Historic Sites of Manitoba: Manitoba Medical College / St. Regis Apartments (561 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg)
The Manitoba Medical College, established in 1883 as the first such school west of the Great Lakes, occupied a two-storey brick building constructed in 1884. Later expanded to its present three-storey configuration, in 1906 the College moved to new facilities at 750 Bannatyne Avenue and this building was renovated into an apartment block.
Founders of the Manitoba Medical College
Robert Johnston Blanchard (1853-1928)
Robert George Brett (1851-1929)
Théogène Fafard (c1850-1890)
Alexander Hugh Ferguson (1853-1911)
Robert Buchanan Fergusson (1839-1890)
James Wilford Good (1852-1926)
James Robert Jones (c1852-1916)
James Kerr (?-1911)
Andrew McDiarmid (1854-?)
James Patterson (1841-1925)
William Robert Douglas Sutherland (1849-1909)
James William Whiteford (1847-1888)
David Henry Wilson (1855-1926)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Manitoba Medical College (750-770 Bannatyne Avenue, Winnipeg)
MHS Centennial Organization: University of Manitoba
“561 McDermot Avenue,” City of Winnipeg Historical Buildings Committee, 2004.
We thank Brett Lougheed for providing additional information used here.
This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 20 December 2019
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