2019 Annual Preservation Awards

Congratulations to all the
2019 Annual Preservation Award Winners!


February 18th, 2019 at the St. Vital Library

Special thank you to the City of Winnipeg
for hosting the event in the library!

Be sure to read the NEW Heritage Winnipeg Blog
for all the details on the awards!

2019 Heritage Winnipeg Conservation Award of Excellence


Woodbine Hotel at 466 Main Street
Building Owners


Bright and Johnston Building at 141 Bannatyne Avenue
141 Bannatyne Inc., B & F Masonry, Crosier Kilgour Ltd.


Porter / Galpern Building at 165 McDermot Avenue
Alston Properties Ltd., 5468796 Architecture Inc.


Dalnavert Museum and Visitor’s Centre at 61 Carlton Street
Friends of Dalnavert Museum Inc., Restoration Specialist Sandy Siepman


St. Vital Library at 6 Fermor Avenue
City of Winnipeg, Bridgman Collaborative Architecture

2019 Heritage Winnipeg Distinguished Service Award


Patent 5 Distillery – Oak Room at 108 Alexander Avenue
Patent 5 Distillery

2019 Heritage Winnipeg Youth Award


Heritage Winnipeg Blog
Natassja Brien


Thank You!


from the Winnipeg Free Press: Grand home hosts holiday party


Thank you to everyone who came out and
supported Heritage Winnipeg's Fall Fundraiser
in the former Robert R. Scott House
in Crescentwood!  A huge thank you to the homeowners
for opening up their beautiful historic home for our event.

A past Heritage Winnipeg
Conservation Award Winner!


A special thanks to WOW Hospitality for the wonderful service and support, the Manitoba Underground Opera for the beautiful performance, and the Exchange District BIZ and Warehouse Artworks for their contributions.


Celebrating Canada's 150th birthday with a commemorative Canada 150 print by artist Robert Sweeney



Closing the Doors on the 14th Annual Doors Open Winnipeg Event

It was a time to celebrate at the 2017 Doors Open Winnipeg Volunteer Reception and People's Choice Awards at the King's Head Pub in the Exchange. Heritage Winnipeg hosted the event, thanking the dedicated volunteers in attendance who helped to make Doors Open Winnipeg a successful event. Over 500 volunteers helped make this year's event the biggest, most successful event to date. It was also the seventh year in which the People's Choice Awards were held.

The People's Choice Awards represent five categories, Best Restoration, Best Guided Tour or Programming, Best Architecture, Best Experience and the Hidden Gem. Online voting was open to the public, showcasing 91 amazing buildings and walking tours. Hundreds of votes poured in the week following Doors Open Winnipeg, making for a close race in several of the categories. In the end, the votes were tallied and the winners were rewarded for their efforts with framed original drawings of their buildings by local artist Robert Sweeney.

BEST RESTORATION - DALNAVERT MUSEUM




BEST ARCHITECTURE - THE CANADIAN MUSEUM OF HUMAN RIGHTS



BEST OVERALL EXPERIENCE - THE WHITE HOUSE


BEST TOUR OR PROGRAMMING OR TOUR - THE VAUGHAN STREET JAIL


THE 'HIDDEN' GEM - MCBETH HOUSE



Please visit the Heritage Winnipeg blog for a short biography on each of this years winners.

Crocus Building renamed the McKim Building

Heritage Winnipeg is very pleased to announce the Crocus building, located at 211 Bannatyne Avenue, in the Exchange District, a national historic site, (formerly named the J.H. Ashdown Hardware Store) is now officially called The McKim Building, named for McKim Communications Group - www.mckimcg.ca.  For years many Winnipeggers have been waiting patiently for this historic building to be renamed.  A brand new sign is now shining high above the sidewalk on the Main Street facade. Congratulations!


McKim Communications Group Media Release - dated January 11, 2017:
McKimBldgRenaming

Links to media coverage:
CBC News
Winnipeg Sun

City of Winnipeg historical report
 

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