Located near Sydney on Cape Breton Island, offers degree, diploma and certificate programs that combine liberal arts and sciences with engineering, technology and trades traditions.
Official site of the athletic program with news items, scores, statistics, players of the week, history, and recruiting.
An annual event in Toronto featuring representatives from all Ontario universities. Includes planning information, directions, registration, and related links.
Official site of the Badgers with news items, rosters, statistics, scores, and game schedules.
Offers internet services free of charge to students in the Faculty of Engineering and Design at Carleton.
Student union server featuring campus news, recreation, photos, and an opportunity to apply for employment online.
Information on memberships and athletic leagues. Provides links to the Campus Tennis Centre and Durham Lords official website.
Official site of the Sting with scores, statistics, articles, rosters, and schedules.
Bruins - official site with schedules, rosters and statistics for varsity teams.
A college offering alternative forms of study such as counselling, technical assistance, audio-conference or on-line tutorials, on-line library and reference assistance.
Information about intramural programs at the Peterborough and Lindsay campuses, varsity sports and game schedules.
A community college with campuses in Windsor, Chatham, and Wallaceburg, featuring programs in ten schools of specialization. Provides information about programs, registration, alumni, and partnerships.
Career development, career opportunities, workplace resources and information to support the personal and working lives of staff at McMaster University.
Trains people for the ministry through discipleship, bible college, intercultural bible college, and seminary, and offers distance education options. Campuses in Mississauga and Peterborough.
Fully accredited Christian College in Kitchener offering undergraduate degrees in theology and religious education with a variety of majors and minors. Also offers sports and music programs.
Royals - official site with schedules and tryout information for men's and women's basketball, volleyball and soccer.
A native focused institution of learning, offering programs in partnership with government, industry and commerce. Emphasises developing and promoting aboriginal culture and language.
Offers a variety of diploma and certificate courses in Esthetics and Cosmetology. Located in Toronto.
Specialists in healthcare, business and law enforcement education.
Intensive, hands-on training and certification for the gas, oil and petroleum industries, HVAC courses and government-authorized safety programs.
Independently-hosted secure site sells products and services from the Trent Institute for Watershed Science.
A combination of the benefits of both university and college programs, located in north-west Toronto. Provides application and program information.
Official site of the Varsity Blues. Includes men's and women's teams, news, schedules, and results.
Collection highlights, slide show, information for artists, and details of past, present, and future exhibitions. Location, hours, and contact specifics also given.
Of the six faculties which make up the University of Waterloo, St. Jerome's registers students and teaches courses in two: the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Mathematics.
Discount highway coach service for University of Waterloo students from the Federation of Students operates between the university and Toronto, Hamilton, and London. Includes fares and schedules.
Research institute established by Canada's property and casualty insurers is working to reduce disaster deaths, injuries and property damage through multi-disciplinary disaster prevention research. It is committed to the development of disaster prevention knowledge, and the broad dissemination of these research findings.
Provides specialized sport medicine care for active people from youth to seniors. Includes current research, workshops and related events.
Adult education programs for residents of southeast Saskatchewan.