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Aug 09, 2021
TDC Retailers Open for You
Jul 23, 2021
TDC is WELL Health-Safety Certified!
Jul 22, 2021
Return to the Workplace Guidelines
Jul 16, 2021
Ontario Reopening Step 3
Jun 25, 2021
TDC Together Summer 2021 Newsletter
May 31, 2021
TDC Bike Amenities
May 31, 2021
Bike 101 - Safe Riding in the City
May 31, 2021
Visit CF Eats for Easy Pick-Up & Delivery
Apr 30, 2021
TDC Together Spring 2021 Newsletter
Apr 19, 2021
Learn the Importance of Recycling & Sorting
Apr 16, 2021
TD Centre's New Waste Streams
Nov 20, 2020
Cook at Home with the TDC Cookbook
Oct 06, 2020
Download the COVID Alert App
Sep 05, 2020
Return to the Office Video
Sep 05, 2020
Getting to the office on GO Video
Aug 27, 2020
TDC Together - Staying Healthy at the Office
Jul 21, 2020
TDC Together - Finding Calm Amidst the Chaos
Jul 21, 2020
COVID-19 - Mandatory Face Masks
Jul 16, 2020
COVID-19 Update
Jun 02, 2020
TDC Together - Grocery Shopping & Kitchen Hacks
May 01, 2020
TDC Together - Engage at Home
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Aug 09, 2021

TDC Retailers Open for You

Our retailers are excited to welcome you back and serve you. See below for a list of TD Centre retailers who are currently open for business. 

Specialty Food, Restaurants & Grocery
Bymark 
Canoe 
Eat Canteen
Fabbrica
Fast Fresh Foods
Hero Burger
Hestia
Jimmy the Greek 
McEwan
Pumpernickle's
Purdy's Chocolatier
The Bagel Stop
Starbucks (66 Wellington St. West)
Tim Hortons (77 King St. West)

Services
Canada Post
Flair Cleaners
Stitch It
The Printing House 

Personal Care, Beauty & Health
Concourse Dental Centre
Dr. Rupal Raja
EC Orthotics
L'Occitane
Eyewear by Emery
Nutrition House 
Shoppers Drug Mart
Sutherland-Chan
Trade Secrets

Apparel & Accessories
Cleo
Bitter Sweet
Indochino
Johnston & Murphy
Obsessions Fashion Accessories
Options for Her
Reitmans
The Running Room 

Electronics
Fido
Telus

News & Lottery
Gateway Newstands

Visit our interactive map for locations and directions. 

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Jul 23, 2021

TDC is WELL Health-Safety Certified!

We’re excited to announce that we have achieved the WELL Health-Safety Rating at all six of our towers, making TD Centre one of the largest office complexes in Canada to earn the designation

The WELL Health-Safety Rating is an evidence-based, third-party verified rating for all new and existing building and space types. The designation focuses on operational policies, maintenance protocols, stakeholder engagement and emergency plans to enhance human health and safety, and guide real estate organizations in preparing their spaces for re-entry from COVID-19 lockdowns.

To achieve the WELL Health-Safety Rating, the TD Centre team implemented a comprehensive range of features and initiatives. For a complete overview, click here for our WELL Health-Safety Features Guide.

To learn more about the WELL Health-Safety program visit wellhealthsafety.com

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Jul 16, 2021

Ontario Reopening Step 3

As of Friday, July 16, 2021 at 12:01am TD Centre entered Step 3 of Ontario’s Reopening Plan:

  • Essential and non-essential retail businesses to open with capacity limited to permit physical distancing of two metres.

  • Shoppers lining up to enter a store, inside or outside of the centre, must maintain a physical distance of at least two metres from other groups and persons. 
     
  • Personal care services can open, including services requiring the removal of face masks and coverings, with capacity limited to permit physical distancing of two metres.

  • Food Hall and dining areas will be permitted to open for dining with seating capacity limited to permit physical distancing of two metres. Screening is not required in the Food Hall or dining areas.

  • Indoor dining is permitted at restaurants with no limits on the number of patrons per table with physical distancing and other restrictions still in effect.

  • The person responsible for the establishment must post a sign in a conspicuous location visible to the public that states the capacity limits under which the establishment is permitted to operate.
  • The person responsible for the restaurant establishment must actively screen any dine-in patrons before they enter the establishment, and maintain a record of the name and contact information of every patron that dines in the establishment.

  • Indoor fitness facilities including gyms to open subject to a maximum 50 per cent capacity of the indoor space.

  • Face masks and coverings continue to be mandatory for all guests during their visit inside the centre.

 

All other guidance listed in the Province’s current framework remains in place. For more information, please visit this link. 

Click here for a complete list of TDC Retailers who are open for business.

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Jun 25, 2021

TDC Together Summer 2021 Newsletter

We're excited to share our TDC Together Summer 2021 Newsletter. Check it out to learn more about composting and reducing food waste.

 

 

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May 31, 2021

TDC Bike Amenities

We know that biking isn’t just good for the environment, it’s also good for your physical and mental health. We’re here to support our cyclists with several amenities to help make your cycling commute easier and safer.

