Please remember, everyone, that regulation of the legal profession is in the hands of provincial law societies and their rules DO differ in important regards. The NCA process is national. It's right there in the name. But rules about how article works, etc, are provincial.
Also, for whatever it's worth, the idea of temporary "summer" articles is very foreign to my experience in Ontario.
I currently attend a law school in Ontario however I have been considering applying to transfer to the University of Alberta. Edmonton is home and I have a job lined up there. My question is when I was applying to law schools I was accepted to U of A and turned it down to attend the school I’m at in Ontario. Is having previously been accepted viewed as a positive or negative when viewing transfer applications. Thanks!