Showing content for
- Programs and Courses
- Tuition and Financial Options
- About CDI College
- Apply Now
- Change Province
Art and DesignBusinessHealthcareLegalTechnology
Admission RequirementsCredit Transfer InformationScholarshipsStudent ExperienceInternational StudentsStudent ServicesCareer ServicesParents
Financial OptionsRepayment Options
Welcome to CDI CollegeUpcoming Events at CDI CollegeNewsAccreditationWhy CDI CollegeWhy We Are BetterWork at CDI CollegeConnect
CDI College s Toronto campus is located in midtown Toronto, close to the intersection of Yonge and Bloor on the tip of the historic Yorkville. It is also minutes from the University of Toronto (U of T) and other diverse neighbourhoods including the Annex, Koreatown, and Dufferin Grove.
Map and directions
CDI College in Ontario is also a WSIB-approved provider.
Programs offered at Toronto campus
Art and Design
CDI College raises more than $5,200 for Heart and Stroke on World Heart Day
VANCOUVER, BC; October 4, 2017 ndash; In preparation for World Heart Day on September 29th, CDI College campuses across the country spent the month of September raising money and awareness for cardiovascular health, eventually raising $5,220 for th. Read More
- Things to do in Toronto
This wonderfully cosmopolitan city is more than a busy economic centre. When the six municipalities were amalgamated together in 1998, they formed a new mega-city made up of a mix of unique neighbourhoods, beautiful parks, sports facilities, and cultural centres. Whether it is summer or winter, there is much to do in Toronto!
The waterfront and beaches are situated on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario and the lakefront and harbourfront offer a 46-km long waterfront shoreline in the downtown core that is ideal for biking, walking, or roller-blading. These trails are also the perfect spots to enjoy the view of the Toronto skyline.
With miles and miles of parkland around the streams and rivers that flow through the city, Toronto is known as the city within a park . Edwards Gardens and the Toronto Botanical Gardens in the North York neighbourhood might be the place to start exploring this natural environment. With its 17-themed gardens, Toronto Botanical Gardens offer a real educational experience by providing demonstration gardens and hands-on training for gardening lovers.
Toronto is the only Canadian city with representation in seven major sports leagues with teams in the National Hockey League, Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, Canadian Football League, Major League Soccer, Canadian Women s Hockey League, and USL W-League. The city also has major sports venues including Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre, Ricoh Coliseum, and BMO Field.
The CN Tower defines the Toronto skyline. At a height of 553 meters, it was the world s tallest freestanding structure until 2007, but is still the tallest tower in the western hemisphere.
When it comes to culture, Toronto abounds in quality and diversity. Toronto is a major centre for the performing arts with more than 50 ballet and dance companies, six opera companies, two symphony orchestras, and a host of theatres. The city is home to the National Ballet of Canada, the Canadian Opera Company, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Canadian Electronic Ensemble, and the Canadian Stage Company.
Toronto has numerous opportunities for shopping and nearly every section of the city has unique places to find deals. Shopping fanatics will love one of the poshest shopping streets in North America. Dubbed the Fashion Mile , the area of Bloor between Yonge Street and Avenue Road is often compared to Fifth Avenue in New York, Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles and Chicago s Magnificent Mile. There are also several mid-priced shops and ample spots to grab a coffee or a bite to eat.