Most expensive Canadian universities

Canadians bristle when told the price of a post-secondary education in the U.S. My goodness, we think, how could someone ever pay $40,000 a year for a university degree? The average yearly tuition for undergraduate Canadian students is $4,917 in 2009. Yet, while our costs may not run that high, we're not exactly getting a free ride here. With cellphone plans, room and board fees, and the average $400 a semester needed for textbooks, schools north of the border can still cut deep. So, with January's application deadline looming, MSN takes a look at the prices of eight of the most expensive general undergraduate degree programs in Canada.