Manitoba Organization: Winnipeg Grain Exchange / Winnipeg Commodity Exchange
On 24 November 1887, a group of men including Daniel H. McMillan, George F. Galt, James A. Mitchell, Rodmond P. Roblin, Arthur Atkinson, Nicholas Bawlf, Samuel Spink, D. G. McBean, George J. Maulson, and Charles N. Bell met at the offices of the Winnipeg Board of Trade. They decided to organize the Winnipeg Grain and Produce Exchange, which became the Winnipeg Grain Exchange in the early 20th century, then the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange in 1972. Later known as ICE Futures Canada, it was closed in May 2018.
Winnipeg Grain and Produce Exchange (1887-1907)
Winnipeg Grain Exchange (1908-1972)
First Annual Report of the Winnipeg Grain and Produce Exchange, 9 February 1889. [Manitoba Legislative Library, HD-9044, Win 1889]
“Golden Jubilee; Half Century of Trading Marked by Grain Exchange,” Winnipeg Free Press, 8 December 1937, page 3.
The Exchange: 100 Years of Trading Grain in Winnipeg by Allan Levine. Winnipeg: Peguis Publishers Limited, 1987.
“Winnipeg Grain Exchange closing doors after 131 years,” Winnipeg Free Press, 11 May 2018.
This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 7 May 2023