Our new, state-of-the-art campus in the heart of the city was designed in 2018 with music and film studio space to facilitate our programs to continue to meet industry needs.
Surrounded by shops, restaurants and entertainment venues, it is easily accessible by subway and transit to all parts of the city. Our partnerships to other local studios within walking distance of the campus supports the exceptional experience Trebas’ Toronto campus has to offer.
Toronto is the capital city of the province of Ontario. It is located along the Northwestern shore of Lake Ontario - 1 of the 5 ‘Great Lakes’ and the largest group of freshwater lakes in the world.
As a central economic engine of Canada, this dynamic, multicultural city has great connections to all other cities in Canada and the United States by air, road and rail.
The Trebas Toronto campus is just a 2-minute walk from Wellesley subway station. Union station, the hub of all travel in and out of Toronto, is just 6 subway stops south or a 30-minute walk through the heart of the city.
Surrounding Union Station, you will find Old St. Lawrence Food Market, BMO Stadium - home to Toronto Football Club (TFC), Scotiabank Arena, home to hundreds of concerts and sporting events each year, and the Rogers Centre, home to the Toronto Blue Jays, a baseball team.
Things to do
With over 200 stores and 4 floors of shopping and services, this is North America’s busiest shopping mall.
Situated on an entire city block in the media district of Toronto, it is the home of cinemas and event space supporting the film and music industry.
Toronto Island Park:
Take the short ferry ride to the Island Park for a view back to the city skyline and a chance to escape to parks and gardens right next to the city on Lake Ontario.
A cultural center in Old Toronto that features over 40 distinct shops, cultural and art venues that showcase local and global talent.
The world-famous tower completed in 1976 is still the tallest free-standing structure on land in the Western Hemisphere.
TIFF Massey Hall:
Built in 1894 as a performing arts theater, it has some great artists and bands (including Luciano Pavarotti, Bob Dylan, and Joni Mitchell) for over a century.
Nathan Phillips Square:
Known as Toronto’s ‘Times Square’, it hosts annual jazz festivals, concerts, holiday celebrations, and features fountains that convert to a skating rink in the winter.
One of the largest Pride festivals in the world, celebrating diversity and inclusion in the LGBTQ community and capped off with the famous Pride parade.
Toronto International Film Festival
The world’s largest public film festival featuring over 300 film releases and screenings yearly.
Canadian Music Week
Annual conference and performance festival with more than 1,000 bands at 60 entertainment venues in the downtown area surrounding Trebas.
Canadian National Exhibition
Canada’s largest annual fair began in 1879 and runs for 18 days at the end of summer on the Lakefront in downtown Toronto. Exhibits featuring technology, the arts, food and nightly concerts make this a must each September.