See the iconic façade of the 1908 church which was incorporated into the current cathedral's design.
St. Boniface Cathedral, the oldest cathedral in Western Canada, was originally built in 1818 and was replaced several times. Only the façade and part of the walls remain of the 1908 structure, which burned in 1968. The current cathedral designed by Etienne Gaboury was built in 1972 within the ruins of the 1908 site. Location: 190 avenue de la Cathédrale. (PHS)