Typically, in past cycles anyway, the combination of a high LSAT and a high CGPA will be the apps that receive the very first offers. These should likely go out sometime next week, if previous timelines are an indication. This would mean that Osgoode has all apps by now, and has sorted the very top candidates already. There was a year, maybe two or three ago, where the first offers were out in mid-November but that clearly isn't the norm.
Don't rely on the In Queue designation. Some will
One probing question you can ask is "why they are hiring?" Is it to fill a vacancy or are they expanding? (if you want to be passive aggressive, ask them why they are hiring ALL THE TIME).
This of course, assumes that the answer you get would be an honest one.
If you turn "aiming" into actual grades and LSAT score then yes, I absolutely think you should apply. Hell, you should apply even with a lower LSAT. You have a decent B2 and adding a decent LSAT (I'd say 160+) would give you a shot at a handful of schools, even if not a great shot.
Maybe try searching for Class profiles of each of the law schools you’re interested in.
I think you can track down some Info from the past years that includes GPA and LSAT scores, as well as a lot of other data.
Not sure if that’s what you’re looking for, but hope it helps
Definitely but it also depends on when references and transcripts arrived which may also have been delayed by Canada Post (depends how your uni and referees submitted their reference). They have your application and your fee so I'm sure they have your file, but just working through the mountain of work. Plus, due to COVID-19, they likely do not have easy access to their offices/mail this year and working remotely slows everything down. Patience is key, don't read into others' application dates.