Our Blog- Toronto

Timbit Celebration

The first week of May has been rainy and grey, but to celebrate the coming of spring and in anticipation of our renovation and expansion of our school, students and staff at Eurocentres Toronto were surprised by a special Timbit celebration. At the 20 minute break, students left their classrooms to find hundreds of Timbits…

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We welcomed an alumna of the Toronto School, Danuzia Ambrozio Marques, after a 7 year absence

Danuzia studied with us from January to March in 2010. When Danuzia walked through the front door with her boyfriend, Enrico, we did not recognize her but greeted her like any guest who comes to visit with a smile and a warm hello.  Only after a few minutes of chatting did she reveal that she…

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Students of the Month 2016 – A Review

Student of the months recap

  Dear students of the month, congratulations to each and every one of you. Your contribution has represented the best of what it means to be an international student, what it means to be a leader among many, and what it means to be an influential member of Eurocentres Toronto and the local community. We…

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goodbye 2016!

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      As we say goodbye to 2016, Eurocentres Toronto students got to have one last gathering at the famous Toronto City Hall ice rink at Nathan Phillips Square before flights depart for home.  Even though the weather is cold, the feeling is warm and our teacher, Joshua, keeps everyone feeling the vibes of…

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Ugly Sweater Party at the Toronto Campus

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Today, in Eurocentres Toronto we have a little dusting of snow.  It is getting colder and our Christmas tree and decorations look great! Special thanks to all the students who decorated our school for the holidays. We celebrated the upcoming holiday season by holding our Annual Ugly Christmas Sweater competition and Christmas pot luck together….

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Halloween in Toronto

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Wow, what a week it was!  Eurocentres Toronto celebrated another year of 1st time pumpkin carvers.  The students put in a lot of thought as to how they wanted to carve their designs.  We had spooky witches, gruesome ghosts and creepy cats.  We tried to vote for our favourite pumpkin but they were all so…

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thanksgiving in Toronto


  To celebrate Thanksgiving in Toronto, we had a huge pot luck lunch. All students were invited to bring in a dish from their country that they prepared or bought. Eurocentres Toronto teachers and staff supplied the Canadian food; pumpkin pie, apple pie, and whipped cream!   We had a great party with food from…

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The Magic of Nuit Blanche Toronto 2016

Nuit Blanche

Nuit Blanche is an all-night contemporary art event where artist from around the world participate and the doors of the city’s most famous, and not so well-known art galleries are open to the public. This year, Eurocentres Toronto teacher Josh took 78 students representing over 20 different nationalities to experience what the media refer to as…

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  Toronto is Canada’s largest city with over 5 million people in the Greater Toronto Area.  The city is always changing.  Older buildings are torn down and new ones erected.  One of our classes got a chance to speak to some people about these changes and got a chance to know where they live a…

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Algonquin Park Overnight Camping Trip


  Some students took a trip three hours north of Toronto to visit Algonquin Park. They slept in tents, cooked their meals outside and saw some beautiful Canadian wilderness. Living and studying in Toronto is a wonderful Canadian experience where students can meet new people and take advantage of Canada’s multiculturalism but taking a trip…

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