I had a 3.38/3.65/164 LSAT when I was accepted (I just finished my fourth year so it ended up being higher) and I got into Ottawa, Dalhousie, Western, and Windsor this cycle. Didn't hear from Osgoode or Queens cause I firm accepted Western before anything came so I may or may not have gotten in.
A 3.38 really isn't that poor, people with much lower cGPAs get in all the time. Just focus on the LSAT and take some of the 'chances' people give you with a grain of salt. People told me I had no problem at Western and wouldn't hear from Ottawa, yet I heard from Ottawa almost 2 months before Western.
I had no access claims and the only reference to my grades in my personal statement was essentially pointing out that I had a pretty stable upward trend.