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Toyota Mobility Foundation and World Resources Institute Work to Enhance Accessibility and Multi-Modal Mobility in Six Indian Cities
TORONTO, ONTARIO, June 8, 2018 – The Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) and the World Resources Institute (WRI) have agreed to work together to enhance metro accessibility through multi-modal mobility solutions in six Indian cities over the next three...
Vancouver Robotics Company One of Ten Recipients of Global Mobility Award
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, May 22, 2018 – Vancouver’s Human in Motion Robotic Inc. is one of ten recipients from around the world to receive an award to continue its research and innovation in the area of human movement and mobility and complete its...
Québec Public Mothers’ Milk Bank Able to Support More Premature Babies with Help from an Unlikely Partner: Toyota
(Montréal, Québec – May 10, 2018) Moms are the everyday heroes whose superpower often goes unnoticed – especially when the life of a fragile premature newborn is at risk. That’s why organizations like Héma-Québec do what they can to support mothers who need that extra ounce of courage.
Tomorrow’s car will clean our oceans, shelter the homeless and promote healthy eating (if these Canadian kids have anything to do with it)
TORONTO, ON – April 12, 2018 – If Canadian kids have their way, your future car will clean our environment as you drive. It will fly across oceans. And it will double as a search and rescue vehicle … and a mobile art studio.
Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) Releases Highlights from 2017 North American Environmental Report
TORONTO, ONTARIO, February 13, 2018 – With the ultimate goal of creating a net positive impact on the environment by 2050, Toyota has worked hard to contribute to widespread, meaningful change in 2017. Today, Toyota released its 2017 annual North...
The $4 million challenge to transform the world of people with lower-limb paralysis
TORONTO, ONTARIO, December 5, 2017 - The Toyota Mobility Foundation, in partnership with Nesta’s Challenge Prize Centre, has launched a USD $4 million-dollar global challenge to change the lives of people with lower-limb paralysis, culminating in the unveiling of the winners in Tokyo in 2020.
Toyota Dealerships across Canada Partner with Canadian Blood Services and Héma-Québec
TORONTO, ONTARIO, December 6, 2017 - Toyota dealers across Canada have partnered with Canadian Blood Services and Héma-Québec to spread awareness and provide opportunities for local communities to donate blood.
Picture It: Your Child’s Dream Car Could Be the Future of Mobility
(Toronto, ON – November 1, 2017) If your child is a dreamer with a passion for art and innovation, Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) wants to see their vision for the future of mobility, transportation and technology.
Toyota Marks 25 Years of Knowledge Sharing with North American Small Business and Non-Profits by Engaging New Sectors
(TORONOT, ON. – Sept. 6, 2017) Canadian Blood Services looked for ways to improve production and distribution processes at their Ontario facility. Ace Metal Crafts in Bensenville, Ill., needed to find a way to reduce their production lead time....
Two Canadian Kids Win Global Car Design Contest
Two Canadian youth – both from Vancouver, BC - have been awarded for their innovative designs at the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest global awards ceremony in Japan. Their artwork was selected from amongst...