Daniel McIntyre Collegiate Institute

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Daniel McIntyre Collegiate Institute
720 Alverstone Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3E 2H1
Coordinates 49°53′58″N 97°10′14″W / 49.8995°N 97.1705°W / 49.8995; -97.1705Coordinates: 49°53′58″N 97°10′14″W / 49.8995°N 97.1705°W / 49.8995; -97.1705
School type State High School
School board Winnipeg School Division
Principal L. Belmore
Grades 9 - 12
Enrollment Approximately 1250
Language English
Colour(s) Maroon     
Team name Maroons

Daniel McIntyre Collegiate Institute is a high school located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Founded in the late 19th century, the school was widely known as a highly academic school, and was designed to look much like a university.

Among the school's more well-known graduates is Bill Norrie (1929-2012), who served as Winnipeg's 39th Mayor from 1979 to 1992. While at the school, Norrie was elected school president, won the Governor General's Academic Medal and was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford.[1]

Guess Who guitarist Kurt Winter (1946-1997) also attended the school.[2] A scholarship in Winter's name has been presented annually at the school since 1998.[3]

The school is named after Daniel McIntyre, Winnipeg's first school superintendent.


  1. ^ Gordon Sinclair, Jr., Bill Norrie loved his city and was loved in return. Winnipeg Free Press, July 12, 2012. Retrieved 2015-11-12.
  2. ^ John Einarson, Profile of Kurt Winter, 2012; Manitoba Music Museum. Retrieved 2015-10-29.
  3. ^ John Einarson, Winter's tale. Winnipeg Free Press, December 15, 2013. Retrieved 2015-11-12.

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