OUT AND ABOUT IN TORONTO

The COG offices are located at 
655 Bay Street, Suite 1700
(on the 17th floor).


VISITING COG

VISITORS HOMEPAGE

THE COG OFFICES

GETTING TO COG

GETTING AROUND TORONTO

OUT AND ABOUT IN TORONTO



​WHERE TO STAY

The Chelsea Hotel is located at 33 Gerrard Street West, just around the corner from the COG offices. Discounted rates are available to COG members.

To make a reservation, please call 1.416.595.1975 and ask for the CANDU Owners Group rate, or book online.

​WHERE TO EAT

There is no shortage of dining options around COG. Some local favourites include:

The Queen & Beaver
Upscale British/Canadian pub
35 Elm Street

Adega
Portuguese fine dining
33 Elm Street

Barberian’s
Old-school steakhouse
7 Elm Street

Duke of Somerset
Casual pub and sports bar
655 Bay Street (enter through the building lobby or from Bay Street)

Pumpernickel’s
Counter-service salads and sandwiches
655 Bay Street (enter through the building lobby or from Elm Street)

To explore more of Toronto’s renowned restaurants, visit BlogTO.

THINGS TO DO IN TORONTO

COG is located in the heart of Toronto’s bustling downtown. Many of the city’s attractions lie just steps away.

Toronto Eaton Centre
Multi-level shopping center
220 Yonge Street
TTC stop: Queen Station or Dundas Station

Yonge-Dundas Square
Large public space surrounded by billboards, often the site of lively community events
1 Dundas Street East
TTC stop: Dundas Station

Nathan Phillips Square
Busy plaza in front of Toronto’s City Hall, often hosting farmers markets and food trucks, and featuring an outdoor skating rink in the winter months
100 Queen Street West
TTC stop: Queen Station

CN Tower
Once the world’s tallest structure and a great place to take in the city from above
301 Front Street West
TTC stop: 8-minute walk from Union Station

Distillery District
Cobblestone streets and 19th-century buildings that are now home to modern restaurants and boutiques
55 Mill Street
TTC stop: 7-minute walk from the Parliament Street stop on the eastbound King streetcar

Royal Ontario Museum
Museum of art, world culture and natural history, as well as Canada’s largest museum
100 Queens Park
TTC stop: Museum Station

Information about these and many more attractions can be found on the Toronto Tourism website.