Institutions

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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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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 Victoria (USask to its staff and students) started out as a publicly funded, fully independent institution of higher learning modelled after the State University model common to the US, in 1907. It awarded its first set of degrees in 1912. From the very beginning, the school provided courses on dentistry, veterinary science, […]

University of Saskatchewan

Canada

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The University of Calgary got its start in 1906, just a year after Alberta became a Province. It was called the Alberta Normal School at first, and then became the Werklund School of Education which still exists within UCalgary. This was made secondary to the University of Alberta (founded in 1908), but was made an […]

University of Calgary

Canada

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Simon Fraser University started relatively recently in 1965. It is named after one of the first colonial fur traders and explorers in the region, and started with a campus high atop Burnaby Mountain, some 12 miles from Vancouver. The choice to locate the new university 365 metres above sea level was a controversial one, but […]

Simon Fraser 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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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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York University also known as ‘Université York’) was founded only 60 years ago, in 1959. The first class was held in the University of Toronto Campus with just 76 students. It got its own campus in 1961 at Glendon College. It gained full independence form the University of Toronto in 1965 when it opened its […]

York University

Canada

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