Canada, Toyota discuss clean technology

A member of parliament met with Japanese automaker Toyota last week to discuss the company’s intention to expand its clean technology in Canada.

The Minister of Innovation, Navdeep Bains, and Toyota chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada, reviewed the carmaker’s investment in manufacturing operations within the country. They looked at several possibilities in reducing greenhouse gases through the adoption of zero-emissions vehicles, according to a news release.

The development and integration of emerging technologies like fuel cell vehicles may help create new jobs in the country, according to Bains.

“Putting Canada at the forefront of innovation and technology adoption will generate new business opportunities and create high-quality middle-class jobs for Canadians,” Bains said. “It will also equip Canadians with the in-demand skills they need for the well-paying jobs of today and into the future.”

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