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Laurentian University, also called Université Laurentienne, was incorporated in 1960 in Greater Sudbury in Ontario. However, its history goes back to 1913, and the founding of the Jesuit Collège du Sacré-Coeur. The Collège began granting undergraduate degrees in 1957. It took on the name of Laurentian University and its officially non-denominational character in 1960. Classes […]

Laurentian University

Canada

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Lakehead University got its start in 1946 as the Lakehead Technical Institute. It soon added university level curricula, though, and became the Lakehead College of Arts, Science and Technology was established in 1956.  It only gained the power to grand degrees in its own name in 1965, when it officially became Lakehead University. The Northern […]

Lakehead University

Canada

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The University of Windsor was originally founded as Assumption College in 1857. It was a small, religiously oriented liberal arts institution 160 years ago, though it is very different now. In 1919, Assumption had become the largest College of the University of Western Ontario. By 1950 it was admitting female students, and it was granted […]

University of Windsor

Canada

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Western University was originally founded as The Western University of London Ontario in 1878. It was never associated with ‘the’ University of London but was rather founded in the London in Ontario, Canada. The school originally had only four faculties, those of Medicine, Law, Divinity and the Arts. It began to grow quickly, and moved to its current campus […]

University of Western Ontario

Canada

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