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Sent to England for her education: Cheltenham School; then Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford.
Social work in east-end London; taught at Oxford High School
Back in Toronto, taught at Bishop Strachan School for three years
Lecturer in Department of English at Trinity College, 1912; Associate Professor in 1928
Principal of St. Hilda's College and Dean of Women, 1903-1936