Love Thy Neighbour
In keeping with our civic-minded spirit, a Drake priority from our very first day on West Queen West has been to establish meaningful relationships with the local community, giving back through a number of important programs and initiatives. Our collaborative nature means our efforts go beyond writing a cheque as we aim to rally our community around causes that support our cultural pillars of food + drink and art + culture in the neighbourhoods where we set up shop. So join us for block parties in the Junction Triangle, house parties on West Queen West, night markets in the Downtown Core or hockey games in Prince Edward County all in support of the causes that we hold closest to our hearts.
The Drake's guests, staff, vendors, artists, and collaborators are expected to abide by our Code of Conduct, remaining mindful of and taking responsibility for their speech and behaviour at all times. We respect free expression but will not tolerate words or actions that are racist, sexist, homophobic, ageist, classist, transphobic, cissexist, or ableist. Respecting physical and emotional boundaries, we do not accept oppressive behaviour, harassment, or exclusionary actions.
The Drake management will intervene where necessary to help ensure these expectations are met. If you witness or experience any abusive or harmful behaviour, our guests and team members are encouraged to let a member of our team know or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.