LIFE, DANCE, JOY
Join in the dance revolution, VIVA at CDC!
A fun way to learn.
Find the courage to believe.
Canadian Dance Company
When only the best will do.
Welcome to the Canadian Dance Company, where character takes dancers centre stage.
Family-owned and operated since its beginning, CDC has supported the Oakville and Mississauga communities with stimulating, rigorous and encouraging dance classes for over 25 years. Our competitive and recreational programs help develop each student’s creative expression and character along with flexibility, strength and dancing prowess. Whatever skill level or goal you enter with--from seasoned jazz performer to uncertain beginner, from aspiring national champion to burgeoning ballerina--the Canadian Dance Company has a program to help you reach your personal potential.
Innovation and creativity are at the heart of our teaching methods. Instruction at CDC focuses on the fundamental spirit and philosophy behind each kind of dance, whether the timing, percussion and musicality of tap or the gravity-defying contortions of acrobatics and gymnastics. We currently offer classes in a wide variety of dance styles, including:
And more, with courses and instructors available to help dancers and performers at all ages and stages of their development.
Full- and part-time competitive dance programs at CDC are designed with a professional dance career in mind and have won 5 consecutive National Championships and counting! Our recreational students put on first-rate performances at the end of each dance season and often go on to progress through various levels of the program, even into competitive classes.
We welcome students kids from ages three through adult and also offer unique, innovative programs like our all-boys competitive hip-hop course and contemporary jazz fusion classes. For more info, check out our videos, browse through our class offerings, or simply read more about our history to see what we’re all about.
Thank you for visiting the Canadian Dance Company, where we develop the whole dancer, character first. Happy dancing!
"My daughter has been dancing with CDC since she was four years old. We began with another studio and found it to be lacking in organization and structure. It was also missing the X factor that CDC is known for. "