Hotel Le Germain Toronto
At Hôtel Le Germain Toronto, no detail is overlooked to ensure your comfort and meet your needs. Under our roof, you'll find a home away from home. The perfect location for intense relaxation Hôtel Le Germain Toronto invites you to relax. Unwind in our hotel, a jewel of contemporary architecture, where glass walls stretching two storeys high surround our lobby. And to give you a warm welcome: a double-sided fireplace, a library, a cappuccino bar and sumptuous relaxation areas. Hôtel Le Germain Toronto goes beyond the concept of “hotel room”. Instead our guests will discover a private sanctuary with warm wood accents and awash with natural light. Our rooms are elegantly designed, but never at the expense of warmth and comfort. Goose-down duvets, feather pillows and comfortable chairs have all been carefully selected to ensure your wellbeing and relaxation. You'll fall in love with the bathroom, where the glass shower looks out onto the room, with its plush towels, fluffy Germain bathrobes and luxurious toiletries.
Hotel Le Germain Toronto
 
 

BOND PLACE HOTEL

“Though no longer the mom-and-pop establishment first opened in 1973, The Bond Place Hotel’s ever-increasing amenities and a complete renovation are making it an attractive corporate and leisure destination in downtown Toronto. A hop, skip and a jump from bustling Dundas Square, home of the Eaton Centre, Bond Place is also within walking distance of the CN Tower, the Rogers Centre, Air Canada Centre, Hockey Hall of Fame, Harbourfront Centre, Union Station, the Toronto Island Ferry Terminal, eclectic Queen Street and  other major downtown attractions.

The hotel boasts a new fitness centre and revamped banquet and meeting spaces to accommodate the needs of corporate visitors. Newly renovated rooms give guests a place to stay, with the comforts of home all present including LCD televisions and Wi-Fi capability. The lobby-level bespresso bar serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. The hotel is a direct stop on Airport Express bus routes.”

 
 

 

 

 

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Private Securities & Investigative Services Act

Licensing
Security guards and private investigators must carry a valid licence at all times while on duty. Security guards must identify themselves and show the front of their licence to anyone who asks to see it. This includes employers, police and members of the public.

Security guards and private investigators are responsible for adhering to the Private Security and Investigative Services Act, 2005 and its regulations, including the Code of Conduct regulation.

Failure to comply can lead to 
charges.

Training
As of October 1st, 2015, the Ministry if Community & Correctional Services is introducing changes to Ontario Regulation 26/10, Training and Testing. 

Key changes are as follows:

1. Change from “Curriculum” to “Syllabus”
2. First Aid/CPR Training
3. Clarification of Online Training Requirements
4. Training Certificates

For more details and information, click here.

Resources:
For further information regarding licence renewals, application processes, and training and testing requirements, please contact the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services Private Security and Investigative Services Branch:

Website
Telephone (Toronto area): 416-212-1650
Toll free: 1-866-767-7454
Email: PSIS.PrivateSecurity@ontario.ca