Historic Sites of Manitoba: All Peoples’ Mission (470 Stella Avenue, Winnipeg)

Constructed in 1909 by local contractor George Thomas Clark Halford, the building at this site at 470 Stella Avenue in Winnipeg was once home to the All Peoples’ Mission. On the northwest corner of the building is a plaque erected in 1974 by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada. It honours James Shaver Woodsworth, Methodist minister, politician and champion of the poor and social reform.

The former All Peoples’ Mission at 470 Stella Avenue

The former All Peoples’ Mission at 470 Stella Avenue (2010)
Source: City of Winnipeg

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.91352, W97.14520
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: All Peoples’ Mission (119 Sutherland Avenue, Winnipeg)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Manitoba Plaques for Persons, Events and Sites of National Historic Significance

Memorable Manitobans: George Thomas Clark Halford (1857-1933)


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.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 2 December 2023

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