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Historic Sites
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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Commemorative Plaques of the Winnipeg City Hall (510 Main Street)

The following plaques are displayed in and around the Winnipeg City Hall buildings.

Winnipeg General Strike, 50th Anniversary Plaque (2009)
United Steelworkers of America plaque mounted near the north entrance of the Council Building in 1969.
Source: City of Winnipeg

Second Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry “Freedom of the City” Plaque, 1989 (2009)
Mounted near the north entrance of the Council Building in 1989.
Source: City of Winnipeg

Second Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry “Freedom of the City” Plaque, 1995 (2009)
Mounted near the north entrance of the Council Building in 1995.
Source: City of Winnipeg

H.M.C.S. Chippawa “Freedom of the City” Plaque (2009)
Mounted near the north entrance of the Council Building in 1985.
Source: City of Winnipeg

Royal Winnipeg Rifles (Little Black Devils), 100th anniversary “Freedom of the City” Plaque (2009)
Mounted near the north entrance of the Council Building in 1983.
Source: City of Winnipeg

University of Winnipeg Centenary Convocation Plaque (2009)
Mounted near the north entrance of the Council Building in 1974.
Source: City of Winnipeg

Salvation Army, 100th Anniversary in Winnipeg Plaque (2009)
Mounted in the sidewalk, in 1986.
Source: City of Winnipeg

Salvation Army, 100th Anniversary in Winnipeg Plaque (2009)
Mounted near the southwest corner of the Administration Building in 1986.
Source: City of Winnipeg

City Hall Date Stone (2010)
Located on a low marble wall on the east side of City Hall,
laid by Mayor Stephen Juba on 15 May 1964.
Source: City of Winnipeg

Winnipeg Civic Centre 50th Anniversary plaque (May 2015)
Source: Nathan Kramer

This plaque, unveiled on 15 May 2014 by Mayor Sam Katz, is located at the southeastern approach to the central courtyard at Winnipeg’s City Hall, formally known as the Winnipeg Civic Centre (WCC). It commemorates the WCC’s 50th Anniversary, comprised of the both the Council Building and Administration Building. Both structures were officially opened in 1964 and based on designs of the local architectural firm of Green Blankstein Russell Associates.

Site Location (lat/long): N49.89955, W97.13931
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Titanic Plaque (City of Winnipeg)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: MacKenzie-Papineau Battalion Plaque (William Avenue, Winnipeg)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Winnipeg General Strike Plaque (William Avenue, Winnipeg)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Old City Hall Plaque (Princess Street, Winnipeg)

Sources:

Information for this page was provided by The City of Winnipeg’s Planning, Property and Development Department, which acknowledges the contribution of the Government of Manitoba through its Heritage Grants Program.

We thank Nathan Kramer for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 20 May 2015

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