I added up U of T's tuition fees in each year ($38,233.45 for 1L, $38,183.45 for each of 2 and 3L), and then subtracted the sum of UBC's tuition ($12,639.36 for 1L and $11,849.40 for each of 2 and 3L).
In fairness, I did miss UBC's student fees, which are "approximately $1,100 per year for J.D. students", so I guess that drops the price difference to $74,962.19.
Here is some more information that I just learned from calling a few schools, for anyone interested in this topic and reading this thread.
When determining cGPA, all ontario schools go by what OLSAS provides, and OLSAS counts all courses taken at an undergraduate level regardless of whether they are counting towards a degree or not. How schools look at L2 is internal and possibly different for each school.
Schools outside of Ontario because they dont go through OLSAS probably also have their own way of looking at cGPA and L2.
I read that all Canadian law school provide good legal education.
What constitutes a good legal education? Ability to find employment, good professors, better network, good clinical opportunities?
What would be considered a 'bad legal education'?