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Campus Saint-Jean is the University of Alberta's francophone campus, and is located in Edmonton's frncphone neighbourhood, 6 km east of North Campus. This campus has a population of 750 students, making the average class size 14 students. The closest building is Pavillon McMahon, the main building on this campus.

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