I have to say Sheridan Animation seems to be suited to your interests. I'm currently in the program now, just finished first year.
You say you want to do storyboarding? Concept art? etc, well all of these things require you to be able to draw PEOPLE and draw them well. I have to be frank, the animation students at Sheridan are MUCH better at lifedrawing (people drawing) than any other school in Ontario/Quebec. (And I'm not just spewing out my bias, this is just a fact). I've seen work from OCAD, Seneca, etc, and many of them in their later years, are only par with first years at Sheridan.
In animation we deal with the body ALOT. Because when animating, you are always dealing with a character, a body. So unlike illustration, which focuses on "messages" and deeper meanings, as well as drawing OTHER THINGS besides bodies, in animation we do hardcore anatomy (bones, muscles, ligaments, character). We also learn how to do what they do in illustration, only we have a more solid foundation in structure and gesture.
Basically, I'm trying to say Animation will teach you the tools that enable you to draw anything and prepare you for much much more than just flipping pages.
PS. It's funny that you would drop out of Algonquin, there is a guy in my class that did the same. What's going on there?? lol
"The reason for doing animation is caricature." - Brad Bird