I agree with others regarding the disconnect between knowing a little bit of code and having sufficient empathy to manage developers. If you're looking to meet CTO worthy candidates, you're unlikely to find them in courses. Hackathons with a brand are a better bet, but make sure to network beforehand and take your A-game when it comes to product and elbow grease. Otherwise, you won't pair with the right candidates.
If you do want to dive in with code anyway: Codecademy, Udemy, Khan Academy, and Code.org are all places you can look for online courses. There are some fantastic tutorials for absolute new comers. None of this has any geographic limitations to Toronto.
If you decide you want to take a deepdive and stay local, you can always apply to Bitmaker Labs or HackerYou. That'll require a fair bit of money, but only about 3 months of your time. Again, it's for the truly dedicated and still only scratches the surface.