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Donald Ross Dingwall arrived in Winnipeg during the boom
years of the early 1880s He had learned the jewelry and
watchmaking trade as an apprentice in Montreal and established
a company to manufacture and sell his exclusive line of
men’s and women’s jewelry and watches.
Business proved to be successful and at the time of his
death in 1913, Dingwall was prominent in Winnipeg society. The
Dingwall Trophy was sought by local competitors in the
sports of curling and lacrosse.