Just to add on, there are a few other options in Canada. Note that most jobs with the title "librarian" require that your Masters degree be from a program accredited by the American Library Association. The full list is on their website.
In Eastern Canada, there is also Dalhousie University (where I did my MLIS; I can tell you more if you're interested), University of Toronto, and Université de Montréal (French language).
Of course, all of the programs differ in size and academic emphasis, and all have their strengths and weaknesses. In the end, the degrees are pretty comparable; what's more important is what you make of the experience.
I agree that the question of being a radical librarian is personal, depending on how you define “radical” and even “librarian”! We do have a fledgling Radical Reference collective in Montreal, but I’m not aware of any comparable groups at this point elsewhere in Canada.
Please feel free to contact me directly for more info about library programs in Canada.