|Address:||132 Lusted Avenue|
|Architects:||W. I. Enns (Divisional architect (1970-1971))|
|Engineers:||Weiszman and Associates (Structural)|
Mechanical Consultants Western Ltd. (Mechanical)
Norquay School has been on this site since 1890; that school, celebrating Manitoba Premier John Norquay (1841-1889), burned down and was replaced in 1892; this school received an addition in 1955 which was folded into a new school in 1970.
As Premier Norquay was prominent to the story of Manitoba, so too is this elementary school to Point Douglas, as evidenced by its location near the entrance to the community; it is a nucleus of much education and resource assistance to its constituents.
|Suburb:||North Point Douglas|