The University of Toronto also has one of the most prominent psychology departments in the world; its faculty are best known for their work on human memory. Through alliances with the Rotman Research Institute and the Baycrest Centre for Geriatrics, they've produced top-quality research on aging, the function of the frontal lobes, and the neurobiology of memory. If you're familiar with research in this area--or even if you've just taken an intro psych class--you've likely heard of Fergus Craik (who came up with the idea of levels of processing) and Endel Tulving (who developed the episodic-semantic memory distinction). And yes, I would love to go to grad school there.