Off the top of my head, TRU/Windsor/Lakehead/Ryerson.
You're not doing yourself any favours by asking this question with an estimated GPA/LSAT. Even when you figure out your actual stats, there's more to determining your chances based on GPA/LSAT alone.
All 4 of these schools have holistic admissions, meaning that if your GPA/LSAT aren't stellar, you'll need to demonstrate your value through references, a strong personal statement, work experience, etc.
If you experienced extraordinary circumstances that lowered your GPA/LSAT (i.e., medical problems, trauma, etc.) then you might qualify for applying through the access category. If you're indigenous there's another category of application for that. If you've been out of school for a number of years, you might qualify as a mature applicant.
@castlepie I only knew they wanted an updated transcript come next term. I didn't even question sending an interim one until now, as every other school wants one. I sent an official copy since there's no place where it indicates they accept unofficial.
I don't think that exchange transcript needs to be assessed by WES if the credits are included on your home university transcript. I'm applying this cycle and I did not get my exchange transcript assessed. I am also trying to figure out if the transcript needs to be received or just requested by Nov 1st. I'm having a hard time getting responses from the university I studied abroad at so I'm a little concerned it wont make it to OLSAS in time.