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Roseisle School

Roseisle School is an exceptional example of a modestly sized, though finely detailed, village school.

The dignified design by Winnipeg architect E.D. Tuttle, which incorporates elements of the Classical Revival style, and the well-preserved brick finish, complemented by generous limestone accents, lend the structure formality and substance. Closed in 1992 due to declining enrolment, this impressive building, with its large, sheltered schoolyard, offers a glimpse of Roseisle’s busier past and the importance which the community attached to meeting its educational needs.

The site was designated on October 20, 1989, by the RM of Dufferin.

Location: 1st Avenue, Roseisle

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