|Chabad Lubavitch Ontario
Chabad Lubavitch is the largest religious Jewish organization in Ontario. They operate synagogues, schools and community centers. In the twenty-first century, threats to religious establishments are ever present. At Chabad Lubavitch, Bond has installed a singular, integrated solution for security and building access, including ICT Protege access control, perimeter alarm, Aiphone intercom, video intercom and a complete CCTV system. In religious establishments such as Chabad Lubavitch Ontario, Bond designs an innovative system that meets the religious restrictions of the end user.
|Darchel Noam Congregation
Darchel Noam is a Reconstructionist Jewish Synagogue. The building is a fully accessible facility featuring a variety of multi-purpose spaces; the building is not simply aesthetically inspiring and beautiful, but practical as well. Designed with their growing congregation in mind and using cutting-edge eco-friendly technologies and materials, 864 Sheppard Avenue West combines the traditional and the contemporary to create a unique and inviting space for its community. To secure this building, Bond Securcom provides a high-end integrated Access Control system, Panasonic CCTV system and 24/7 intrusion monitoring.
|ISIJ of Toronto - Jaffari Community Community Centre
ISIJ of Toronto is a non-profit organization that serves the Muslim community in the Greater Toronto Area. The Community successfully carries out its own burial facilities, youth programs, periodic publications, library, seniors’ activities and various other functions that are part-in-parcel with the operation of an efficient organization. The Jaffari Community center houses a mosque, library and school as well as residential housing including a seniors’ component. Bond Securcom services their security systems, including an ICT Protege access control system.
Since 1921, the Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Clubs have been dedicated to working with and enhancing the lives of children, youth and their families, providing the building blocks for creating healthy, civically engaged young people. TKBGC's historic facility, a church originally built in 1921 at 101 Spruce St., was purchased by the Kiwanis Club of Toronto in 1939. TKBGC incorporated as a not-for-profit organization, separate from the Kiwanis Club of Toronto in 1992. The location is equipped with CCTV and access control which help to protect the property and the people it serves.
|Toronto District Children's High School
Toronto District Christian High School is founded on a vision of Christian education with a particular emphasis and character, located in the heart of Woodbridge, a township in the City of Vaughan.
|The Toronto Heschel School
The Toronto Heschel School was founded in 1996 by experienced and specialized educators who chose Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel as the religious and philosophical inspiration of the school, to impart to the children the spirit of awe, thanksgiving and wonder. The Toronto Heschel School includes 20 large classrooms, a Beit Midrash, a computer lab, an art studio, a large indoor gymnasium, a library and two music rooms.