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Memorable Manitobans: Angus Irvin Bramadat (1933-2004)

Educator, community activist.

Born in Trinidad in 1933, he came to Canada in 1956 and competed degrees at United College and the University of Manitoba. He taught in Winnipeg schools (Glenlawn Collegiate, 1960-1961), Trinidad for two years and England for one year. When he returned to Winnipeg he became a Principal in the Fort Garry School Division. He was active in the multicultural life of Winnipeg, working with the Caricana pavilion at Folklorama, Folk Arts Council Board of Directors, Canadian Folk Arts Council Board, and was a member of the FACW Hall of Fame. In 1992, he moved to London, Ontario where he became involved in the city’s multicultural community organizations, UNICEF, London Board of Education anti-racism committee, Mayors downtown team, Canada Summer Games, and Unitarian church. He died at Victoria, British Columbia on 18 March 2004.

Sources:

Obituary, Winnipeg Free Press, 10 April 2004.

“They will live on in memory” by Kevin Rollason, Winnipeg Free Press, 31 December 2004, page B4.

This page was prepared by Ian Stewart.

Page revised: 7 October 2017

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