The Trust has a practice of protecting the privacy and security of its customers, suppliers and associates’ records. We are committed to meeting our obligations under the Canadian privacy laws including the PIPEDA (Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act).

The purpose of this policy is to establish and maintain the basis upon which personal information regarding associates, customers, suppliers, vendors of the Trust will be collected, used, disclosed, retained and destroyed.

This policy applies to all associates, customers, suppliers and vendors of the Trust. Personal information includes any factual or subjective information, recorded or not, about an identifiable individual. It does not include information normally found on business cards, such as name, employer, title, business address, and business telephone or fax number, nor information that is publicly available.

The Privacy Officer will have overall responsibility for this policy and is designated to oversee compliance. The Trust is committed to the privacy rights of its associates/customers/ suppliers/vendors by ensuring that their personal information is collected, used disclosed, retained and destroyed in a manner consistent with PIPEDA.


Personal information collected and retained will be used for business purposes relating to the associate’s hire and employment as well as the operation of the Trust’s business. Such business purposes may include but not be limited to:
• Determining suitability for hire, promotion, transfer, retention and assignment;
• Administering compensation, benefit and expense reimbursement programs;
• Measuring and managing business and personal performance productivity;
• Complying with legal obligations, including, but not limited to, employment standards, labour relations, human rights, workers compensation, health and safety, taxation and common law obligations.


By signing the employment contract, associates provide the necessary and appropriate consent to the collection, retention, disclosure and destruction of personal information that is relevant to business purposes of the Trust.


Personal information collected and retained will be limited to that which is necessary for the purposes identified.


Personal information collected by the Trust will not be used or disclosed for purposes other than those for which it is collected, except with the consent of the associate or as required by law. Personal information will only be retained for as long as necessary for the fulfillment of those purposes or as required by law. Further, by signing the employment contract, or other contracts/leases or legal documents, vendors/suppliers/ contractors/vendors and associates provide consent to the Trust’s disclosure of such personal information to third parties for legitimate, identified purposes, including but not limited to, compensation and benefits administrators, consultants and advisors and governmental and adjudicative authorities or potential successors to all or part of the business of the Trust.


Personal information collected and retained will be as accurate, complete and up-to-date as is necessary for the purposes for which it is to be used. Upon hire, associates are requested to provide their personal information in an accurate and complete manner. Associates are also requested to submit via email to Human Resources anytime there is a change in personal information that is retained by the Trust.


Personal information collected and retained will be safeguarded by means appropriate to the sensitivity and risk as determined by the Trust. Furthermore, associates are expected to honour any confidentiality agreements from previous associates or their parties and will not make inappropriate use of any other person’s confidential or proprietary information in carrying out their duties for the Trust.


The Trust will make readily available to associates specific information about policies and procedures relating to the management of personal information that is under its control. Associates are invited to review any and all Trust policies on the Trust’s Online Orientation and the intranet for the most up to date versions as changes are made and communicated to all associates.


Upon request, associates may be informed of the existence, use and disclosure of their personal information that is under the Trust’s control and may be given access to that information. To do so, associates are requested to contact Human Resources and make an appointment to view their personnel file and any other relevant personal information they believe is being retained. Any corrections or revision to personal information retained by the Trust should be corrected by sending an email to Human Resources

Rafaël Rozendaal

New York-based and Dutch-Brazillian by heritage, Rafael is a visual artist who uses the internet as his canvas. He also creates installations, tapestries, lenticulars, books, and lectures. Rafaël’s work has been exhibited across the globe in Times Square, Whiteney Museum, Cassa Franca, Seoul Art Square, and the Stedelijk Museum. Most recently Rafaël sold his digital piece ‘Deep Blue’ on the emerging, high-value NFT market.


Silence is a digital artwork consisting of 3 ambient moving images. The works are almost abstract, but a suggestion of space and movement hints at experiences of landscapes and travel. With minimal elements of colour and rhythm, a maximal experience is created of immersion and contemplation.

PXL Gallery

Rob King

A GTA local, that wanted to grow up to become a scientist, artist, inventor or time traveller. Rob King had the rare fortune of being able to blend his diverse childhood ambitions into a career as a creative technologist; creating work that blends cutting edge technology, data-visualization, real-world phenomena and emergent behaviors. Beyond his artistic practice, Rob is the founder of XZZ Creative Technologies. In this capacity, he has worked along-side artists and brands to create unique, compelling interactive artworks, installations and experiences using technology.

