Historic Sites of Manitoba: Neepawa Area Collegiate Institute (445 Hospital Street, Neepawa)

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Designed by the architectural firm of Smith Carter and Katelnikoff and constructed in 1958, this new collegiate in Neepawa replaced the former Neepawa Collegiate Institute located nearby.




Before 1958

See Neepawa Collegiate Institute / Viscount School


John Abram Voth


O. A. Olsen


Cecil Crawford Cox (1930-2020)


Ivan Llewellyn Traill (1932-2022)





John Maxwell “Jack” McGilvray (1908-1977)


No information.

Photos & Coordinates

Aerial view of the Neepawa Collegiate

Aerial view of the Neepawa Collegiate (no date)
Source: Gordon Goldsborough, 2014-0353

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N50.23441, W99.46349
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Neepawa School No. 126 (Neepawa)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Neepawa Collegiate Institute / Viscount School (213 Mountain Avenue, Neepawa)

Manitoba Business: Smith Carter and Katelnikoff / Smith Carter Architects and Engineers / Architecture49


“Schools celebrate milestones,” Neepawa Banner, 11 July 2008, page B8.

We thank Dave Bennet for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 14 January 2024

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