1) For example, if you refer to the UQAM's website, a minimum of 3.6/4.3 GPA might get you an interview (one of the only University in Québec that ask for an interview if you are not from Cégep.) On some other threads I saw a lot of people with a 3.7 that gets in the «Baccalauréat en droit» except for McGill wich need a stronger GPA.
2) No LSAT required. Even for McGill, the LSAT is not necessary but can help you if you have a lower GPA, at least for Quebec-french student.
3)No personal statement, references and EC list, except for McGill. The only thing that matter is your GPA.
4) Undergraduated program = Baccalauréat (1er cycle), since it's Civil Law you will have to apply to this program if I'm not wrong.
*Sorry for bad english, I tried to help you as much as I could but to be 100% sure the best thing is to call the admission of the University in wich you are interressed.