Winnipeg Architecture Foundation



11 Lily Street

Formerly:City of Winnipeg Signals Department, Manitoba Museum of Man & Nature
Original Use:Garages and offices
Other Work:1978, Interior renovations
Architects:Anton E. Breivik (City Engineering Department, Design Branch)
Contractors:A. Rebiffe Construction Co. Ltd.

Design Characteristics

  • Plan area: 8,872 sq. ft. (824.21 sq. m.)
  • Gross floor area: 12,089 sq. ft. (1.123.07 sq. m.)
  • Single storey with basement; masonry with steel frame


  • Continuing Consolidation of the Statutes of Manitoba, updated to 30 September 30, 1999. Chapter C40, The Centennial Centre Corporation At.
  • Microfilm Roll #151, file on "Western Canada Aviation Museum 1974-1980."
  • Winnipeg City Council, Committee on Utilities and Personnel, File U.3604.

Locations of Supporting Information

  • City of Winnipeg, Archives and Records Control Branch
  • Province of Manitoba, Legislative Counsel Office
  • University of Manitoba Libraries, Department of Archives and Special Collections, Winnipeg Tribune Subject Clipping Research Files