We've made a business decision to abandon all point to point services that are built as tunnels over our Switched Ethernet/MPLS Network. All of that stuff you used to worry about with Switched/Tunnelled point to point circuits (MEF certification, CIR, PIR, CE-VLANs, PVLANs, QoS, etc), all become irrelevant on a dedicated wavelength.
All of these MEF standards and technologies were invented and popularized by router vendors as a way to shoehorn an application onto their platforms so that they could sell more hardware. Truth be told, they just don't belong there. When you are tunnelling over an IP/MPLS network, your private circuit is still subject to all of the vagaries of an IP delivery platform. The service provider can build extremely complex QoS rules into their product, but those often end up causing more problems due to their complexity than they ever save you from.
Simple, robust, dedicated circuits between any On-Net buildings, or from any On-Net building to any major data centre in and around Toronto - as well as circuits from any On-Net building or major data centre in and around Toronto to most of the popular long-haul landing points for circuits going out of the city.