Ah, but the Gold Cast man. Nothing beats going to school by the beaches (is what some Bond grads told me). Also, most Canadians I find that pursue a law degree abroad come from money and have families financing their education.
What was your L2 though?
A 3.3 cGPA won't get you automatically tossed at Queens/Western/Osgoode if your L2 is competitive and you have a solid LSAT. If you don't though ...
Anyway, @Mikka, depending on your PS and if your LSAT lands where you think it will, you'd likely have a reasonable shot at Windsor.
I just have a single question for those who consider Australia over the UK, why? If you can't get into a Canadian school and you're considering going overseas ,which most would agree is a huge risk, why would you risk even more by going to a school that charges 40k+ CAD a year?. f you're going to risk getting a foreign law degree, wouldn't you opt for the most affordable one, one from the UK.