COVID-19 – Updates

COVID-19 – Updates

Updated on February 25, 2021

Dear visitors,

The health and safety of our community are our number one priority.

We are committed to maintaining Le 1000 De La Gauchetière to the industry’s highest cleanliness standards, and we comply with the protocols and guidelines established by public health and governmental authorities.

Please help us keep our property safe and do not enter if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms: COUGH, DIFFICULTY BREATHING, OR FEVER.

Please note that the wearing of a face covering or mask is mandatory while visiting our building.

We are relying on everyone's cooperation, as together we will ensure the well-being of all. Thank you for your trust in us. 

Thank you for your understanding and collaboration. 

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ACCESS TO ATRIUM LE 1000 SKATING RINK 

We are pleased to announce the reopening of the Atrium Le 1000 skating rink as of February 26, 2021.

In the current context and in light of the latest directives issued by the Government of Quebec, we have implemented health and safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the well-being of our community while allowing the resumption of activities at the indoor skating rink:

  • Wearing a facemask is mandatory for people over 10 years old
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • Stay 2 meters apart
  • Please prioritize payment by debit/credit card

Moreover, no food or beverages will be allowed in the common areas.

In order to provide optimal access to the skating rink, admission now operates in 1.5-hour (90 minutes) slots.

Please note that places are limited and must be booked at least one day before your visit by calling 514 395-0555 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

An admission ticket gives access to a predetermined time slot according to the current schedule. It will only be possible to book one time slot per day and per person in order for everyone to enjoy Atrium Le1000.

In addition, to make the most of your visit, rates are now reduced! To find out about the new schedules and rates, click here.

Looking forward to seeing you safely on the ice.

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ACCESS TO THE PUBLIC

The corridors remain a transit passage.

Please note that the maximum number of people allowed in the commercial gallery is 190.

As a result, and keeping with our COVID-19 safety measures, please be aware that exterior line-ups may occur at the building’s entrances. Please dress accordingly as there may be a wait time to get into the property.

 

Effective February 8, 2021

In light of the latest developments and guidelines issued by the government of Quebec, Le 1000 De La Gauchetière’s commercial gallery will reopen to the public on February 8, 2021.

Our top priority remains the health and safety of our customers, tenants, employees and our community. Le 1000 De La Gauchetière’s commercial gallery is deploying all the means at its disposal to help limit the spread of the virus and is closely monitoring the evolution of the situation. 

For more details on specific opening hours, please contact the retailer directly.

Please note that the reception desk at Le 1000 De La Gauchetière is closed until further notice.

 

Food Court
The food court seating is temporarily inaccessible, in order to comply with the latest directives issued by the Québec government.

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ACCESS TO TENANTS

Required access and services will be maintained.

Please note that tenants must have an access card at all times.

We remind you that in addition to complying with the usual rules regarding health and safety at work, it is your responsibility to comply with the specific health and safety requirements and directives issued by the Government of Quebec due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Please take note of the measures taken in the property and follow the instructions as indicated in the tenant guide sent to your company.

 

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For any questions you may have, please contact security at 514 395-1000.  

We are relying on the collective cooperation of people who may be showing symptoms associated with COVID-19 not to frequent public places and, as recommended by governmental authorities, remain at home.  

We thank you for your understanding during this time.