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Our mission is to be the easiest place to buy and sell your car in Canada. Since 2010 we have provided over one million Canadians a simple and easy way to get pre-approved for a car loan or sell their car. If you are shopping for a car we’ll help you get pre-approved for financing first, and then one of our local partner dealerships will help you get into a car that fits your pre-approved budget. If you are selling your car you can sell it directly to us! We provide a safe and convenient alternative to selling your car privately. Visit https://www.canadadrives.ca to learn more.
TMMC is Toyota’s vehicle assembly operation in Ontario, Canada. At TMMC, we have three separate production lines: two in Cambridge and one just down the highway in Woodstock. Established in 1988, our 5.4 million sq. ft. facility employs over 8,500 valuable Team Members. Thanks to these Team Members and the Toyota Production System, TMMC is the most awarded plant for quality in the Americas and has produced over 9,000,000 vehicles. TMMC is an important member of its community and aims to be a leading corporate citizen by sending zero waste to landfill every year, and by supporting local nonprofit organizations. For more detailed information about Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada, including all current job postings, please go to the TMMC website located at www.tmmc.ca. Please be aware of fraudulent job offers. Learn more by visiting https://tmmc.ca/en/scam-alert/
At Toyota, we believe that when we’re free to move, anything is possible. We’re leading the way to the future of mobility, so everyone can move freely, happily and comfortably. We understand that our success as a company is directly tied to the success of our people. We’re committed to supporting the needs and growth of our team members both in and out of the workplace, and providing the tools and resources they need to unlock their potential. So we can make the world a better place, together.
FGL Sports Ltd. is Canada's largest national retailer of sporting goods, offering a comprehensive assortment of brand-name and private-brand products and operating more than 500 stores from coast to coast, under the following corporate and franchise banners: Sport Chek, Sports Experts, Atmosphere, National Sports, Intersport, Econosports, Pro Hockey Life and S3. We sell a vast assortment of athletic products from footwear to apparel to the equipment required to perform your favourite sport. For more information about FGL Sports, visit www.fglsports.com.
If you build it in Brazil, Votorantim Cimentos will probably come. The company, Brazil's largest manufacturer of cement, also makes and sells aggregates, concrete, lime, and mortar. Votorantim Cimentos supplies such large scale construction projects as office buildings, bridges, and hydroelectric dams. Its other products include such building materials as concrete blocks, paving stones, and roof tiles. A subsidiary of industrial conglomerate Votorantim Group, the company operates 25 plants in Brazil and seven in North America. It produces as much as 33 million tons of cement annually.
Restaurant Brands International Inc. ("RBI") is one of the world's largest quick service restaurant companies with more than $30 billion in system-wide sales and over 25,000 restaurants in more than 100 countries and U.S. territories. RBI owns three of the world's most prominent and iconic quick service restaurant brands – TIM HORTONS®, BURGER KING®, and POPEYES®. These independently operated brands have been serving their respective guests, franchisees and communities for over 40 years. RBI is committed to growing the TIM HORTONS®, BURGER KING®, and POPEYES® brands by leveraging their respective core values, employee and franchisee relationships, and long track records of community support. Each brand benefits from the global scale and shared best practices that come from ownership by Restaurant Brands International Inc.
CN is a North American transportation and logistics leader focused on supply chain innovation and trade-enablement. We offer integrated shipping solutions including rail, intermodal, trucking, freight forwarding, warehousing, and distribution. Delivering Responsibly is at the heart of how CN is building for a sustainable future. It means moving customer goods safely and efficiently, being environmentally responsible, attracting and developing the best railroaders, helping build safer, stronger communities, while adhering to the highest ethical standards. We are raising our game to deliver for a sustainable future, to make a meaningful difference for our people, our customers and the many communities where we operate. Our team of over 24,000 railroaders transport more than C$250 billion worth of goods annually for a wide range of business sectors, through a rail network spanning approximately 20,000 route-miles across North America.
We provide our clients with a complete home décor experience by offering fine products from around the world that are well made and beautiful to look at. Our showroom houses a large and diverse selection of furniture, bedding, lighting, accessories, rugs and broadloom as well as decorative plumbing, hardware and boutique items at our Ginger’s store. We’ve also opened a new concept store – Elte MKT, a one stop shop that takes luxury home décor to an accessible level. Elte’s family tradition began over 95 years ago and we continue into our fourth generation with the same excitement and passion for our clients and products.
Inaugurée en 1992, Aluminerie Alouette est une entreprise indépendante de production d’aluminium regroupant cinq actionnaires : AMAG Austria Metall AG (Autriche, 20 %), Hydro Aluminium (Norvège, 20 %), Investissement Québec (Canada, 6,67 %), Marubeni Métaux & Minéraux (Japon, 13,33 %) et Rio Tinto (Canada, 40 %). Avec plus de 900 employés et une capacité de production annuelle de près de 630 000 tonnes d’aluminium de première fusion, elle est le plus important employeur privé de Sept-Îles, Québec et la plus importante aluminerie des Amériques. L’usine place le développement durable et l’innovation au cœur de ses actions. Elle possède de nombreuses certifications, dont celle de la Norme de la chaîne de traçabilité de l’Aluminium Stewarship Initiative, gage du caractère durable et responsable du métal septilien, exporté partout dans le monde.