News & Events

News & Events


You Care About Your Health. We Do Too.

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Seasonal bird migrations in Ontario last from March through June, and continue again from the end of August to the beginning of November.  It is common for flocks of birds to be attracted to lights from buildings and, sadly, millions of birds are injured or killed due to collisions with buildings (source: While we understand that manypeople continue to work from home, please assist us where you can to help make our QuadReal office buildings flight-safe for birds.


The following are some simple and helpful techniques that we're doing that you too can do for both your home – especially in high-rise towers - and office settings:

·  When working late and, when localized light controls are available, please use task lighting (table or desk lamps) instead of overhead lights

·  Close window curtains and blinds at night

·  Turnoff non-critical exterior lighting during spring and fall bird migration seasons

·  If surrounding greenery is reflected in your windows, consider a bird-deterrent window solution or move greenery away from windows

·  Report a fallen bird at your home or workplace by calling Flap Canada at: 416.366.3527 or [email protected]


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Southcore Financial Centre proudly hosts a number of events annually for our tenants, visitors, and greater community. These events span live music, visual art workshops, educational exhibits, markets and more, and are often in partnership with and/or in support of local and Canadian organizations and causes. Stay tuned for upcoming events.

CAMH Sunrise Challenge

SFC is proud to join with other QuadReal properties to participate in the Sunrise Challenge to support CAMH’s ground-breaking mental health research and treatment. 


CAMH is challenging mental health allies and advocates to rise with the sun for one week of May 31st to June 6th, 2021.


We would love for you to join us in this challenge!


During the Sunrise Challenge week, participants will wake up early every morning, do something good for their mental health, and share their Sunrise Moment with their preferred social media network using #CAMHSunriseChallenge. The money raised during the Sunrise Challenge will support CAMH’s mission to research,develop and implement treatment programs and policies that stop a mental illness from becoming fatal.


If anyone would like to participate in the Sunrise Challenge and start their team or participate as an individual, please visit


Thank you for your support of our commitment to rise for mental health.