G20 Summit Planning Guide for Office Space Toronto

By Office Space Toronto In standard16th June, 2010

Telsec downtown Toronto office space  management has been working with the building management, who have been working with federal and municipal law enforcement to provide a safe and secure environment for our tenants during the period leading up to the G20 summit. Here are some of the recommendations It is strongly suggested that tenants avoid

Day Four of the FIFA World cup is buzzing

By Office Space Toronto In standard14th June, 2010

Day four of the FIFA World Cup of Soccer brings  Italy’s first game of this World Cup. The game has been widely anticipated around Toronto. Restaurants and pubs throughout the city are packed with fans who have taken this Monday afternoon off to watch their team in its first game of this tournament. While getting

My Downtown Toronto Office Space is alive with Word Cup Fever

By Office Space Toronto In standard12th June, 2010

For most of the next month, millions of people around the world will be glued to television sets and computer screens watching 32 nation teams compete in South Africa for the most coveted trophy in the sports world , the FIFA World Cup. World Cup fever has even reached my Toronto office space! I am

Maybe Jim Balsillie should buy the Toronto Maple Leafs

By Office Space Toronto In standard10th June, 2010

The Toronto Sun splashed the headline of “It’s official: Leafs are NHL’s biggest losers”. I think the biggest losers are the Toronto Maple Leaf fans, as this new title will probably never be beaten by any other team. When the Chicago Blackhawks won game 6 of the 2010 Stanley Cup finals on Wednesday night, the

G20 Summit to cause traffic problems and cell phone interference.

By Office Space Toronto In standard10th June, 2010

While the actual G20 Summit is not actually until June 26 and 27th, Torontonians are already getting frustrated by the traffic inconveniences caused by the security fences for the restricted driving zones of the downtown core and around some of the hotels like the Westin Harbour Castle . The parking lot used by many Toronto

The Toronto Mayoral Race is Starting to get interesting

By Office Space Toronto In standard8th June, 2010

There are six main candidates in this mayoral race Rob Ford, Giorgio Mammoliti, Joe Pantalone, Rocco Rossi, George Smitherman and Sarah Thomson along with another 20 candidates that many of us have never heard of. Hopefully the six primary candidates will keep coming up with plans that help keep bloggers writing about this election and

Having access to 650 locations world wide

By Office Space Toronto In standard7th June, 2010

I got an interesting email today from a friend who moved their downtown Toronto office space to Telsec a few months ago.  He made a business trip to New York City this week and was able to use a meeting room in New York as part of his office space Toronto arrangement. Having the access

D-Day June 6th 1944–Lest We Forget

By Office Space Toronto In standard6th June, 2010

Today is the 66th anniversary of D-Day. A day to remember approximately 215,000 Allied soldiers, who were killed or wounded during D-Day and the ensuing months it took to secure the capture of Normandy. In the early hours of June 6, 1944, landing craft carrying approximately 14,000 young Canadians troops, who where members of the

Discovering interesting trends on the internet

By Office Space Toronto In standard5th June, 2010

It is amazing the things that people are searching for at midnight on a Friday night. It seems tonight the biggest trend in terms of searches is whether the character known as the Undertaker in WWE is indeed dead. It amazes me who is up at midnight trying to find out whether a fictional character

Avatar Director James Cameron asked to help with oil spill

By Office Space Toronto In standard3rd June, 2010

With several failed attempts including last week’s “top kill” method had failed to contain the oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, the United States government is now seeking a Hollywood ending. The latest person to be recruited to help ending the spill is “Avatar” and “Titanic” film director James Cameron. Cameron was invited