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Which Canadian University Should You Go To?
You're not afraid of being a small fish in a big pond — the bigger the challenge, the bigger the reward. Plus, you love being close to all the action, so you'll have plenty of opportunities to let off some steam when you need to. Living and studying in downtown Toronto gives you all the opportunities you need.
You're not afraid of a little hard work — and even if you are a little nervous, you know you can handle it. You want to succeed, and you want to succeed hard, and that means going to one of the most prestigious schools in the country. McGill may seem a bit daunting, but you're up for the challenge.
While big-city live definitely isn't for you, you still want the challenges and the bragging rights of a prestigious university. Don't be afraid when your first-clear classes have hundreds of people in them — if you're looking for a social society to join, Dalhousie has dozens of specialized groups focusing on anything you're interested in.
You're sensitive and artistic, and you can't live without expressing yourself through art and design. You want to surround yourself with like-minded people who will help you hone your craft, and Emily Carr is the perfect place for you.
You have hidden depths — at first glance, people may not realize that you're both academically and creatively inclined, but you've got layers, man. McMaster will help you exercise your more logical impulses, and while the school isn't hugely known for its humanities programs, Hamilton's booming arts community will help you satisfy your creative needs.
You're a well-rounded person, and you want your education to be the same way. Admittedly, here, there's a little more of a focus on engineering, business, medicine, and the like, but regardless what you choose to study, you'll come out of UNF with a great education, and all without staying on the mainland.
You are a master of the impossible. Cramming the night before and still acing the test? No problem. Downing seven beers and still getting an A on your essay? Too easy. You're smart, you work hard when you need to, but you also know that it's important to have fun. In other words, welcome to Queens.
You like discipline, and you prefer to surround yourself with a small but equally dedicated group of people. And what better place to be inspired than in a freaking castle? Have fun at Royal Roads.
You want to be where everything's happening — as long as it's not in central or eastern Canada. You like taking care of your body and mind, and you want your education to reflect the partnership between those two halves. UBC is big, but that just means it has more than enough room for all of your big ideas.
You're a little quieter, a little more creatively focused. You want a place that will really foster your artistic mind as you read poetry and write your novel. UNB's night life may not be as over-the-top as some of the bigger party schools in the country, but it's the perfect place to find your voice.
Hey, science nerd, welcome home. If you're looking for a place to enhance your science and engineering skills, U of C is the place for you. Even better: you don't have to live in Edmonton.
You enjoy feeling like you're living in a small town, where everyone knows your name — which means that you can get an education and not worry about finding help if you need it. The University of Prince Edward Island may not have a huge "party school" reputation, but there's still plenty of fun and shenanigans to be had around campus.
People might think you're boring when they first meet you, but little do they know that you're secretly awesome. Same goes for the University of Saskatchewan — sure, the province doesn't have the most exciting reputation, but for those who are willing to look, there's a lot of excitement to be found. U know you Saskatche-want to go here.
Sometimes people forget about you, because you're just doing your own thing, not worrying about what other people think. Frankly, it's their loss if they're too self-involved to notice all the awesome stuff you're doing. And the same goes for the University of Winnipeg — often overlooked, but the source of a well-rounded education and a fascinating community. Winnipeg? More like Winning-peg!
You work hard, you stay healthy, and when it's all over, you like to party with your friends. You're a well-rounded person, and Laurier is just the right place for you. Some people think Laurier lives in the shadow of a certain nearby university, but fuck those people, seriously.