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Historic Sites of Manitoba: St. Paul's High School (2200 Grant Avenue, Winnipeg)

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This private high school for boys in Winnipeg was formerly located on Ellice Avenue. In 1964, it relocated to a building on Grant Avenue designed by the architectural firm of Libling Michener and Associates and constructed by the G. A. Baert Construction Company.





Rev. Joseph V. Driscoll


Rev. Patrick Boyle





St. Clair A. Monaghan (1906-1997)


Rev. J. Kevin McKenna


Rev. John J. Pungente


David Gordon Creamer (1946-2021)





A. C. “Tony” Golab


No information.

Photos & Coordinates

St. Paul's High School

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.85716, W97.22690
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Manitoba Business: Libling Michener and Associates / LM Architectural Group

Memorable Manitobans: Gerard Alphonsus “Gerry” Baert (1906-1971)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: St. Paul’s Collegiate (Elie, RM of Cartier)


“Jottings from the business world,” Winnipeg Free Press, 27 April 1963, page 57.

“Lays school cornerstone,” Winnipeg Free Press, 9 September 1963, page 3.

“Golab to join St. Paul's staff,” Winnipeg Free Press, 30 May 1967, page 24.

“Aid for separate schools seen by St. Paul's principal,” Winnipeg Free Press, 10 June 1971, page 27.

“Mills-Weselake appointed to film classification board,” Winnipeg Free Press, 11 June 1976, page 2.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 14 March 2023

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