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Heritage Winnipeg’s Annual Preservation Awards

Since 1985, Heritage Winnipeg, a non profit, charitable organization established in 1978, has celebrated the Annual Preservation Awards event which seeks to recognize those people and/or building projects dedicated to the protection, restoration and conservation of Winnipeg’s built heritage. The Annual Preservation Awards are presented in three categories: Heritage Conservation, Distinguished Service and Youth.

Heritage Conservation Award

This award recognizes special efforts of specific projects to protect, conserve and reuse structures of high historic or architectural value. It may be awarded for commercial, institutional or residential projects, involving the sensitive and adaptive use and/or re-use of the structure, providing for their long-term sustainability. The award can acknowledge both building owners and professionals involved in the project. Structures do NOT need to be designated (on the City of Winnipeg’s List of Historical Resources).

Distinguished Service Award

This award recognizes the special contribution of individuals or organizations that have gone beyond professional duties and demonstrated a concerted effort and leadership in protecting, conserving, promoting or communicating the historic and/or architectural values of Winnipeg’s built heritage.

Youth Award

This award recognizes the special contribution of an individual under the age of thirty that has gone beyond professional duties and demonstrated a concerted effort and leadership in protecting, conserving, promoting or communicating the historic and/or architectural values of Winnipeg’s built heritage.

Congratulations to all the winners of the 36th Annual Preservation Awards!

Commercial Conservation Award of Excellence
Snider Orthotic Design at 50 Stafford Street
James Avenue Pumping Station at 109 James Avenue

Residential Conservation Award
Uptown Lofts at 394 Academy Road

Institutional Conservation Award of Excellence
Ukrainian Labour Temple at 591 Pritchard Avenue
Universiteé de Saint-Boniface at 200 avenue de la Cathédrale
Cornish Library at 20 West Gate
Manitoba Legislative Building at 450 Broadway
Scott Fruit Company Warehouse at 319 Elgin Avenue

Distinguished Service Award
Bob Kuzak

Thank you to everyone who came out and celebrated the champions of Winnipeg’s built heritage on March 24th, 2022.

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