 10, 2014 Long Report Short Report Map
Wolseley Avenue 838 III House     Feb. 10, 1986 Long Report Short Report Map
Wolseley Avenue 960 II Laura Secord School With the following interior elements:
1) assembly hall/gymnasium;
2) oak entrance transoms and frames (Wolseley entrance); and
3) plaster cornices on all interior pilasters  
Nov. 13, 1985 Long Report Short Report Map
Woodlawn Street 200 II Women's Tribute Memorial Lodge     July 8, 1987 Long Report Short Report Map
Last update: March 15, 2016