The Minto Armoury was completed in 1915. It is built in the Tudor Revival style. In January 1956, a fire broke out at the Minto Armoury and killed one member of the Winnipeg Fire Department. The damage to the building was repaired and the building remains in use to this day. It contains a drill hall and is home to several military reserve units.
- 969 St Matthews Ave, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
- (204) 786-4300
- National Historic Site
969 St Matthews Ave, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
Opening in 1970, Club 654 (now the Irish Club) was the first gay club in Winnipeg.
Vimy Ridge Park
Vimy Ridge Park is a historical landmark located just off of Portage Avenue in Winnipeg.
Happenings Social Club
Happenings Social Club was a licenced beverage room and dance club from c. 1974-2004.
West End Cultural Centre
Church-turned music venue in the heart of Winnipeg’s West End.