The kid speaks truth. There is a lot more parity between Canadian law schools. The only really exceptional schools are UofT and McGill, although for quite different reasons. McGill seems like the Berkeley as far as admissions processes go. You have to have great grades and probably outstanding softs, although LSATs aren't even required (last I checked). UofT is more like a standard lower T14 school. Once your numbers meet a certain range, you're probably in, barring egregious flaws in your application (LORs that damn you, no softs, or a personal statement written by chimps).