I say get US News and start applying to the US, especially if you want to work there. The only competitive schools for US jobs really are #1 UofT and #2 Osgoode. UofT is out due to the GPA, and Osgoode is a 'maybe' only if you get 170+ because of their heavy GPA weighting. You are considerably more likely in UWO and Queen's if you want to stay in Ontario. You should be fine for Ottawa dual program, but remember, GPA and LSAT isn't a guarantee of admission with them, although it is considerably safer than Windsor - if you score a high LSAT you should be fine.
In the US, however, especially if you score a 170ish LSAT, you really do have more of a chance to:
a) get into really quite good schools (and if you want to go to the US, the best thing to do is to get their degree)
b) get scholarship money to augment $$$ (remember, most Canadian schools look at the GPA only when giving away scholarships whereas that's not the case with US schools)