Celebrating D+I at Toyota Canada

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A Friendship Renewed

Charging of the Eagle Feather Ceremony

For National Indigenous History Month, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (TMMC) hosted a Charging of the Eagle Feather Ceremony to recognize and celebrate the relationship between Conestoga College, Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI), and TMMC.

Members of DRIVE (a TCI business partnering group) along with executives from TCI and Toyota Credit Canada Inc. attended the ceremony, which included taking hold of the eagle feather during a traditional prayer and lighting of sage and smoke in a bowl to recharge the feather.


Toyota Canada Exterior HQ sign

Rated Gold for Accessibility

In June, Toyota Canada’s new Eastern Canada Parts Distribution Centre in Clarington, Ontario, earned a Gold rating for accessibility from Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification™—the top rating awarded by the program.


This achievement is testament to Toyota Canada’s ongoing leadership in creating a more inclusive society. We’re proud to work with an organization that continues to put accessibility at the heart of its overall business commitments.

Vice President of Access and Inclusion, Rick Hansen Foundation

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Toyota Cars for Good™

In 2021 Toyota Canada Inc. launched a new national program—Toyota Cars for Good™—to celebrate nonprofits that are breaking down barriers to movement.

3 organizations were selected to receive a brand-new Toyota vehicle with optional mobility modifications  |  3 were awarded grants of $5,000 in recognition of their efforts to foster inclusion through physical accessibility