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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Dominion Post Office Building (208 Provencher Boulevard, Winnipeg)

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This two-storey brick and stone post office building on Provencher Boulevard in the St. Boniface area of Winnipeg was designed by David Ewart, chief architect for the Department of Public Works at Ottawa, and constructed in 1907 by James McDiarmid.





Joseph C. L. Royal (?-1882)


J. A. Royal


P. W. Allaire


Louis Lafranchise


Edmond Trudel


Julienne Marion


Alfred Leveque


J. T. Leveque


Felix Menu


John B. Leclerc


Joseph Vermander


Louis Aime Clement Lariviere

Photos & Coordinates

The Dominion Post Office building in St. Boniface

The Dominion Post Office building in St. Boniface (February 2015)
Source: George Penner

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.89237, W97.12076
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: James McDiarmid (1855-1934)


“Activity in St. Boniface,” Winnipeg Tribune, 17 May 1907, page 4.

Post Offices and Postmasters, Library and Archives Canada.

This page was prepared by George Penner and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 10 May 2021

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