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Course Location

The course will take place at the Yorkville Conference Centre - 150 Bloor Street West, Suite 201, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2X9.

(Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShsLa15CLvI) Website: http://www.yorkvilleconferencecentre.ca/

Conveniently 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 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.


The entrance is directly behind the Church on the corner of Avenue and Bloor Street West.

Enter 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 West


Entrance to Yorkville Conference Centre - Acccess from Avenue Road

 


 

 

 

Why Visit The City of Toronto?

Fun Facts:

  • Toronto is home to more than 100 cultures - one of the most multiculture cities in the world
  • Toronto is Canada's largest city, with a population of 5.6 million
  • Toronto is the 5th-largest city in North America, after Mexico City, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago
  • One-quarter of Canada's population is located within 160 km (100 mi.) of Toronto
  • As the capital of Ontario, Toronto is the seat of government for Canada’s most populous province and is the industrial and business centre for the country
  • Vogue Magazine named Toronto's district - Queen Street West as World's Second Coolest Neighbourhood in 2014 - one streetcar away from course hotel

    “Toronto is currently enjoying newfound prominence – and desirability – amongst globe-trotting tastemakers,” - Vogue Magazine
 

Renowned historian Jane Jacobs called Toronto the "city that works". Situated 566 feet above sea level on the northern shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto is one of the southernmost cities in Canada. Rising majestically from the shores of Lake Ontario, Canada's financial hub is both a physical and emotional feast for the eyes. "Work" may remain nearest and dearest in Torontonians' hearts, but culture and entertainment abound in this civilized city. Toronto is the capital of world-class offerings: theatre, sports, shopping, museums and restaurants. They run the gamut from classic to avant-garde and reflect Toronto's celebrated multi-cultural heritage. Here, work inspires play, encouraging innovation and daring daydreams to come true. Visitors and Torontonians all gravitate to the centre of the city where the metropolitan life comes together with all the best the city has to offer. The area's multi-cultural flavour borders the finest Greek, Italian, Thai, and Chinese restaurants.

 

More information to help plan your trip to the city of Toronto:

Tourism Toronto

Discover Toronto

Toronto.com

Toronto festivals and events calendar

Public Transit - Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)

Toronto Greeter Program

 

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