Waverley Heights, Winnipeg

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Waverley Heights is a neighborhood in South Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It is bordered on the north by Bishop Grandin Boulevard, on the west by Waverley Street, on the south by Bison Drive, and on the East by Pembina Highway. Waverley Heights occupies approximately two square kilometers. Most of the dwellings are single-detached, with approximately 40% being semi-detached, row, or apartment style dwellings.

Winnipeg Provincial capital city in Manitoba, Canada

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The population of Waverley Heights was 5,195 in 2006. [1]

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The first homes in Waverley Heights were built in 1974 and the last home was built in 2001. [2]


Waverley Heights has two elementary schools: Chancellor School and Bonneycastle School, and one Junior High School: Arthur A. Leach Junior High School.

Waverley Heights is a part of the Pembina Trails School Division.

Pembina Trails School Division serves the southwest communities of Winnipeg, with a student population of approximately 14,000 in 34 schools.


The Waverley Heights Community Center provides recreation services to the Waverley Heights neighborhood. It also provides services to the Richmond West area to the south and to the region between the University of Manitoba and Bishop Grandin.

Recreation activity of leisure

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The University of Manitoba is a public research university in Manitoba, Canada. Its main campus is located in the Fort Garry neighbourhood of southern Winnipeg with other campuses throughout the city. Founded in 1877, it is Western Canada's first university. The university maintains a reputation as a top research-intensive post-secondary educational institution and conducts more research annually than any other university in the region.

Political representation

Waverley Heights is a part of Winnipeg's St. Norbert electoral ward and is represented on city council by Markus Chambers. It is also a part of the St. Norbert electoral division and is represented in the provincial legislature by Jon Reyes. Waverley Heights is a part of the Winnipeg South federal riding and is represented in Canadian Parliament by Terry Duguid.


  1. Winnipeg Census 2006 - http://winnipeg.ca/Census/2006/Community%20Areas/Fort%20Garry%20Neighbourhood%20Cluster/Neighbourhoods/Fort%20Garry%20South/Fort%20Garry%20South%20Neighbourhoods/Waverley%20Heights/Waverley%20Heights.pdf
  2. Winnipeg Property Assessment http://www.winnipegassessment.com/AsmtTax/English/Propertydetails/default.stm

Coordinates: 49°48′21″N97°09′55″W / 49.80583°N 97.16528°W / 49.80583; -97.16528

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