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Murdoch MacKay Collegiate celebrated its 50th anniversay on Saturday with a ceremony that included opening a time capsule that was buried in the school's walls in 1963. Principal Darwin MacFarlane holds up a pair of newspapers found within.

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Murdoch MacKay Collegiate celebrated its 50th anniversay on Saturday with a ceremony that included opening a time capsule that was buried in the school's walls in 1963. Principal Darwin MacFarlane holds up a pair of newspapers found within.

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