The WE Global Learning Center is a community space that makes doing good doable for youth and adults in Canada and internationally. With world-class technology, leadership programs, social issues workshops and event rentals, the WE Global Learning Center is an innovative hub where action plans come to life and transformative change is created.

About the WE Global Learning Center

The WE Global Learning Center is housed in a beautiful heritage-certified building that has been fully restored to its original 1908 and 1925 design intentions. Environmentally friendly features and design have been incorporated wherever possible, including carpets made of recycled fishing nets from the ocean floor and recycled and furniture built just two and a half hours from downtown Toronto. Inside the center you’ll find event spaces large and small. Whether you’re holding a meeting with your WE Schools group or throwing a company cocktail party, we have a space where you can make an impact. The cutting-edge Skype global classrooms in the WE Connectivity Hub are a great place to connect with peers and colleagues across the world—dedicated TELUS fiber-optic Internet is hardwired throughout the building, making it easy to stay in touch. Our state-of-the-art film and broadcast studios allow us to broadcast or webcast a live video feed.

A sincere thank you to the community of supporters whose sparks were ignited to make their own contribution.

In The Press

The WE Global Learning Center has been named Toronto’s nicest new office space by BlogTO, and has also been featured in the Globe and Mail and HELLO! Canada.

Youth and Educator Programming

The WE Global Learning Center provides exciting programming for youth and educators. Youth can celebrate the launch of their year of action with WE Schools, attend webinars or take part in the Social Entrepreneurship Program, which will teach them how to take their world-changing ideas to the next level. Educators can access professional learning and attend webinars to gain an edge in their careers in the Hartley T. Richardson Empatheatre.

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