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Canada’s top party schools 2016

Where do students party most? Check out our ranking of the top 20 schools.


 

 

Canada’s top party schools 2016

  1. Zane, it is so obvious you went to U of T it hurts. Where did you get the information to make this list? This is honestly rather misleading for prospective post-secondary students. People should know that “partying” means vastly different things at different schools. At UQAM (which remarkably made #4 on this list) partying means going out on the town on any given Montreal night. At Queens, partying means getting wasted on Division or going party hopping. At McGill partying means week-long, all-day drinking competitions with thousands of participants. Different schools have different party cultures. Bishop’s, Queen’s, Western, Sherbrooke, and to a lesser extend Dalhousie, I’ll admit have strong party cultures, but Laval?! WLU?! UdeM?! UQAM???! CONCORDIA!? Who are you!??!?! UQAM and Concordia students care more about organizing student strikes than they do about their chug time.

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