The Growing Importance and Value of a Vibrant Historic and Cultural Asset
• In 2009, the Canadian Government recognized Ralph Connor House as a National Historic site.
In 2005, Manitoba Culture, Heritage & Tourism, Historic Resources Branch awarded Provincial Heritage Designation to the House.
• In 2004, Heritage Winnipeg’s Distinguished Service Award was presented to the University Women’s Club of Winnipeg for the loving preservation of Ralph Connor House since 1939.
• In 1983, Ralph Connor House was designated a Historic Site by the City of Winnipeg.
• In 1976, Rev. Gordon (Ralph Connor) was recognized as a Person of National Historic Significance by Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada.
• In 1975, Heritage Canada bestowed an Award of Honour to the University Women’s Club for its preservation of Ralph Connor House.
• In 1969, the first installment of Rev. Gordon’s personal collection of papers was donated by the Gordon family to be preserved in the University of Manitoba’s Department of Archives and Special Collections.