St. James - Assiniboia - Silver Heights - Booth

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St. James - Assiniboia - Silver Heights - Booth

Voters may select up to three school trustee candidates on the election ballot.

This ward is in the west part of Winnipeg, and includes the Sturgeon Creek, Heritage Park, Booth, and Woodhaven neighbourhoods. It also includes the Crestview neighbourhood east of Cavalier Drive, the Jameswood and Silver Heights neighbourhoods west of Whytewold Road, and the Birchwood neighbourhood west of Mount Royal Crescent. Prior to the 2018 civic election, this ward was represented (in alphabetical order) by Craig Johnson, Craig McGregor, and John Mulligan.

A ward map is available here.

As of January 1st, 2017, the St. James – Assiniboia School Division had 5,582 early/middle-school students (Kindergarten to Grade 8) and 2,848 high school students (Grades 9 to 12).

Public schools within the St. James – Assiniboia School Division include:

  • Athlone School
  • Brooklands School
  • Bruce Middle School
  • Buchanan School
  • Collège Sturgeon Heights Collegiate
  • Crestview School
  • École Assiniboine
  • École Bannatyne
  • École Robert-Browning
  • George Waters Middle School
  • Golden Gate Middle School
  • Hedges Middle School
  • Heritage School
  • Jameswood Alternative School
  • John Taylor Collegiate
  • Lakewood School
  • Lincoln Middle School
  • Linwood School
  • Ness Middle School
  • Phoenix School
  • Sansome School
  • St. James Collegiate
  • Stevenson School
  • Strathmillan School
  • Voyageur School
  • Westwood Collegiate

Data retrieved from the City of Winnipeg Open Data Portal.

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