Lifelong learning

North York Central Library programs and classes

Check website for details during the pandemic. Free lectures and workshops.
5120 Yonge St, Toronto M2N 5N9
Near Finch Ave West
416-395-5535

Ontario Coalition of Senior Citizens' Organizations computer courses

Free computer classes for OCSCO members and seniors in Toronto. Various locations.

Ontario Society of Senior Citizens Organizations

Lectures, workshops. Check website for details during the pandemic.
345 Wilson Ave, Toronto M3H 5W1
Near Bathurst St

Toronto District School Board Learn4Life

Mostly online general interest non-credit courses for adults, day and evening. 40% senior discount (65+). Also non-credit daytime courses for seniors (65+).

Toronto Metropolitan University LIFE Institute

Online courses for adults 50+ who are retired or preparing for retirement. Peer- and instructor-led courses; clubs; special events. Pay annual membership fee, plus tuition fees for individual courses.
297 Victoria St., CED306. Toronto M5B 2K3
Near Dundas St E and Yonge St.
416-647-2959 x556989

Toronto Metropolitan University Programs for 50+ and Community Engagement

In addition to the Life Institute, Programs for 50+ include the Caring Clown Program, the Estelle Craig Act II Studio, and more.
297 Victoria St., Toronto M5B 2K3
Near Dundas St E and Yonge St.

Toronto Public Library computer learning centres

Check website for details during the pandemic. Free computer classes.

Toronto Public Library programs and classes

Check website for details during the pandemic Various branches; free live and online programs.

Toronto Reference Library programs and classes

Check website for details during the pandemic Free lectures and workshops.
789 Yonge St, Toronto M4W 2G8
Near Bloor St.
416-395-5577

University of Manitoba Extended Education

The University of Manitoba, University of Alberta Edmonton Lifelong Learning Association, and the Lifelong Learning Centre at the University of Regina offer a broad range of online courses and programs geared to older adults. The courses range from short talks to full term courses. Some are free, while others have an associated course fee. Courses are archived on YouTube.

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