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Interested in a faith-based school? here are fast facts on some of Canada's degree-granting Christian universities

BRITISH COLUMBIA

TRINITY WESTERN UNIVERSITY

Langley

Students: 4,000 Cost: $22,000

Trinity Western University ranked second in Canada on the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) in the area of enriching educational experience.

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ALBERTA

AMBROSE UNIVERSITY

Calgary

Students: 800 Cost: $10,500

With job placement for graduates above 90 per cent, the bachelor of education program expanded to include an additional cohort in fall 2015.

THE KING'S UNIVERSITY

Edmonton

Students: 700 Cost: $12,000

After launching in 2014, the King's University's Leder School of Business graduated its first class from a certificate program in 2015.

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MANITOBA

CANADIAN MENNONITE UNIVERSITY

Winnipeg

Students: 620 Cost: $7,000

Despite its name, only 46 per cent of students identify as Mennonite; more than half come from other Christian backgrounds, including Catholic, United and Lutheran.

PROVIDENCE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

Otterburne

Students: 500 Cost: $8,300

Canada's smallest Christian university celebrated its 90th birthday this year.

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ONTARIO

TYNDALE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE & SEMINARY

Toronto

Students: 1,200 Cost: $16,000

Students say Tyndale University College & Seminary has a supportive environment, but they ranked the university low on the NSSE in the area of active and collaborative learning.

REDEEMER UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

Ancaster

Students: 900 Cost: $16,000

Redeemer University College's unique education program boasts small class sizes, high employment rates and the ability to earn a BA or a B.Sc. at the same time as a B.Ed.

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NEW BRUNSWICK

CRANDALL UNIVERSITY

Moncton

Students: 800 Cost: $8,800

Controversy over the university's policy against hiring gay employees has pulled attention away from the $24-million in campus upgrades.

With Erin Millar, Nelly Bouevitch and Colleen Kimmett

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