Coral is an inclusion-driven community and coworking space designed to serve as a “third place” for
Toronto’s tech community. We have intentionally created a space that prioritizes inclusion, diversity and accessibility.
A space where all of our members and participants can feel welcome and empowered to be themselves, without judgment.
What’s a “third place”? In community building, the third place is the social surroundings separate from the two usual social
environments of home ("first place") and the workplace ("second place").
We are located near the intersection of Queen St W. and Spadina Avenue in downtown Toronto.
Juno College of Technology would like to acknowledge the sacred land on which we operate, which has
been a site of human
activity for thousands of years.
Toronto comes from the Kanien'kéha word *Tkaranto*, which can be translated as "where the trees stand
in water." It is
part of the traditional territory of many nations, including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the
Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples, and is also now home to many diverse First Nations,
Inuit, and Métis
Juno strives to recognize and respect this land by sharing our space with all people — those indigenous
to the land, and
those from all over the world. This is only one step towards reconciliation. We recognize that we must
do more to learn
about the history and ongoing harmful impacts of colonialism, so that we can better understand our roles
In August 2021, Juno worked with Empowered on an Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion assessment and action
plan. We are
committed to taking meaningful action to uplift and support Indigenous communities, such as working
the presence of Indigenous people in our classrooms and team, partnering with and/or supporting
organizations, and constantly improving our processes to deepen inclusion.