The results are in - Maclean's is back with their annual ranking of top party schools in Canada, and several Ontario and Quebec universities were included in their list for 2017.

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They surveyed over 17,000 students across Canada on how many hours they spend partying each week, calculated a total for each school, then divided that value by the number of respondents for each school.

The resulting top 10 rankings are as follows:

  1. St. Francis Xavier University - 8.01 hours
  2. Bishop's University - 7.66 hours
  3. Queen's University - 4.94 hours
  4. Mount Allison University - 4.77 hours
  5. Acadia University - 4.5 hours
  6. Nipissing University - 4.49 hours
  7. Laurentian University - 4.47 hours
  8. Wilfrid University - 4.43 hours
  9. Western University - 4.29 hours
  10. University of Guelph - 4.04 hours

Other Ontario universities to make the list include: Trent University (#11), Brock University (#12), Carleton University (#15), University of Ottawa (#20), McMaster University (#24), Lakehead University (#25), Ryerson University (#26), UOIT (#28), University of Windsor (#30), University of Waterloo (#33), University of Toronto (#42) and York University (#47).

Other Quebec universities to make the list include: McGill University (#14), Concordia and University (#23).

See the full list here.

Not satisfied with this list? Check out our personal ranking of the top party universities in Ontario here.


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