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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Vincent Massey High School (715 McDiarmid Drive, Brandon)

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This high school in Brandon was named for Charles Vincent Massey (1887-1967), who served as Canada’s Governor-General from 1952 to 1959.





Herbert Vincent Bell (1898-1971)


Peter Michael Luba (1923-2003)


Herbert Vincent Bell (1898-1971)


James A. Henderson




John Keogh (c1939-1988)




Michael Adamski (?-2017)





Alexander Venables (?-?)




John Keogh (c1939-1988)


School Year



Norval Brown, Ronald L. Chalmers, William W. Cutforth, Mrs. Anne Dunfield, Miss Hazel Dunseith, Charles Farnell, George Hickling, Tom Inglis, Mrs. Marion Isitt, John Keogh, Roy Little, John Macnab, Mrs. Joyce McWilliams, Mrs. Laura Oliver, David Penner, Mrs. Lillian Roberts, Mrs. Barbara Robertson, Robert Rogers, Brian Thorkelson, Mrs. JoAnn Wilkins, Miss Rosalie Yauck






Sister Adele, Miss Anthony, Mr. Badgley, Mrs. Boreko, Mr. Bridgett, Ronald L. Chalmers, Mrs. Clark, Miss Daberkow, Mr. Diller, Mr. Doerkson, Charles Farnell, Mr. Ferris, Mrs. Fox, Mr. Hawkes, Mr. Jolly, Mrs. Kotyk, Miss Maclaren, Mr. Maley, Mrs. Martin, Mr. McIntyre, Mr. Metalski, Dr. Murray, Mrs. Nelson, David Penner, Mr. Picken, Miss Robertson, Mr. Sabits, Mrs. Skinner, Mr. Smendziuk, Brian Thorkelson, Miss Woolley


Sister Adele, Miss Anthony, Mr. Badgley, Mrs. Boreyko, Mr. Bridgett, Mr. Buckle, Ronald L. Chalmers, Mrs. Clark, Mr. Diller, Mr. Doerksen, Charles Farnell, Mr. Fawcett, Mr. A. Ferris, Mr. P. Ferris, Mr. Forrest, Mrs. Fox, Mr. Jolly, Mr. McIntyre, Mr. Metelski, Mrs. Mikaluk, Mr. Olmstead, David Penner, Mr. Picken, Mr. Shabits, Mr. Smendziuk, Brian Thorkelson, Mrs. Weeks


Miss Anthony, Sister Bartush, Mrs. Boreyko, Mr. Bridgett, Charles Farnell, Mrs. Fox, Mrs. Gottenberg, Mr. Hanna, Mr. Jolly, Mr. McIntyre, Mr. Metelski, David Penner, Brian Thorkelson, Mrs. Weeks

Photos & Maps

Vincent Massey High School

Postcard view of Vincent Massey High School (no date)
Source: Gordon Goldsborough, 2014-0014

Site Location (lat/long): N49.83834, W99.97799
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Vincent Massey Collegiate (975 Dowker Avenue, Winnipeg)


Annual Reports of the Manitoba Department of Education, Manitoba Legislative Library.

“22 new faces for city,” Brandon Sun, 20 August 1965, page 22.

“Forty years ago,” Brandon Sun, 6 May 2004, page 28.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough and Catherine Harley.

Page revised: 12 March 2017

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