The TOEFL Class: a passport to the TOEFL exam

A current student in the TOEFL class at EC Toronto talks about preparing to take the TOEFL exam: At some point in our lives, our expectations are very high: to enter a study program of a well -known university or get a job in a new country, for instance. To get it, all of us have to face an unbearab … Read more

The Christmas season is starting in Toronto!

Christmas Tree Lighting time in Toronto It’s now one month to Christmas, and Torontonians for sure don’t want to be unprepared for one of the sweetest nights of the year! And what about you, EC Toronto students? Come to join the official tree lighting event in David Pecaut Square on November the 22n … Read more

Canada’s perpetual snow is a legend

For anyone who is thinking of coming to EC Toronto, we want you to know that Canada’s perpetual snow is a legend! Look at this smiling group of students: sunshine, no hats, no gloves. Can you believe that this photo was taken today, Tuesday November the 19th, in Toronto? You will have to, because it … Read more

Toronto’s Santa Claus parade

EC Toronto students,         If you are in Toronto this coming week-end, you cannot miss one of the largest and oldest outdoor celebrations in all Canada! The Santa Claus Parade has been a Toronto tradition since 1905, when the first edition took place from Union Station to the o … Read more

Meet Sejung at EC Toronto’s Front Desk

Hi everyone! I am a new student counsellor, Sejung.  I am so happy to join the great team at EC Toronto. So far I love this school’s environment, and my feeling is that everyone at EC Toronto really cares about offering to students a great life experience and English improvement.   Just to tell … Read more

Do you know about the Day of the Dead? Read on!

Hello EC Toronto students! As most of you probably know, next Monday EC Toronto will be closed due to Remembrance Day. As ALL OF YOU know, Toronto never stops and this week-end offers hundreds of events to participate in! We found particularly interesting the Harbourfront Day of the Dead Festival, a … Read more

Remembrance Day

You all must have seen many people around Toronto wearing poppies on their coats these past few weeks. Poppies? Yes, those red flowers with the black centres. The remembrance poppy has been used by groups of military veterans since 1920 to recall the soldiers who died in World War 1. Today, especial … Read more

What’s on in Toronto this weekend? Read on!

EC Toronto students! Halloween is gone, but Toronto is ready to host great new events. If you still don’t have any plans, from November the 1st to November the 5th you can attend the International Diaspora Film Festival ( ). IDFF’s purpose is to provide to the audience a … Read more