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3306 Kingston Rd., Toronto, ON, CA, M1M 1P8

  • Phone: (416) 269-7400
  • Fax: (416) 269-7579
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»Blessed Cardinal Newman Catholic High School

Blessed Cardinal Newman Catholic High School is the first coeducational and the second oldest Roman Catholic high school in Scarsborough. It is reputed in academics, the arts and athletics. The courses offered, among other courses are advanced placements, extended French programs, Gifted Programs, Technological Studies and Science, Arts including drama, music and visual arts. Cooperative education and student leadership initiatives.

100 Brimley Road South
Toronto, ON M1M 3X4

»Oxford College of Arts, Business and Technology

Founded in 2003, the Oxford College of Arts, Business and Technology is a private institute that focuses on offering diploma programs in the field of medicine and pharmaceuticals. The courses that are offered here, train the students to take up career as Dental Hygiene Expert, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technologist, Medical Laboratory Technician and Clinical Research Associate.

670 Progress Avenue
Toronto, ON M1H 3A4

»Centennial College

Established in 1965, the Centennial College is the oldest public college in the entire province. The college offers a wide array of programs that include part-time as well as full-time courses. The college has four campuses across Toronto that offer more than 120 diploma, certificate and degree courses. Some of their courses include Architectural Technology, Biomedical Engineering Technology, Business Marketing and Financial Planning among others.

941 Progress Avenue
Toronto, ON M1G 3T8

»Blessed Pope John Paul II Catholic Secondary School

Blessed Pope John Paul II Catholic Secondary School, often abbreviated to BPJPII or shortened to Pope, is a public school in Toronto's Scarborough neighborhood. Established in 1982, Blessed Pope John Paul II Catholic Secondary School welcomed 135 students when it just opened. Since then the school has grown to accommodate more than 1000 students. Along with fine academic education, this school also fosters interest in extracurricular activities, to ensure overall development of the pupil.

685 Military Trail
Toronto, ON M1E 4P6

»Knox United Church (Scarborough)

Knox United Church dates back to the 1840s era and still continues to offer religious services. Affiliated with the United Church of Canada, this church welcomes everyone with open arms. Check website for more details.

2569 Midland Avenue
Toronto, ON M1S 1R3

»Beck Taxi

Beck Taxi is undoubtedly Toronto's finest and most preferred taxi service. This is obvious from the fact that it won Now magazine's 'Best of Toronto Award' for six consecutive years! The 40 year old company currently employs close to 1400 taxicabs run by independent contractors. Beck Taxi also offers to deliver parcels and take out-of-town trips. The service is top-notch and customer-oriented. They handle corporate accounts too. Visit the website for rates and more information.

1 Credit Union Drive
Toronto, ON M4A 2S6

»Toronto International Celebration Church

Located along Railside Road, Toronto International Celebration Church believes in praising and thanking God for his blessings. Open to one and all, the church aims to promote cultural harmony through God's teachings. Sunday services are held here and so are a number of prayer meetings and other similar gatherings. Regular events are organized as well towards the community cause a well.

190 Railside Road
Toronto, ON M3A 1A3

»St. Mary Armenian Apostolic Church, Toronto

St. Mary Armenian Apostolic Church is located within the North York region in Canada. It is a part of the Holy See of Cilicia and this Armenian church was founded in 1990s. For more details, check website.

45 Hallcrown Place
Toronto, ON M2J 4Y4

»Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre (JCCC)

Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre (JCCC) is a hot spot for Japanese cultural activities. Operational since more than four decades, the center has expanded and grown through the years. Workshops on origami, Japanese cooking, ikebana, among others are a regular feature here. Japanese movies too are featured once a month. For members there are martial arts, sword fighting, dance classes and much more. One of the highlights here is the Canadian Nikkei Heritage Hall. Here you will find a lot of information and exhibits on Japanese history. The center has several spaces that can be hired. Two floors are available for hire. The Kobayashi Hall is one of the large venues spread across 6500 square feet. Other spaces include the Shokokai Court, Heritage Lounge, Hamasaki Room, Wynford Room and many others. It is ideal for banquets, conferences, exhibitions and other functions. Call the center for more information.

6 Garamond Court
Toronto, ON M3C 1Z5

»Canada Christian College

Set in the gorgeous Don Mills of Toronto, the Canada Christian College offers education that intends to carry on the word of Jesus Christ and to assert the power of God. This college looks at Christian education as a whole and pays attention to not just the preaching and the theoretical part of education, but also strives to bring in a more practical approach. Several religious events are also organized by this institution that give a different angle to religious education and balances learning and leisure. Please see the website for further information.

50 Gervais Drive
Toronto, ON M3C 1Z3

»Islamic Institute of Toronto

The Islamic Institute of Toronto was established in 1996 with a view to access Islamic universities, facilitate community outreach and promote scholarly research. The school offers programs like Tajweed, Arabic language learning, Fiqh, Quran and tafseer and Quranic and Islamic studies for children and youth.

1630 Neilson Road
Toronto, ON M1X 1S3

»Beach Hebrew Institute

The Beach Hebrew Institute (Beit Knesset Beit Ya'akov in Hebrew) is a synagogue in Toronto, Ontario. The Orthodox Jewish congregation was established in 1919 by a small community of English speaking Jews, but fell in a state of disrepair after World War II following which it was renovated. This Vernacular architecture style building thrived in a neighborhood that displayed some anti-Semitic tendencies during the World War II and thus avoided using the word 'synagogue' in its name. Today, the synagogue also houses a Hebrew School.

109 Kenilworth Avenue
Toronto, ON M4L 3S4
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