  • 850 outdoor bike parking spots located near the entrances of each of our buildings
  • 36 Indoor bike parking spots located at 79 Wellington St. West/P4 Level
  • Secured underground bike parking located at 79 Wellington St. West/P4 Level. Contact tdcparking@reefparking.com for pricing & or to reserve a spot.
  • Bike pumps and repair kits are available at each lobby desk
  • Bike Share Toronto bikes, conveniently located on King Street, in front of the Bank Pavilion
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May 31, 2021

Bike 101 - Safe Riding in the City

 

  1. Helmets - Wear one!
  2. Lock your bike -Invest in a good lock to slow thieves down. Lock the back wheel to the seat post and to the bike ring - the back wheel is the most expensive part to replace. If that is stolen, you’ll also have to replace the cassette.
  3. Signaling & Stopping - Make sure to signal and stop at red lights and stop signs to avoid collisions with cars and pedestrians.
  4.  Bike tires - Curb lanes are difficult to ride in with lots of potholes, broken glass
  5. and garbage. Invest in heavier tires that are more puncture resistant.
  6. Fines - According to the Highway Traffic Act, cyclists can be fined $85 to $500 for various traffic offenses, including riding on the sidewalk, no front light, bell or improper breaks or accompanying a minor who is not wearing a helmet.
  7. Planning your route - If you are uncomfortable riding in traffic plan your route according to bike lanes and paths. Toronto’s cycling maps can be found at Toronto.ca [insert link]
  8. Blind spots for vehicles - Cars have large blind spots that may block their view of you. Make sure to give plenty of room, especially for turning cars.
  9. Registering your bike - Register your bike for free at bike.torontopolice.on.ca/BicycleRegistry/. It may not prevent theft but it might help get your bike back. 
  10. Additional Resources – Learn more about bike safety regulations at www.mto.gov.on.ca

 

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May 31, 2021

Visit CF Eats for Easy Pick-Up & Delivery

Your favourite TD Centre restaurants are now right at your fingertips. Visit CF Eats for quick, easy and safe pick-up or delivery. 

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Apr 16, 2021

TD Centre's New Waste Streams

Contamination in Toronto alone has increased from 22% in 2015 to 30% in 2019, meaning approximately a third of what we put in recycle bins is actually ending up in landfill. We can all do our part to help change this.

To support new legislation to offset cross contamination, we have introduced the following new waste streams TD Centre:

●       Paper must be separated from bottles, cans & plastic and put into separate bins

●       Recycling that is contaminated with organics (food or liquid) will no longer be accepted and will be diverted to waste

●       All organics with any trace of garbage products will be diverted to waste

See our New Waste Guide to learn more about how to recycle correctly and avoid cross contamination. 

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Nov 20, 2020

Cook at Home with the TDC Cookbook

To celebrate our collective love of food, we’re excited to introduce the TDC Cookbook featuring recipes from our TDC community, to share with your loved ones at home.

Click here to download our digital cookbook.

 

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Oct 06, 2020

Download the COVID Alert App

The COVID Alert app is another tool Canadians can use to help limit the spread of infection and prevent future outbreaks. The more Canadians who install the COVID Alert app on their phones, the better we can help limit the spread of COVID-19.

Download the app and help others use it too. Find out more at canada.ca/coronavirus.

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Sep 05, 2020

Return to the Office Video

For those who have been away from the downtown core for awhile, the Toronto Financial District BIA has created a video to show you what to expect when you finally return to your office. 

We're looking forward to welcoming you back. 

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Sep 05, 2020

Getting to the office on GO Video

For those who have some anxieties about using public transit, check out this video created by the Toronto Financial District BIA to demonstrate what safety measures Metrolinx has put in place to help alleviate some of those concerns. 

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Aug 27, 2020

TDC Together - Staying Healthy at the Office

Returning to the office after a long period of isolation can be a source of anxiety for many so we've created a Staying Healthy at the Office toolkit to help you stay safe, healthy and manage anxiety as you adjust to a new work environment.

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Jul 21, 2020

COVID-19 - Mandatory Face Masks

The City of Toronto has created a by law which requires wearing a mask or face covering in indoor public spaces effective July 7, 2020. 

This means that, with some exceptions, all tenants or visitors entering Toronto-Dominion Centre are required to wear a mask or face covering while inside the property. This includes:

  • Lobbies
  • Retail Concourse (PATH) and washrooms
  • Base building washrooms and corridors on multi-tenant floors
  • All parking areas
  • Elevators 

Masks are also not to be removed in any public areas for eating, drinking or making phone calls.

A mask or face covering is an additional measure we can take to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and keep each other safe. For more information, please visit www.toronto.ca/home/covid-19/.


 

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Jul 16, 2020

COVID-19 Update

At Cadillac Fairview our first priority is the health and safety of our guests, tenants/their employees and our employees across our portfolio. 

TD Centre remains open for business; however, it is up to our clients to determine individual operating hours based on their business needs.

Our additional efforts to help keep our communities safe include the following actions:

Enhanced cleaning

We have introduced increased cleaning in all the common areas of our properties, specifically:

  • Washrooms
  • Stairwells
  • Elevators /lobbies
  • Employee common areas

Handwashing guidance/best practices

We have installed handwashing signage based on best practices guidance established by Health Canada in all washrooms and have increased hand sanitizer stations, where products are available, across our properties in order to help minimize the spread of germs.

Reporting procedures

We have established a reporting protocol with our own employees, tenants and contractors, should one of their employees be exposed to coronavirus, to ensure that we are able to contact Health Canada in a timely manner, receive guidance based on the situation and take action as required.

In-property events

We have decided to postpone or cancel all in property events that bring groups together. Examples include, but are not limited to: group yoga, seminars and other community activations.

We will continue to monitor the situation closely, and work with public health authorities as required. We thank you for your support during these unprecedented times.

For more information, please visit cadillacfairview.com