The Globe and Mail Centre

Toronto, ON Special Event Venues
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Total Meeting Space1,301 sq. m
Standing Capacity400
Seating Capacity320
351 King Street East, Suite 1600
Toronto, ON M5A 0N1
Outside Caterers Allowed
351 King Street East, Suite 1600
Toronto, ON M5A 0N1

The Globe and Mail Centre

Toronto, ON Special Event Venues
Learn how the Cvent Supplier Network works


IACC Certified Venue



  • AV Capabilities
  • AV Capabilities (Preferred vendors)
  • Furniture (Bring your own)
  • Internet Access
  • Lighting
  • Lighting (Preferred vendors)
  • Other Decor (Bring your own)
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)
  • Table Linens (Preferred vendors)


  • Loading Dock
  • Staging Area

Alcohol and catering

  • Alcohol allowed
  • Outside Caterers Allowed

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space1,301 sq. m
Meeting Rooms4
Standing Capacity400
Seating Capacity320
Space (Private)Available
Space (Outdoor)260 sq. m

Venue Costs

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Event Hall & Lounge


Local Attractions

King East Design District

Business District
1 minute away
The King East Design District (KEDD) is a neighbourhood in the heart of Old Town Toronto. This neighbourhood runs from Church Street to River Street along King East and encompasses many thriving businesses including numerous furniture design stores. KEDD's vision is to be a hub for creativity and to lead Canada in contemporary design, art and culture.
258 Adelaide Street East
Suite 403
Toronto, ON, CA M5A 1N1

Distillery District

Historical Landmark
5 minutes away
The Distillery Historic District opened in 2003 and today it is widely regarded as Canada’s premier arts, culture and entertainment destination. A place brimming with creativity and creative people, that can inspire dreams, and a place that can help them come true.
9 Trinity Street, Suite 200
Toronto, ON, CA M5A 3C4

St. Lawrence Market

Business District
10 minutes away
Great picnic fare and edible souvenirs can be discovered at The St. Lawrence Market, ranked by National Geographic as the world’s best food market. Set in Old Town Toronto, take your taste-buds on a stroll through its famous produce and food stalls, restaurants, art exhibits and cooking classes. Be sure to try the famous peameal bacon sandwich at Carousel Bakery, recently named Toronto's signature dish!
93 Front Street East
Toronto, ON, CA M5E 1C3

Hockey Hall of Fame

15 minutes away
As Toronto's number one group destination for school trips, tour groups or team visits, the Hockey Hall of Fame is in a league of its own. Much more than simply a standard sports museum, the Hall offers a vibrant, entertaining and interactive journey for your group! HHFM is a non-profit corporation without share capital and a Registered Charity under the Income Tax Act (Canada).
30 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON, CA M5E 1X8

Toronto Island

30 minutes away
The Toronto Islands - also called the Island, or Toronto Island Park - is located in Lake Ontario, a 13-minute ferry ride from downtown Toronto. Boats to the Island leave from the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal at the foot of Bay St. and Queen’s Quay. The Island is actually a group of 15 islands inter-connected by pathways and bridges. You can walk from one end of the Island to the other. Kids and adults of all ages can find something to do or see on the Island. There are beautiful swimming beaches (including a Clothing Optional Beach on Hanlan’s Point!), sports facilities, bike, canoe and kayak rentals, a boating marina, large grassy fields for picnics, a theatre, nature paths, EMS and fire station, an amusement park and a charming 150 year-old community of 600 people living year-round in cottage-like homes. You can walk, run or take your bike on the island, walk your dog (on a leash), visit the 200 year old lighthouse or the trout pond or have a coffee or beer at one of the restaurants. There are lockers at several busy locations, a pier, boardwalk, formal gardens, playgrounds, artists retreat and even a public grade school.
9 Queens Quay West
Jack Layton Ferry Terminal
Toronto, ON, CA M5J 2H3

Distance from Airport

  • 4 km from Venue


  • Paid Parking
  • Street Parking


The Globe and Mail Centre is a purpose-built, state-of-the-art meeting & event venue situated on the top floors of the new headquarters of Canada’s leading news organization. Full of natural light, with breathtaking panoramic city and lake views, this elegant venue is LEED Gold certified and fully accessible. Equipped with the latest in audio-visual and connective technology, The Globe and Mail Centre is staffed with a professional planning team intent on making your day exceptional. Our flexible indoor and outdoor spaces are suited to a wide range of corporate events, including conferences, meetings, award presentations, product launches, receptions and gala celebrations. The Globe and Mail Centre is an IACC Certified Venue.

Cancellation Policy

Deposit & Cancellations Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable. Client cancellations must be confirmed in writing to Events Manager in accordance with the Event Rental Terms and Conditions. The Globe and Mail will consider missed payment deadlines as grounds for terminating the contract and cancelling the Event booking. In the event of a cancellation, a cancellation fee will apply and is intended to compensate The Globe and Mail for the reasonable value of the lost revenue from space rental, Event staffing, Audio Visual fees, and beverage packages charges. THE CANCELLATION FEES ARE AS FOLLOWS: Number of Days Prior to the 30 days or more 100% of Initial Deposit 11-29 days 50% of Event Invoice 0-10 days 100% of Event Invoice

Event Insurance

Event insurance is required.