Some views from Alexander Docks. From the top: The under-appreciated north side of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (scheduled to open September 2014); St. Boniface Water Tower (Tache Avenue); and Cibo Restaurant (aka, the former Harbourmaster Building, Waterfront Drive).
The view from Taché Avenue. New edit of an old photo from 2008.
A couple of great buildings on Provencher: Old St. Boniface City Hall (built 1905) and 227 Provencher, one of Etienne Gaboury’s lesser-known structures.
Go big or go home on Archibald Street.
A couple of St. Boniface gems—City Hall (Provencher Boulevard, built 1905) and the old fire station (Dumoulin Street, built 1907).
Provencher Blvd. (built 1906). Previously unedited photo from 2009.