COVID-19: Precautionary Measures We're Taking
Updated on March 24
The safety and health of our visitors, customers and retailers are of the utmost importance for Ivanhoé Cambridge. Regarding the COVID-19 situation, be assured that we have been closely following the recommendations of the Public Health Agency of Canada, which is working with the provincial governments and international partners, including the World Health Organization (WHO).
As such, we are paying particular attention to retailers, customers and visitors’ awareness of hand-washing hygiene and respiratory etiquette. Over the last few weeks, we included additional measures, particularly regular filling of soap dispensers and antiseptic hand-gel dispensers at designated locations. We have increased the frequency of our cleaning practices in our buildings’ common areas and our cleaning products comply with recommendations for COVID-19 sanitization in the workplace.
On March 23, 2020, the Government of Quebec issued a directive ordering the closure of all non-essential businesses and services in the province of Quebec.
ACCESS TO THE PUBLIC – March 23 to May 1st, 2020
Pharmaprix and FedEx will remain open and will be accessible to the public via Galerie PVM.
We invite you to check opening and closing hours with tenants directly who are providing essential services.
As a preventative measure and as suggested by health authorities, we are eliminating the use of tables and chairs in all common area.
ACCESS TO TENANTS – March 25 to April 13, 2020
Required accesses and services will be maintained so that tenants offering essential services as identified by governmental guidelines may have access to their premises.
1 PVM – accessible from the main entrance
2 PVM and 3 PVM – accessible from 1 PVM (via rue Robert-Bourassa)
4 PVM et 5 PVM – accessible from the Galerie PVM (via rue Mansfield)
Please note that all of the information kiosks at PVM are closed until further notice. For any questions you may have, please contact security at 514 861-4286.
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.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you preventing people with coronavirus-like symptoms from entering your properties?
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 invite you to click on the following link to learn more on the Community-based measures to mitigate the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Canada. https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection/health-professionals/public-health-measures-mitigate-covid-19.html