University of Toronto
NOQS King's College
Type School
Location Toronto

The University of Toronto began as King's College in 1827.

Detective William Murdoch mentioned that he had consulted an entomologist at the University of Toronto about the June Bug larvae discovered in the body of Percival Pollack ("The Glass Ceiling").

In the landmark year, 1906, the University of Toronto opened its doors to permit women to study medicine, and the Ontario Medical College for Women closed, but its clinic called the Dispensary remained opened and continued to prosper in the city.


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