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Pay-it-forward, subsidized professional membership at Better Days Studios multimedia facility is run as a charitable arts and culture service.  An automated monthly Interac e-Transfer solution helps everyone stay on top of monthly donor-membership gifts.  As creative industry professionals we network to bring more members onboard who we believe can benefit from this affordable donor-membership model based on creative team work.

  • Member-Donor-facility-user: multimedia Recording Production 
  • Member-Donor-facility-user: multimedia  Sound Engineering  / Mixing & Mastering
  • Member-Donor-facility-user:  multimedia Experimental Meeting & Rehearsal Space / Live Events / Limited Public Screenings
  • Member-Donor-facility-user : multimedia New Media Production & Design / Live Streaming / Projects & Programming 
At Better Days Canada we are advancing charitable service through innovative multimedia arts options for studio usage.

The Better Days Team


Each professional member is to register, individually, to access then pre-book the facility on an ongoing basis for fair and reasonable use in good faith, based on confidentiality and an Non Disclosure Agreement to protect the security and safety of all members, visitors and staff.

Fine Print: Special arrangements are required to book studio time for longer than 4 hours in a single session

WE Network Better Days Studio

   e-Transfer by Interac

Land Recognition

Phil Lewis WE Network's Better Days Studios is located on the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee, and Mississauga (Anishinaabe), on the lande ceded in the Williams Treaty of 1923 by the governments of Canada and Ontario and by the seven First Nations of the Chippewa of Lake Simcoe (Beausoleil, Georgina Island, and Rama) and of the Mississauga of the north shore of Lake Ontario (Scugog Island, Alderville, Curve Lake, and Hiawatha). 

In Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area, we live and work on the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation.  As settlers, we are grateful for the opportunity to meet here, and we thank all the generations of people who have been stewards of this sacred land.

Learn more about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Report, and how we can all use its principles in building a more equitable and just society.

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