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The University of New Brunswick is not only the oldest English speaking university in Canada, it is among the oldest public universities in the Americas. Its first campus was founded in 1785 at Fredericton. At the time, the institution was known as the Academy of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The name changed to the College […]

University of New Brunswick

Canada

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Royal Roads University started out as HMCS Royal Roads, a training institution for Naval Reserve Officers in 1940. Its name changed many times, but it settled as Royal Roads Military College in 1968, and gained the right to grant degrees in its own name in 1975. In 1995 the military college was decommissioned, but much […]

Royal Roads University

Canada

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The University of Winnipeg’s history goes back nearly 150 years to its two founding institutions – Wesley College (founded 1888) and Manitoba College (founded 1871). In 1938 these two schools merged to form United College. This institution was associated with the University of Manitoba until 1967, when it received its charter and became the University […]

University of Winnipeg

Canada

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Camosun College is more than 100 years old, having got its start as the Young Building of Victoria’s Normal School in 1914. That same building is still the heart of the Lansdowne Campus today. At the time, it had fewer than 100 students. The college itself was formed in 1970 as the Juan de Fuca […]

Camosun College

Canada

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Brock University opened in 1964, after years of effort to open a university level school in the Niagara region. Initially enrolling just 127 students, the university began growing rapidly. The first campus was established in a refurbished industrial facility in St Catherines, just at the foot of the Niagara Escarpment. However, construction had already begin […]

Brock University

Canada

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Ryerson University got its start in 1847 as The Toronto Normal School, the first teacher training facility in Ontario. It moves to a parcel of land which was then outside the city in 1852, which remains Ryerson’s primary campus today. In fact, an agricultural laboratory on the site eventually split off to found both the […]

Ryerson University

Canada

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Okanagan College has more than a century of tradition behind it, and has been dedicated to changing lives and communities for the better since 1906. Originally, Okanagan College was a small Baptist institution affiliated with McMaster University. Everything changed between 1960 and 1963, then finds became available to expand the institution through Technical and Vocational […]

Okanagan College

Canada

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The University of Guelph was originally founded as the Ontario School of Agriculture in 1874, but renamed the Ontario Agricultural College in 1880. At that time it was little more than an experimental farm, a Museum of Agriculture and Horticulture a library and a building dedicated to the Department of Apiculture (beekeeping). Early additions to […]

University of Guelph

Canada

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