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Bruce Mackey

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Bruce Mackey served Toronto District School Board as a teacher and librarian at Earl Grey Senior Public School for 25 years.[1]

Bruce Mackey opened his home, 98 De Grassi St. in Toronto, to filmmakers Linda Schuyler and Kit Hood where they shot a short children's film which led to the Canadian TV Series, Kids of Degrassi Street.[2]

Born in Toronto, Ontario, Bruce Mackey died of cancer in 1997.

On September 14, 2003 Wardell Park on Degrassi St and Queen in Toronto was renamed Bruce Mackey Park in his honor.


  1. Lakey, Jack (Feb 13 2010). "Seeing red over daytime street lights". Toronto Star. Retrieved 21 January 2014. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  2. Terefenko, Paul. "Queen East and Boulton", Now Toronto

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