One of the most beloved and respected professors at CMCC in the most recent times was Dr. John W. Duckworth. His goal was the creation of an anatomy museum similar to the University of Toronto’ Grant’s Museum of Anatomy, which Dr. Duckworth also helped to develop. In honour of his memory, the J. W. A. Duckworth Memorial Museum of Anatomy was established by CMCC in 1995 with donations from colleagues, family and students. Many of his own dissections are displayed at the museum.
As the only English speaking chiropractic college in Canada, we are fortunate enough to have the most outstanding students. Reflecting on our past, students have always been involved in many activities of students’ life from becoming member of clubs and associations, participating in intramural sports, volunteering for committees, writing for the school newspaper etc.
In 1999, the first graduating class of CMCC, Class of 1949 celebrated its fiftieth anniversary.