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Carleton University was founded in 1942 as a non-denominational college, partially funded by charitable donations from around the Ottawa community. It was an attempt to revitalise the community at the end of the Great Depression by giving young people who were already in the work force access to better education and employment prospects. Though its […]

Carleton University

Canada

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Conestoga College, Technically the Conestoga College Institute of Technology an Advanced Learning, got its start as the Conestoga College of Applied Arts and Technology in 1967. It was one of a group of such colleges created by the government of Ontario at the time to provide technology-based education throughout the region. The current name was […]

Conestoga College

Canada

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The University of Toronto got its start back in 1827. However, that was just ‘the end of the beginning’, the culmination of a development process which started in 1798. Initially, the institution was called King’s College, se defined by the charter issued by King George IV. It was originally a heavily religious institution of the […]

University of Toronto

Canada

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The University of Manitoba was originally founded as a non-denominational university comprised of three colleges – the French speaking and Roman Catholic oriented St. Boniface College, the English speaking and Anglican oriented St John’s College and the English speaking by Presbyterian oriented Manitoba College – in 1877. It was the first university to be established […]

University of Manitoba

Canada

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McGill University, also known as Université McGill, was founded in 1821 by the Royal Charter of King George IV, though it did not use that name until 1885. However, it owes much of its early form to the Royal Institute for the Advancement of Learning, which predated it by some 20 years. This organisation created […]

McGill University

Canada

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The University of Waterloo was founded as Waterloo College in 1925, which was closely associated with the University of Western Ontario. In the 1950s the school began taking the steps necessary to become non-denominational and eligible for public funding. By 1959 it had rebuilt itself as the University of Waterloo, a publicly funded research and […]

University of Waterloo

Canada

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