Photos & Coordinates | Sources
In July 1905, a five-storey building opened at this site along Portage Avenue as the western Canadian flagship for the T. Eaton Department Store chain. Three additional floors were added in 1910. Interior renovations in 1927 were designed by local architect Arthur Edward Cubbidge and were built by the construction firm of Hazelton & Walin.
The building was demolished in 2002 to make way for a sports arena.
Photos & Coordinates
Manitoba Business: T. Eaton Company
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Eaton’s Department Store (345 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Eaton’s Power House Building (260 Hargrave Street, Winnipeg)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Eaton’s Mail Order and Catalogue Building / City Place Building (333 St. Mary Avenue, Winnipeg)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Timothy Eaton Statue (345 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Eaton’s Employee War Memorial (345 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Eaton’s Printing Plant and Warehouse (130 Galt Avenue, Winnipeg)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Ramsay-Wright Building / Eaton’s Department Store (Main Street North, Dauphin)
Manitoba Organization: Eaton Curling Club
A Store Like No Other: Eaton’s of Winnipeg by Russ Gourluck, Winnipeg: Great Plains Publications, 2004.
Memorable Manitobans: Arthur Edward Cubbidge (1881-1952)
Manitoba Business: Hazelton & Walin
“New front for store planed,” Winnipeg Tribune, 14 April 1927, page 2.
“General Manager,” Winnipeg Tribune, 6 February 1935, page 2.
We thank George Penner and Jordan Makichuk for providing additional information used here.
This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 4 February 2023
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