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Toyota Contributes to Fire Relief Efforts in British Columbia
(TORONTO, ONTARIO – July 17, 2017) As fast moving fires in British Columbia are forcing thousands of people from their homes, Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) and Toyota Financial Services (TFS) are contributing $50,000 to help the Canadian Red Cross with their...
Finding a Match in an Unexpected Place: Toyota Canada and its Dealers Announce Continued Support for Canadian Blood Services and the Héma-Québec Foundation
(TORONTO, ON. – June 15, 2017) For Toyota, Canadian Blood Services and the Héma-Québec Foundation – three organizations with vastly different products and services but a similar dedication to quality, efficiency and improving the lives of Canadians - an...
Toyota Contributes to Flood Relief Efforts
TORONTO, ONTARIO, (May 12, 2017) – As extensive flooding in several provinces across Canada is forcing thousands of people from their homes, Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) and Toyota Financial Services (TFS) are contributing $50,000 to help the Canadian Red Cross with their ongoing relief efforts in the affected communities.
Nine Canadian youth announced as finalists for 2017 Toyota Dream Car Art Contest
TORONTO, ON., March 23, 2017 – Invite children to think about what “dream cars” should be, let them unleash their imaginations with colourful drawings, and get ready to be inspired. That’s the essence of the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest.
kartSTART Presented by Toyota Returns to the Track for 2017 Tour
Participants to experience new Toyota Safety Sense demonstration first hand kartSTART celebrates 7th year with a new stop added to the 2017 nationwide tour TORONTO, ONTARIO (March 6, 2017) – Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) announced today that, by...
Imagining the Vehicles of Our Children’s Wildest Dreams: Toyota Inspires Passion and Creativity with the 2017 Toyota Dream Car Art Contest
TORONTO, ONTARIO, October 3, 2016 – If your child loves art, is inspired by imagination, and has a vision for the future of mobility, Toyota Canada wants to see their wildest ideas.
Attention Drivers: Automated Vehicle Technology Not Driverless Yet
Ottawa, September 29th, 2016 /CNW/ - Startling results of a national public opinion survey about automated vehicles revealed that public misperceptions and over-confidence in these technologies may have unintended consequences for driver behaviour. The May 2016 poll was released today by the Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) in partnership with the Toyota Canada Foundation (TCF). More than 2,600 Canadian drivers responded to the poll that investigated driver knowledge, attitudes, and practices in relation to much anticipated, semi- and fully-automated vehicles.
Toyota Canada Foundation Invests in Vancouver’s Future Leaders with $25,000 Donation to Nikkei Place Foundation
VANCOUVER, B.C. July 22, 2016 – The Toyota Canada Foundation is donating $25,000 to Vancouver’s Nikkei Place Foundation to support volunteering and mentorship programs for future leaders.
Toyota in Canada Aids Support of Alberta Fires Relief
TORONTO, ON., (May 6, 2016) – In efforts to aid communities affected by the Alberta Fires, Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) and Toyota Financial Services (TFS) today committed $100,000 in support of relief efforts in the province by the Canadian Red Cross.
Earth Day: Toyota Canada Has Future Generations In Mind
TORONTO, ON., April 22, 2016 – Toyota Canada’s commitment to environmental sustainability was extended through Earth Day initiatives this week. “Earth Day is a great reminder of the responsibility each individual has to the environment every day,” said...