Historic Sites of Manitoba: J. H. Bruns Collegiate (250 Lakewood Boulevard, Winnipeg)

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Named for educator Joseph Henry Bruns, this school in southeast Winnipeg was designed by the architectural firm of Moody, Moore, Duncan, Rattray, Peters, Searle and Christie, and construction in 1972 was managed by Triple L Construction.





Peter Janzen (1940-2016)




Henri Péloquin





M. Oye




Joel Shimoji
Julie Côté-Marinelli


School Year



F. Berard, G. Briggs, R. Cathers, K. Chapman, V. Chouinard, D. Gruener, S. Guenther, I. Habing, R. Haley, G. Hamel, P. Harding, J. Harper, W. Hart, A. Jean-Paul, Mr. Payne, R. Latourelle, D. Lee, J. Macdonnel, L. Maffenbeier, L. Mcgimpsey, M. McKay, J. Miklovich, D. Moore, B. Nazarewich, S. Newman, L. Kalmacoff, O. Kingerski, J. Kubinee, R. Ocwazny, R. Osthus, A. Pelletier, J. Penner, P. Penner, O. Phrakonkhan, L. Pitcairn, B. Routledge, G. Sawchuck, E. Toews, E. Toews, N. Vadeboncoeur, M. Verdure, C. Wawrin, T. Weidenbacher

Photos & Coordinates

J. H. Bruns Collegiate

Site Location (lat/long): N49.84709, W97.07727
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Manitoba Business: Moody and Moore / MMP Architects

Memorable Manitobans: Joseph Henry Bruns (1908-1973)


“Tenders,” Winnipeg Free Press, 28 January 1972, page 47.

Who we are,” J. H. Bruns Collegiate [Louis Riel School Division]

We thank John Doe for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 14 April 2022

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