There are approximately 29 Buddhist centers in Toronto, according to the most comprehensive list on the Internet. You can search through these and see if any meet your needs: http://www.buddhanet.info/wbd/search.php?keyword=toronto&search=Begin+Search&country_id=0&province_id=18
Several of these centers are likely to offer one- and multi-day retreats. There may even be one or two residential centers in which you can live. You’ll need to contact them individually to see if any meet your needs.
Also, please understand that Buddhist centers come and go, just like everything else in the world. Some of the centers on the list may no longer exist; others may have appeared that are not on the list.
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