St. Vital Fire Hall in Elm Parksheltered evacuees during the 1950 Red River Flood. It is still in use as an ambulance station and as a museum. @ Wikipedia

Experience wonderful destination and culmination of rural and urban cultures in St. Vital

Located in the south central part of Winnipeg, St.Vital is a beautiful city that will mesmerize you with its authenticity and serenity. It was established in the year 1822 and was named by Archbishop Tache’ in honor of his colleague Father Vital- Justin Gradin. This is a sub urban area that is located on the Red River and is a home to many French speaking settlers.

St. Vital from its beginning has always been a residential area and has never been home to significant industrial or commercial enterprises or ventures. It reminisce the beauty of the area and works efficiently to keep intact its rural beauty along with developing itself.