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The Canadian Ivy League, according to David M. Thomas of "Canada and the United States: Differences That Count" (Broadview Press, 2000), is comprised of Dalhousie University (1818), McGill University (1821), Queen's University (1841), the University of Toronto (1827), and the University of Western Ontario (1878), some of English Canada's oldest and "named" schools.
Concerning possible "Canadian Ivies", see also, the Group of Thirteen re Wikipedia.
by genjirou August 27, 2009
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