Institutions

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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 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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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 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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