ICEAP Toronto organizes activities that are not only interactive and engaging, but also fun and entertaining.


All of our activities are organized by the Activity Coordinator of Student Services and are always supervised by instructors and support staff. Some of the academic activities are spelling bees and essay writing competitions, and the non-academic activities include museum visits, national park trips, skiing, participating in the Santa Claus Parade, Chinese New Year celebrations, Halloween Party, and many more.

Every term we organize a bus tour of the world-famous Niagara Falls and Wonderland (popular amusement park), as well as a welcome Barbeque outside the residence buildings as part of orientation week.

Wasaga Beach & Scenic Caves

Students will visit the famous white sand beach, stretching for 14 km along the coast of the Georgian Bay of Lake Ontario. By the way, this beach is the longest freshwater beach in the world! And then, after a picnic, student will go to explore the ancient picturesque caves. We will descend into the aptly named “Refrigerator Cave”, explore a labyrinth of caves and caverns 70 ft below the surface or shimmy through “Fat Man’s Misery” at just 36cm wide. The rewards are plentiful with multiple panoramic vistas of Georgian Bay along limestone cliff edges.

Toronto Blue Jays Game

Visit one of the most popular Canadian weekend activities – baseball games. You’ll have a chance to join thousands of fans supporting our local baseball team Toronto Blue Jays vs New York Yankees at Rogers Center. You can't miss it!

Cinema with a Host Family

Going to the cinema is a whole religion in Canada, so it's best to go to the cinema with your host family. Prepare popcorn, take part in the quiz before the movie, practice English and experience the effect of being fully present in the IMAX 4D cinema.

Niagara Falls Tour

Niagara Falls is the common name of the three waterfalls on the Niagara River, which are rightly considered the modern wonder of the world. Niagara Falls is the Horseshoe Falls, sometimes also called the Canadian Falls, the American Falls and the Fata Falls. Although the height difference is not very large, the waterfalls are very wide, and in terms of the volume of water passing through it, Niagara Falls is the most powerful in North America.

Ripley’s Aquarium

Visit Canada’s largest indoor aquarium featuring 16,000 aquatic animals, more than 100 interactive displays, nine galleries and three sensory exhibits with sharks, octopuses and a horseshoe crab. Students will ride a moving walkway through the underwater tunnel in Dangerous Lagoon and get close-up views of the aquarium's most fearsome-looking animals, including sharks, stingrays and sawfish. Also, where else would you have a chance to feed the sharks and cause a little tsunami yourself?

CN Tower

You will visit the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere. Speed up to the 346m LookOut in a mere 58 seconds in one of six high-speed glass-fronted elevators and take in the stunning views of Toronto? Look straight down from the world famous Glass Floor, with its outdoor terrace at 342m or even check out the Outdoor SkyTerrace and feel the breeze above the ground.

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Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or require any additional information

We will be happy to assist you at International Center for EAP

London Campus

370 Huron Street

London ON N6A 2K4

Phone: 1-519-204-9050

e-mail: info@toiceap.ca

Toronto Campus

205 Sparks Ave North York,

Toronto, ON M2H 2S5

Phone: 1-647-495-6638

e-mail: info@toiceap.ca