List of Indian Residential Schools in Canada - Alberta, BC, Manitoba

Alberta, BC, Manitoba

Name Location Province Opened Closed Denomination
Assumption Indian Residential School (Hay Lakes Indian Residential School) Hay Lakes AB 1951 1970 RC
Blue Quill’s Indian Residential School (Lac la Biche Boarding School/ Hospice of St. Joseph) Lac la Biche AB 1862 1898 (moved to Brocket) RC
Blue Quill’s Indian Residential School (Sacred Heart Indian Residential School / Saddle Lake Boarding School) Lac la Biche AB 1898 1931 RC
Blue Quill’s Indian Residential School (St. Paul’s Residential School) Lac la Biche AB 1931 1970 (became the first Native-administered school in Canada) RC
Convent of Holy Angels Indian Residential School (Holy Angels Indian Residential School/ Our Lady of Victoria Indian Residential School) Fort Chipewyan AB 1902 1974 RC
Crowfoot Indian Residential School Cluny AB 1909 1968 RC
Dunbow Industrial School (St. Joseph’s Industrial School, High River Industrial School) High River AB 1888 1939 RC
Edmonton Industrial School St. Albert AB 1919 1960 MD
Ermineskin Indian Residential School Hobbema AB 1916 1973 RC
Fort Smith Indian Residential School (Breyant Hall) Fort Smith AB 1955 1970 RC
Immaculate Conception Indian Residential School (Immaculate Conception Boarding School / Blood Indian Residential School) Stand-Off AB 1884 1926 RC
Immaculate Conception Boarding School (Blood Indian Residential School / St. Mary’s Mission Boarding School) Stand-Off AB 1911 1975 RC
McDougall Orphanage and Residential School (Morley Indian Residential School) Morley AB 1886 1949 MD
Old Sun’s Boarding School (North Camp Residential School / White Eagle’s Boarding School / Short Robe Boarding School) Gleichen AB 1894 1912 AN
Old Sun’s Boarding School (North Camp School / White Eagle’s Boarding School / Short Robe Boarding School) Gleichen AB 1929 1971 AN
Peigan Indian Residential School (Victoria Jubilee Home) Brocket AB 1892 1965 AN
Red Deer Industrial School Red Deer AB 1889 1944 MD
Sarcee Indian Residential School Calgary AB 1894 1930 AN
St. Albert’s Indian Residential School St. Albert AB 1941 1948 RC
St. Andrew’s Indian Residential School Whitefish Lake AB 1895 1950 AN
St. Barnabas Indian Residential School Sarcee AB 1899 (new school built in 1912) 1922 AN
St. Bernard Indian Residential School (Grouard Indian Residential School) Grouard AB 1939 1962 RC
St. Bruno Indian Residential School (Joussard Indian Residential School) Joussard AB 1913 1969 RC
St. Cyprian’s Indian Residential School Brocket AB 1900 (new school built in 1926) 1962 AN
St. Francis Xavier Indian Residential School Calais AB 1890 1961 RC
St. Henri Indian Residential School (Fort Vermilion Indian Residential School) Fort Vermilion AB 1900 1968 RC
St. John’s Indian Residential School (Wabasca Residential School) Wabasca AB 1895 (new school built in 1949) 1966 AN
St. Martin Boarding School Wabasca AB 1901 1973 RC
St. Paul Des Métis Indian Residential School St. Paul AB 1898 1905 RC
St. Paul’s Indian Residential School Cardston AB 1900 1972 AN
St. Peter’s Indian Residential School (Lesser Slave Lake Indian Residential School) Lesser Slave Lake AB 1900 1932 AN
Sturgeon Lake Indian Residential School Sturgeon Lake AB 1907 1957 RC
Youville Indian Residential School Edmonton AB 1892 1948 RC
Alberni Indian Residential School Port Alberni BC 1920 (burned in 1917, rebuilt in 1920; burned again in 1937, rebuilt in 1939) 1973 PB
Ahousaht Indian Residential School Ahousaht BC 1901 1950 PB
Christie Indian Residential School (Kakawis Indian Residential School) Tofino (Meares Island) BC 1900 1973 RC
Christie Indian Residential School (New Christie Indian Residential School / Kakawis Indian Residential School) Tofino, British Columbia (Meares Island) BC 1974 1983 RC
Friendly Cove Day School Yuquot BC 1930 1964 RC
Greenville Mission Boy’s Boarding School Nass River BC 1877 unknown MD
Kamloops Indian Residential School Kamloops BC 1890 1978 RC
