Dr. Constance Middleton-Hope taught at Macdonald High School for some
ten years including teaching teachers from the McGill Faculty of Education.
After a sabbatical in which she obtained her Masters degree she
became vice-principal of Sunnydale Park school and later secretary-general
of the Lakeshore School board. She was the first woman vice-president
of the Superior Council of Education and Assistant Director General
of the Conseil Scolaire de l'le de Montreal.
During her long career she contributed to numerous community organizations.
She was the founding president of Auberge Madeleine,a shelter for homeless
women; a member of CRARR a lobby group for race relations; and other
groups dealing with the rights of seniors and ethics in the workplace.
She was recently honoured by many of these organizations when she retired
as chair of the board of LaPasserelle a transition centre for professional
unemployed. She served a brief political career as president of Alliance
Much of her later work was in the context of the Anglican diocese of
Montreal and Christ Church Cathedral. Dr. Middleton-Hope has an honorary
doctorate from the Montreal Diocesan Theological College of McGill University
and is a member of the board of governors of the college. She is past
president of the Business and Professional Womens club of Montreal,
a member of the executive and a Fellow of the Canadian College of Teachers
and is Honorary Secretary of the Executive of Centraide of Greater Montreal.
She is presently involved as president of the Ville Marie Oncology Foundation.
Dr. Middleton-Hope has three children and 5 grandchildren.