Whether you are a long time resident of Canada are are thinking about studying abroad, Canada has a lot to offer in the way of colleges and universities. You have your pick of the litter when it comes to learning a trade, obtaining your masters, or specializing in a division of fine arts. Even better, in most communities and on every campus, Canadian schools offer a lot of housing for their attending students.
If you would like to relocate to western Canada, the University of British Columbia has everything you need if you want to obtain a bachelors or doctorate degree. UBC is strongly known for its science and medicine programs but has become a notable arts university of the past decade. The great thing about UBC is that it is located fifteen minutes from downtown Vancouver, allowing you to rent out some Toronto condos with some friends or live right in the heart of the city. UBC also has many different on site dormitories to choose from as well. If you are looking for an in-depth film program on the west coast, both Capilano University and Vancouver Film school specialize in film and television production and are known around the globe.
If your ideal home is a condo rental then you may want to consider enrolling in the University of Toronto. U of T is located in downtown Toronto and has been declared the most populous school in the nation. One of the great things about the university is that you can live downtown, close to virtually everything in the city or you can inhabit a condo in Liberty-on-the-Park and have a brisk, daily commute. The main area of studies at U of T are arts, engineering, medicine, business and science. Even though the University of Toronto has at lot to offer in the ways of academics and housing, the big campus experience isn't for everyone. Maybe you see yourself renting a piece of London Ontario real estate with some friends and attending a smaller college or trade school. Some popular institutions in the London area are Fanshawe College, University of Western Ontario, and Everest College.
Lastly, the Atlantic Provinces have many notable universities like Dalhousie University in Halifax, Memorial University in Newfoundland, St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, and the University of New Brunswick. All of these great schools have excellent campus housing programs. Even better, if you are used to campus housing, most colleges and universities on the east coast are located in smaller regions, making is extremely easy to commute back and forth to class, sometimes even on foot!