History of Upper Canada College

History Of Upper Canada College

The history of Upper Canada College (UCC), located in Toronto, Ontario, began with its founding in 1829.

Read more about History Of Upper Canada College:  Founding, University Control, Move, World Wars, After The War: Vincent Massey's Influence, Building Crisis, Late 20th Century, New Millennium, Cadets, Ethnic and Gender Issues, Scandals, Principals

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