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While I do not know that particular school, I think it might be a good choice for you. Since they have bases near to your home, it may be possible to continue with ASA certification. If you want to consider lessons out of the Toronto area, it might be possible to switch to CYA courses. Some years ago I compared ASA and CYA standards; they were very similar.
As a fellow Canuck, I would recommend getting the Pleasure Craft Operator's Card, if you do not have one, as well have a VHF Restricted Operator's Certificate (Marine).
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