Or, more properly, Victoria University in the University of Toronto. One of the federated colleges of the University of Toronto. Founded in Cobourg, Ontario in 1836 as a Methodist institution, it is now (vaguely) affiliated with The United Church of Canada. It, like several other colleges at the university, has its own Royal Charter allowing it to grant degrees. Federated with the University of Toronto in 1892 and now one of the main residential and teaching colleges at the university. Notable alumni include Lester B. Pearson, Margaret Atwood, Northrop Frye (who also taught there for most of his life), and Donald Sutherland.