North Point Douglas

North Point Douglas is a small neighbourhood located in the city of Winnipeg, Canada. North Point Douglas comprises the northern portion of a peninsula of the Red River. Its boundaries are Main Street (west), Redwood Avenue (north), the Red River (east), and the Canadian Pacific Railway mainline (south), which bisects the peninsula. The southern portion of the peninsula is the neighborhood of South Point Douglas (which is also considered part of Downtown Winnipeg.) Together, these two neighborhoods are known simply known as "Point Douglas". In 2001, North Point Douglas had a population of 2,260. North Point Douglas is one of the Winnipeg's oldest neighbourhoods. Today, North Point Douglas boasts two of Winnipeg's oldest houses - Barber House and Ross House Museum. It is also considered part of Winnipeg's fabled North End. More details on Wikipedia