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Proud Partners

National Partners

Toyota and Canadian Blood Services are two organizations with vastly different products and services but a similar dedication to quality, efficiency and improving the lives of Canadians - an unlikely partnership has turned out to be a perfect match.

Collaboration across the organizations began as a knowledge sharing project in 2015. For more than 70 years, Toyota has excelled at developing its manufacturing processes and has worked hard to continuously improve them. Based on the philosophies of the world-renowned Toyota Production System, Toyota has helped hundreds of other organizations enhance productivity, maximize available resources and further improve quality and safety.

Give Life Partners

We are pleased to launch the new Give Life partner program. This partnership program engages national organizations who are eager to help patients in need of blood. The community-minded organizations profiled below are targeting one or two months a year to encourage their employees, members and clients across the country to Give Life by donating blood and/or stem cells. They are inspiring people to #GiveLife on social media, through internal and client communications to make an even greater difference.

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The Shia Ismaili Muslims are a community of ethnically and culturally diverse people living in over 25 countries around the world. Guided by their Spiritual Leader, His Highness the Aga Khan, Ismailis today are settled throughout Canada and occupy a variety of positions across the public, private and voluntary sectors. Over the last 45 years of Ismaili presence in Canada, the community has sought to contribute to the fabric of Canadian society by its involvement in many spheres of public life and through regional programs that demonstrate the values of volunteerism, compassion, self-reliance and intellectual engagement.

CAA North & East Ontario (CAA NEO) is a not-for-profit auto club offering roadside assistance to Members along with an extensive array of travel and insurance services.

Hockey Gives Blood

Hockey Gives Blood is a non-profit society that has partnered with the Canadian Blood Services in an effort to reduce blood shortages nationwide. The inspiration for this group came from two separate events; the first being the death of Tom Middleton (father of Stu Middleton, cofounder) and the second being the Humboldt Broncos tragedy. Stu’s father was killed on the Trans-Canada Highway while en route to one his Junior games in 2000. Stu’s teammates and the local hockey community helped him through that difficult time just as Canadians witnessed the hockey community rallying together to help those affected by the accident in Humboldt. In wake of the 2018 tragedy, Hockey Gives Blood set out to build something that is positive, is long-lasting, and is a tool for the hockey community to make a positive impact at every level. The team is comprised of former players who believe Hockey Gives Blood has the potential to be a leader in sport benevolence. As passionate as they are about hockey, they are just as enthusiastic about this incredible movement!

WestCan

Westcan Bulk Transport proudly serves the bulk transportation needs of over 500 customers in the energy, mining, agriculture, and construction industries and strives to be a provider of choice through the commitment of our people and our uncompromising commitment to service, safety, and operational excellence. Westcan Bulk Transport has a fleet of over 750 trucks and 2,000 trailers and operates out of locations across Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, Ontario and the Northwest Territories. In November 2013, RTL-Westcan (Westcan’s parent company) was purchased by The Kenan Advantage Group, North America’s largest tank truck transporter and logistics provider, as the flagship company for their Canadian presence. It is our mission to be good corporate citizens in the communities in which we do business which is why we are proud to support Canadian Blood Services.

LLSC Canada

The Light The Night Walk celebrates and honours cancer survivors, acts as a memorial to those facing a loss and gives hope and healing to those still fighting. These events bond communities together, creating life-long connections that bring light to the darkness of blood cancers.

Give Life Partners

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