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Selkirk is named for Thomas Douglas, Earl of Selkirk who sponsored the Selkirk settlers who settled along the Red River.


Location:  Selkirk is located in the south eastern part of the Province along the Red River.

Judicial District:  Eastern Judicial District


Courthouse – Selkirk


Location:  235 Easton Street / Main Street

Built:  1987 – 1988

Style:  Modern

Architect:  Unknown

Contractor:  Unknown


Description:  The building faces south and is a five story red coloured brick, concrete and glass structure. The south front has a projecting centre section on the first story with recessed entrance. The wall rises to a peak at the roof line. The building houses two courtrooms on the first story.


See:  Eastern Judicial District has courthouses in Beausejour,  EmersonGimli,  St. BonifaceSteinbach and Winnipeg.




Selkirk Courthouse























Photos taken 2009 and 2017