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If you're tired of watching reruns on Netflix, multiple Ontario universities are giving you the chance to learn without the steep tuition fees.

You can now sign up for free online courses from local schools that offer a wide variety of topics.

From learning about our planet to account management, here are some courses that you can sign.

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Death 101: Shaping the Future of Global Health

School: University of Toronto

Why You Should Enroll: If the current world situation has made you wonder about what health problems affect the population, this is the course for you.

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Building Science Fundamentals 

School: The University of Toronto

Why You Should Enroll: Anyone who is curious about learning how to control the movement of heat, moisture and air in buildings, without magic.

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Strategic Account Management

School: Queen's University

Why You Should Enroll: If you're deep into the world of business, this course will teach you the skills you need to thrive.

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Global Water Use and Climate Change

School: Queen's University

Why You Should Enroll: You can get educated on exactly just how much water humans actually use across the globe.

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Schools: McMaster University

Why You Should Enroll: Seekers who are looking to learn the secrets of avoiding big career mistakes and the inevitable ruts in life should sign up for this course.

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Learning How To Learn

School: McMaster University

Why You Should Enroll: If you're in desperate need of learning techniques then look no further than this free online course.

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