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Heritage Publications

There are several supporting documents and educational materials that elaborate on the policies and procedures of Winnipeg's Historical Buildings and Resources Committee.

The following are available for download:


The Year Past, the Annual Report of the Historical Buildings and Resources Committee


The Fire Risk Indices for the Application to the Rehabilitation and Re-Use of Existing Buildings in Manitoba for Residential and Business and Personal Services Occupancies.
Building analysis, for compliance with life safety provisions of the MBC, for the conversion of existing and heritage buildings for Residential and Business and Personal Services occupancies.


Winnipeg Heritage Resource Management Plan - May, 2010 (Draft)
Provides the framework to further recognize the potential of the city's heritage assets, as a solid basis for the development of a vital and sustainable urban environment.


The Fort Rouge Neighbourhood Walking Tour
Published in 1994 this brochures features the extraordinarily rich architectural environment of the Fort Rouge neighbourhood, with the work of some of Manitoba's finest architects and builders represented.


The Exchange District, Part 1: A Property Survey - Feb 2001 (rev. Jan 2007) A guide to the structures found within the Exchange District


Heritage Support Policy and Programs
A Report on Proposed Municipal Initiatives to Promote Retention and Use of Heritage Properties in the City of Winnipeg, July 29, 1992


The Exchange District A National Historic Site Heritage Interpretation Strategy


North Main Walking Tour
A brief profile of each building is presented in this inventory which begins at William Avenue and goes north down Main Street to the Subway


These documents are available for download in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format and require an Adobe Acrobat Reader. The Acrobat Reader is a free download from Adobe.

Last update: February 14, 2019

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