Jim Campbell

San Francisco based artist known for his contemporary, low resolution LED lightworks, Jim Campbell was engaged to consult in with the design and development of PXL Gallery and will be a featured artist for the installation. Throughout the design process, Campbell, alongside the SmartCentres and Diamond Schmitt teams, thoroughly investigated technology and did substantial testing, that will serve as the infrastructure for the display for all artworks commissioned for the PXL Gallery. Holding nearly twenty patents in the field of video image processing, Campbell’s work has also been exhibited internationally in various renowned contemporary art institutions.

Ben Johnston

Known for his custom typography, Ben Johnston is a multi-disciplinary artist and designer using murals, advertising and public art, and consistently pushing the envelope in his field. Receiving numerous awards from the Type Directors Club, Ben was selected as one of the 2019 TDC Ascenders. Raised in Cape Town, South Africa, and currently Toronto-based, he creates large-scale murals for corporate clients and NGOs in city centres globally including San Francisco, Serbia, Hawaii and India. Whether executing a mural in a remote part of India or an animated artwork for an NFT auction, he aims to find a unique approach, drawing on inspirations from his travels.

Follow Ben on Instagram @ben_johnston.

Better Together

The mural refers to the certainty that by uniting as social creatures, we can always achieve more. “I’m trying to invoke to both the citizens of the city of Vaughan and the entire GTA is that now more than ever, we need to band together and create lasting memories, as our voyage on earth is limited by time and space.



Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist Jerry Rugg – aka birdO- is primarily known for his large-scale mural work on walls and buildings globally. Jerry’s long passion for the arts, storied experience working in film, and skills acquired as an award-winning graphic designer, have all contributed to his approach, which focuses on an acute awareness of the surface and studious preparation with regard to local culture and surroundings.

Follow birdO on Instagram @jerryrugg.

Birds of Feather

Created for those whose eye is drawn to the surreal. As the site becomes an official destination in Ontario, the mural is a tip of the cap to the people in our communities who are curious and eccentric art lovers, who seek out unique places to gather and share memories. The Kingfisher birds are a subtle homage to those of us with a bright feather that tends to flock together!

Ricardo Cavolo

Based out of sunny Madrid, Ricardo Cavolo’s eclectic international style is based on relationships with comic, cartoon, outsider art and tribal arts. Cavolo’s art is all about stories, characters, and their experiences across time. Utilizing art as a complex narrative, Cavolo often focuses on portraiture. These depictions propel protagonists to champion their unique tales. Referencing religious and historical fiction illustrations, his use of symbolism connected to a modern and playful audience. Cavolo’s portfolio features public murals and art exhibitions across the globe from Paris to Moscow and Mexico City to Hong Kong. Notably, Cavolo’s body of work includes illustrations, publications, fashion collaborations and a wide variety of commissioned works.

Follow Ricardo on Instagram @ricardocavolo


“I always like to give a deep message with my art, usually something positive and optimistic. Especially during these times, I think we need to create a sort of the net between all of us giving us light and good vibes to get out from this dark moment. We need to bring our inner suns and share that light with the rest of the world.”


Jeremy Shantz

Born in British Columbia, Canadian artist, Jeremy Shantz, studied classical painting, sculpture, film and creative electronics. Graduating with honors from UBC-Okanagan, Jeremy now lives and works in Montreal, as well as exhibiting internationally. With a diverse practice of painting on canvas, drawing, sculpture, mural, photography, graphics and video, his art can be described as an exploration infused with West Coast culture, mixing pop and surrealist references with themes of fluidity, the unknown, melange potential and materialistic illusions.

Follow Jeremy on Instagram @jshantzart

An exploration of our timespace. A reverberation of our endless transformation.

Depicting a figurative character separated into multiple pieces and elements, detached and floating in space. This imagery represents the many facets that must come together to create a singular item that is diverse and strong conceptually and esthetically. This piece represents our creative communities, the many unique ideas, perspectives, and skills that are necessary for us to grow together, become stronger, and create more impactful public works of art. The process to complete the smart centre mural is the perfect example of this as I had the pleasure of designing something that my peers created on my behalf, the results of this collaborative effort realized something completely unique that I could never have accomplished alone.