20 cm of multiple media. - Includes photographs, newspaper clippings, and a framed medallion.
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Donald M. MacGregor moved from Toronto to Sault Ste Marie when he was 14. Don played high school basketball with the Collegiate Wildcats. He later played softball with the Soo Monarchs in the late 1950s and 1960s. Don refereed high school basketball and was a volunteer basketball coach with the YMCA and at Shingwauk Hall. Don was Mayor of Sault Ste Marie from 1980 to 1985. In 1990 Don ran as the Liberal Party candidate in the provincial election. MacGregor ultimately lost the race by 697 to the NDP candidate Tony Martin. Don MacGregor and his wife Dawna have had four children: Murray, Nancy, David, and Robert. All of their children except Robert still live in Sault Ste Marie. Don is retired from Algoma Steel.
Collection comprises photographs and newspaper clippings relating to the Shingwauk Chiefs basketball team. Collection includes a beaded medallion that belonged to Don MacGregor.
Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre