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Manitoba History No. 88
Manitoba
History

No. 88

Lieutenant Governor's History Award
Lieutenant
Governor's
History
Award

MHS Fundraising Dinner
MHS
Fundraising
Dinner

War Memorials in Manitoba
War
Memorials
in Manitoba

This Old Elevator
This Old
Elevator

Abandoned Manitoba
Abandoned
Manitoba

Memorable Manitobans
Memorable
Manitobans

Historic Sites of Manitoba
Historic Sites
of Manitoba

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Tin Can Cathedral (Dufferin Avenue, Winnipeg)

Built around 1904 along Dufferin Avenue in Winnipeg, under the authority of Bishop Seraphim, this haphazard-looking building was the first independent Ukrainian church in North America. It was later destroyed by vandals. It was the setting for the 2011 play Tin Can Cathedral by playwright Nick Mitchell.

Tin Can Cathedral

Postcard of the “Greek Tabernacle” (no date)
Source: Rob McInnes, WP0305

Approximate Site Location (lat/long): N49.90924, W97.13556
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Stefan Ustvolsky “Bishop Seraphim” (?-?)

Sources:

Tin Can Cathedral, Winnipeg Building Index.

We thank Rob McInnes and Andrew Cunningham for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 5 January 2013

Historic Sites of Manitoba

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