You are very welcome. When I was choosing the bridging program, my requirement was that it was somewhere in the GTA so that I can use public transportation. This limited me to UOIT, Cent/Ryerson and Georgebrown/Trent. I also checked their NCLEX pass rates on the CNO website and UOIT was slightly above Cent/Ryerson. At that time, I could not find information if I was guaranteed a spot in Ryerson if I achieve a 3.0 GPA in Cent so UOIT appeared more appealing. I was also thinking of doing part time while in school so having clinical in the summer time will allow that flexibility.
Many of my classmates worked while doing full time school at UOIT because the school try to schedule all your classes to 1-3 days Monday - Friday. I have friends who were at Cent/Ryerson and they had to go to school everyday Monday - Friday. I am not sure about other schools though. However, UOIT is more spread out in my opinion. I did mine full time but couldn't find a job at that time and I stopped looking after a while.
It is a one time consolidation on your last semester. However, you will have a 184 hrs pre-consolidation which is right before the consolidation term. For example, Sept-Dec preconsolidation and Jan-Apr Consolidation. I know Ryerson also have preconsolidation, not too sure about other schools.