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At the center of the francophone community

The Centre du patrimoine is located at 340 Provencher Boulevard in Saint-Boniface, Winnipeg’s francophone district.  Attached to the Centre culturel franco-manitobain, at the corner of Provencher Boulevard and Des Meurons Street, the Centre du patrimoine is a fifteen-minute walk from several historical sites including the Saint-Boniface Cathedral, the Archbishop’s Residence, the Saint-Boniface Museum, the Maison Gabrielle-Roy, and The Forks National Historic Site.

COVID 19:

The Centre du patrimoine is now open with limited access Monday to Friday 9am to 4:30pm.

Genealogy requests : drop-off and pickup service only.

Researchers : by appointment only.

See our Research guide during the COVID 19 pandemic.

Address:

Centre du patrimoine
340 Provencher Boulevard
Saint-Boniface, Manitoba, R2H 0G7
Telephone: 204-233-4888
Fax: 204-231-2562
E-mail: shsb@shsb.mb.ca

Normal Hours of Operation:

Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm

In 2021, we are CLOSED January 1st, February 15th, April 2nd to 5th (inclusively), May 24th, July 1st, August 2nd, September 6th, October 11th and November 11th.

We will also be CLOSED for the holidays from noon December 24th 2021 until January 2nd, 2022 (inclusively).

Note : Services at the Centre du patrimoine are available in French and in English.

Staff:

Executive Director:
Janet La France
Email : jlafrance@shsb.mb.ca

Administrative assistant:
Marcel DeGagné
Email: shsb@shsb.mb.ca, Attn: Marcel

Archives:
Julie Reid, Archivist
Email : jreid@shsb.mb.ca

Sarah Story, Digital Archivist
Email : sstory@shsb.mb.ca

Genealogical Services:
Halley Ducharme, Genealogist