course will take place at the Yorkville
Conference Centre - 150 Bloor Street West, Suite
201, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2X9.
located on the north east corner of Avenue Road and Bloor Street
in the heart of downtown Toronto, the Yorkville Learning Centre
features 8,000 square feet of premium meeting space.
the main doors to 150 Bloor Street West located behind the church
on the corner. Proceed to the elevators. Exit on the 2nd Floor.
Proceed to the Conference Center Signage and GOwen Environmental
Center is surrounded by four (4) Toronto Transit Commission subway
stops marked (M) on the map above:
The St. George station to the West on Bloor, the Bay Street station
to the East of the Yorkville Conference Center and the Yonge/Bloor
Subway at that intersection or Yonge and Bloor. The Museum subway
stop is located just south of the Conference Center next to the
ROM on University avenue. Given these locations and the Yorkville
Conference Center being centrally located on both the Yonge/University
and Bloor Subway Lines - any Hotel in the City is a short subway
ride to this Location.
entrance is directly behind the Church on the corner of Avenue and
Bloor Street West.
through the double office glass building doors at 150 Bloor Street
West either from Bloor Street or Avenue.
Entrance to Yorkville Conference Centre acess from Bloor Street
Entrance to Yorkville Conference Centre - Acccess from Avenue Road
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