Kamloops Indian Residential School (St. Louis Mission Indian Residential School) Kamloops BC 1890 1978 RC
Kitimaat Indian Residential School (Elizabeth Long Memorial School for Girls) Kitimaat BC 1883 unknown MD
Kootenay Indian Residential School (St. Eugene’s Indian Residential School, St. Mary’s Indian Residential School) Cranbrook BC 1898 1970 RC
Kuper Island Indian Residential School Penelakut Island BC 1890 1975 RC
Lejac Indian Residential School Fraser Lake BC 1910 (new building in 1922) 1976 RC
Lower Post Indian Residential School Lower Post BC 1951 1975 RC
Methodist Coqualeetza Institute Chilliwack BC 1886 1937 (later became the Coqualeetza Hospital and is now the Coqualeetza Cultural Education Centre MD
Metlakatla Indian Residential School (Metlakatla Indian Girl’s School) Metlakatla BC 1891 1962 OO
Port Simpson Methodist Girl’s School Port Simpson BC 1863 1950 MD
Presbyterian Coqualeetza Indian Residential School Chilliwack BC 1861 1940 PB
Roman Catholic Coqualeetza Indian Residential School Chilliwack BC 1890 1941 RC
Sechelt Indian Residential School Sechelt BC 1912 1975 RC
Squamish Indian Residential School (St. Francis Indian Residential School / St. Paul’s Indian Residential School) North Vancouver BC 1898 1959 RC
St. George’s Indian Residential School (Lytton Indian Residential School) Lytton BC 1901 (new school built in 1928) 1979 AN
St. Mary’s Mission Indian Residential School Mission (Pekw'Xe:yles) BC 1861 1984 RC
St. Michael’s Indian Residential School (Alert Bay Indian Residential School) Alert Bay BC 1929 1975 AN
Thomas Crosby Indian Residential School (Thomas Crosby Girls Home Indian Residential School) Port Simpson BC 1879 1950 MD
Thomas Crosby Indian Residential School (Thomas Crosby Home for Boys Indian residential School) Port Simpson BC 1879 1950 MD
Victoria Catholic Convent School Victoria BC 1863 unknown RC
Williams Lake Indian Residential School (Williams Lake Industrial School) Cariboo BC 1890 1981 RC
Yale Indian Residential School Yale BC 1900 unknown AN
Yuquot Indian Residential School Yuquot BC 1901 1913 RC
Assiniboia Indian Residential School (Assiniboia Hostel) Winnipeg MB 1958 (September 2) 1973 (June 30) RC
Birtle Indian Residential School Birtle MB 1888 (December 3) 1970 PB
Brandon Indian Residential School (Brandon Industrial School) Brandon MB 1895 (May 23) 1972 (June 30) MD
Cross Lake Indian Residential School (Norway House Roman Catholic Indian Residential School) Cross Lake MB 1915(March 9) 1969(July 30) RC
Elkhorn Indian Residential School (Elkhorn Industrial School / Washakada Indian Residential School) Elkhorn MB 1888 1919 (as CP Railway purchased land on which school was built) AN
Elkhorn Indian Residential School (Washakada Indian Residential School) Elkhorn MB 1925 1949 AN
Fort Alexander Indian Residential School Pine Falls MB 1905 1970 (June) RC
Guy Hill Indian Residential School Sturgeon Landing MB 1926 (On Sept 4, 1952, the school burned down and the students were relocated to a temporary school in The Pas until a newly built schoolin Clearwater Lake in 1958) 1979 (June 30) RC
Lake St. Martin Indian Residential School Fisher River MB 1874 (new school built in 1948) 1963 AN
MacKay Indian Residential School The Pas MB 1915 1933 AN
MacKay Indian Residential School Dauphin MB 1955 1980 AN
Norway House Methodist Indian Residential School Norway House MB 1900 1967(June 30) MD
Pine Creek Indian Residential School (Camperville Indian Residential School) Camperville MB 1890 1969 (August 31) RC
Portage la Prairie Methodist Indian Residential School Portage la Prairie MB 1891 1975 (June 30) MD
Portage la Prairie Presbyterian Indian Residential Portage la Prairie MB 1895 1950 PB
Sandy Bay Indian Residential School Sandy Bay Reserve MB 1905 1970 (June 30) RC
St. Boniface Industrial School St. Boniface MB 1891 1909 RC
St. Paul’s Industrial School (St. Rupert’s Land Industrial School) Selkirk MB 1886 1906 AN
Waterhen Indian Residential School Waterhen MB 1890 1900 RC

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