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Early Skyscrapers in Winnipeg National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Winnipeg, Manitoba Significant grouping of early high-rise buildings
Pantages Playhouse Theatre National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Winnipeg, Manitoba Lavish vaudeville theatre, 1913-14
Canadian Pacific Railway Station (Winnipeg) National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Winnipeg, Manitoba Classically inspired railway station, gateway to the West, 1904-05
Walker Theatre National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Winnipeg, Manitoba Playhouse, 1906; site of labour and Women's Movement meetings, 1914
Winnipeg Law Courts National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Winnipeg, Manitoba Monumental symbol of law and order, 1912-16
Riel House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Winnipeg, Manitoba Family home of Métis leader Louis Riel
Former Union Bank Building and Annex National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Winnipeg, Manitoba First skyscraper in western Canada; speaks to key note of finance in expansion of the West, 1903-04
Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Winnipeg, Manitoba Excellent expression of small-scale Brutalist architecture in Canada in its poured concrete forms, solid massing, interior layout and exposed structure; 1969-70
Ralph Connor House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Winnipeg, Manitoba Home of Reverend Charles Gordon, pen name Ralph Connor, reflects his very public position as the best-selling Canadian author of the early 20th century
Exchange District National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Winnipeg, Manitoba Centre of the grain and wholesale trade, finance and manufacturing between 1880-1900 and also 1900-13