I was accepted to all of those places, so I'll tell ya the key for each:
- it really is 50% grades, 50% supp app. I have a friend who got in with a B- CGPA, and I got in with a B+ overall, with an A average in my final year, which they did take into consideration. They also look at the relevance to your pre-reqs to nursing. I.E. For biochemistry, one of my courses was clinical biochem, and I took a psychology class on disorders. Essentially, they look at your application holistically.
I had an A- average in my last 2 years (which is what they take into consideration), and they also have a supp app. I do have a lot of EC's, which may have helped my case.
Again, A- average in last 2 years. Essentially with Trent, as long as ya have over a B you're golden.
U of T:
Oh man. I have no idea how I got accepted there, cause I didn't finish my degree (only did 3 years then took a year off). They look at your most recent year, which was an A average for me, and they have quite the extensive supplementary app. You need at least 2 reference letters, plus 2 essay questions and you have to outline your EC's and/or any research work. I ended up submitting extra volunteer reference letters (you're allowed to do that), which may have given me an edge. But I do know that they prefer degree holders. Typically they accept in waves, with A/A- average degree-holders first, then the B+ ones.
I hope this helps..feel free to PM me if you have further questions