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The University of Prince Edward Island – UPEI – was founded in 1820 as Kent College. It was later named Prince of Wales College. Another institution that was to become an important part of UPEI, the Central Academy, received the UK’s Royal Charter in 1834. By 1860 the Colleges were merged under the name of […]

University of Prince Edward Island

Canada

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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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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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Mount Allison University was originally founded as The Mount Allison Wesleyan Academy in 1843. At the time it admitted only males, but a Ladies’ College soon followed in 1854. The schools first gained the power to grant degrees in 1862, officially becoming a university at that time. Not long after, in 1875, the university conferred […]

Mount Allison 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 Regina was originally founded as a private Methodist Church High School in 1911. It was then known as Regina College, and it became associated with the University of Saskatchewan in 1925. It broke ties with the church in 1934, and gained degree granting status in 1961. At that time it became the […]

University of Regina

Canada

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The University of Northern British Columbia got its start in 1990, making it a very young institution indeed. It started small, as well, offering just a handful of courses from commercially rented office space in 1992 and 1993, but by 1994 the primary campus at St George was finished and it could begin teaching in […]

University of Northern British Columbia

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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