Historic Sites of Manitoba: Arthur Day Junior High School / Arthur Day Middle School (43 Whitehall Boulevard, Winnipeg)
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Located in Transcona, this school was designed by the Winnipeg architectural firm of Ward and Macdonald. Built of steel, masonry, and concrete frame in 1968-1969, it carried the Arthur Day name from its previous location, becoming the Arthur Day Junior High School. The Transcona-Springfield School Division facility was opened officially on 6 April 1970 with a cornerstone placing ceremony and open house.
Among the teachers of Arthur Day Junior High School was William Stepaniuk (1966-1989).
Photos & Maps
Arthur Day Middle School (2011)
Source: Nathan Kramer
Site Location (lat/long): N49.90304, W96.98638
denoted by symbol on the map above
Memorable Manitobans: Arthur Henry Day (1916-1962)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Transcona Collegiate Institute / Transcona Junior High / Arthur Day Junior High / Central North Upgrading Centre / Park Circle Secondary School / Calvin Christian Collegiate (706 Day Street, Winnipeg)
“Tender notice - new Arthur Day High School,” Winnipeg Free Press, 16 June 1968, page 13.
“Official opening for high school,” Winnipeg Free Press, 26 March 1970, page 7.
From Slate to Computer in the Transcona-Springfield Area 1873-1983 by Nan Shipley, 1983, page 349.
This page was prepared by Nathan Kramer and Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 21 February 2019
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