The college bribery scandal is spurring discussion about the ways in which money greases the wheels of the U.S. admissions process – and while most acknowledge there are fewer shortcuts to securing a spot in Canadian schools, advocates say the system is slanted to give well-off students a leg up.American authorities have accused dozens of people of taking part in a $25-million bribery scheme in which parents allegedly paid to ensure their children’s enrollment in elite schools. Among the parents charged are Vancouver businessman David Sidoo, who has pleaded not guilty, and TV actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin.WATCH: Lori Loughlin and daughter Olivia Jade lose endorsement deals after college admission scandal

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