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Toyota Canada Sponsors Important National Dialogue About Racism
TORONTO, Ontario – MAY 26, 2021 –Toyota Canada is providing financial support for two Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) initiatives seeking to engage Canadians in an important national dialogue about racism in our communities...
Hospital’s Mobile Vaccination Units Get Minivans, Volunteer Drivers from Toyota
TORONTO, Ontario – MAY 13, 2021 – As COVID-19 vaccination efforts continue to ramp up across the country, Women’s College Hospital (WCH) in Toronto received a welcome surprise when a local Toyota dealership offered three minivans – complete with...
Kids Across Canada Design Cars to Make the World a Better Place
TORONTO, ON – APRIL 19, 2021 – After an incredibly challenging year, many of us are turning to the world’s children for a glimpse of a brighter future. Among the children proving us with hope are nine kids from Canada who are being globally recognized...
Toyota Canada Launches Toyota Cars For Good™ for Organizations Fostering Inclusion Through Physical Accessibility in Communities Across Canada
TORONTO, ON – March 8, 2021 – Today, Toyota Canada launched Toyota Cars For Good™, a national giveaway program to recognize local organizations breaking down barriers to movement and fostering inclusion through physical accessibility in communities across Canada...
Mobility Unlimited Challenge Winner Receives $1M for Ultra-lightweight Intelligent Wheelchair
LONDON (December 22, 2020) -- The winner of the three-year Mobility Unlimited Challenge has now been announced with Phoenix Instinct from the UK receiving $1 million to further develop their intelligent ultra-light carbon fiber wheelchair, bring it to...
Canadian Kids Innovate to Solve the World’s Social and Economic Issues
Toronto, July 8, 2020 – Can the automobile of the future help solve some of the world’s most pressing health, social and environmental issues? Canadian kids certainly think so – and the winners of one national innovation and design competition shared...
Shifting to At-Home Education Leaves Some Canadian Kids at a Disadvantage
Toronto, July 6, 2020 – With in-school sessions paused across the country, educators have been grappling with the need to provide effective lessons remotely and digitally for students now learning at home. As teachers shift to online learning and...
Canadian Kids Design Vehicles of the Future as Part of Global Innovation Contest
TORONTO, ON – JUNE 25, 2020 – Could the vehicles of the future help solve some of the world’s health, social injustice and environmental issues? Young Canadians certainly think so – and they’ve shared their inspirational visions in the 2020 Toyota Dream...
The Need for Blood Continues During the COVID-19 Pandemic
TORONTO, ONTARIO – June 25, 2020. The need for blood continues. Even during a pandemic. That’s the message Toyota and Lexus are helping the country’s blood agencies deliver to Canadians through more than a million dollars worth of...
Canadian Businesses Help Food Banks Across the Country as Demand for Food Security Assistance Increases
Toronto, June 8, 2020 – It’s estimated that, even in prosperous times, more than one million Canadians rely on food banks every month. Today, the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting effects on the economy have exacerbated the situation to the point where food banks are facing unprecedented demand.