Edmonton "Strathcona" Orange Hall
Erected in 1903, the Hall has been designated a provincial and municipal historic resource.
Interior of Orange Hall, 1910 (Provincial Archives Alberta)
City of Edmonton Archives
The Orange Hall, visible behind the water tower. The only structure in this photo that is still standing.
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Thomas Scott Memorial Orange Hall
216 Princess Street, Winnipeg
So named to commemorate Brother Thomas Scott who was murdered under the orders of Louis Riel during the Red River uprising in 1870.
This Orange Hall (erected 1902) was sold by the lodge in 1994 and is recognized as one of Winnipeg's historic buildings, standing just outside of Winnipeg's historic Exchange District. See link:
(kitty-corner to the Anglican church, on the corner of 52 street and 49 avenue)
The Grand Orange Lodge of Western Canada has been contacted by a private citiizen to possibly assist in this Hall's restoration. Perhaps there will be an opportunity for the Grand Lodge of Western Canada, and other individuals to contribute. Stayed tuned for further info at your local lodge and on this website.