Hey I was wondering if anybody has any knowledge on Canadian Law Schools. What's the best one? How do they compare? etc... etc...
Ummmmm...if you're from the States, then any excitement you may have about coming up here to get a law degree on the cheap, if that's why you inquire, should be tempered by the fact that a Canadian degree will not be well-known to most American employers.
The faculties of law at McGill University and the University of Toronto are the only Canadian law schools that are somewhat well-known in the United States, but even then, these law schools are only really well-known in MA, NY and possibly CA. Furthermore, a Canadian law degree will only allow you to write the bar exams in MA and NY straight out of law school, and in CA if you article and pass the bar in a Canadian jurisdiction.
Cheeks' thoughts about where McGill and Toronto might expect to rank if they were included in the USN&WR rankings is probably not far off. Both schools are quite good.
Bottom line: if you want to work in the States, you should go to an American law school.
I offer this only as a friendly bit of advice!