Each university in the Maclean's survey has a unique history, a distinct mission—and its own particular strengths. The University of Prince Edward Island takes pride in the fact that more than four-fifths of its graduates are Island residents; Bishop’s, in Lennoxville, Que., attracts almost 60 per cent of its student body from outside the province.By SARA CURTIS, SANDRA FARRAN26 min
It is a city within a city, an academic metropolis surrounded by the frantic thoroughfares and vast neighborhoods of Canada’s premier megalopolis. With 52,500 students (37,500 of them full-time) and 11,000 faculty members and staff, the University of Toronto is itself the country’s largest postsecondary institution.By PATRICIA HLUCHY, JOHN DeMONT, JOE CHIDLEY, CHRIS WOOD7 min
Stoyan and Nadya Georgiev are Sergio Marchi’s kind of people. Like the immigration minister’s father, Ottavio, the Georgievs came to Toronto determined to build a better life. Ottavio Marchi, from Italy by way of Argentina, arrived in 1959.
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