Well if that is used for binary then 1 + 1= not equaling two is not useless. 1 + 1=2 for the majority of purposes is the right answer, so we have started talking about binary on a topic about how US school choices translate in Toronto. The main point I was trying to make was the you can learn the same things at any school and fine a basic fact that you would learn in Compton or the most prestigious school is Hitler lead Germany during WWII. All I was trying to say is that any ABA school will teach essentially the same things, but there will certainly be SOME differences, but at any ABA school you will learn the elements of negligence, personal jurisdiction, subject matter jurisdiction, rules against perpetutities etc I can only speak for the 1L curriculum and I know that my friend at Stanford as 1L had the same textbooks and was learning the same material. I am sure there are some differences in what we learned, but the core concepts of the law are the same and maybe it will change drastically in the second and third years.
To the original question I imagine Canada has different rules and if you really want to live in Canada you should go to a Canadian law school. In my opinion if you have a location you know you want to live and work in then you should go to school in that area. I am sure people have different points of view, but it makes sense to me that if you want to live and work in certain area then you should go to school in that area.