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Murdoch MacKay Collegiate
River East Transcona School Division

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History

Murdoch MacKay Collegiate was named for a prominent physician, leader of the Manitoba Liberal Party, member of the provincial legislature and long-time Transcona resident. MacKay taught school in his hometown of Melville, Nova Scotia, before coming west and graduating from Manitoba Medical School in 1916. The red brick structure opened one year after his passing in 1963 with 22 rooms, but has undergone numerous expansions since.