Hello, I am from Israel (English speaker, so don't take it in account) looking to study towards an undergrad degree in Canada. Eventually my dream is to become a theoretical physicist. I am NOT looking for a so called "re-known" university. Don't understand me wrong, I am not a slacker looking to party 3-4 years. I just prefer a less stressful environmental in which I can understand the material to its fullest. From what I gathered so far it doesn't really matter which school you attend in undergrad studies as all the universities in Canada are more or less on the same level. Is this true? Thus I am looking for the university with the best learning environment and most interesting physics program. So far I came to understand that U of T is considered the best but that the students themselves don't recommend it. If so this is a less appealing university for me I found recommendations to University of Manitoba that made it sound like a nice place, does anybody know how it is? I also got recommendations to Queen's and others. Right now I am very confused looking at all the different websites. I would be grateful for any kind of help.