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The Canadian Dream is inspiring us to Find New Roads as a car company. For over 100 years, we’ve been shaped by the Canadian Dream. By the people, places and things that move this country forward. The dream is now stronger than ever. So we drove across the country to capture it. See how the dream has inspired us along the way—and how it continues to inspire the programs we support, the cars we build and everything else we do.
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Amanda Kalhous, Don Eng and Denesen Thuraisingam are engineers at the Canadian Technical Centre in Oshawa, Ontario. Every day they work hard developing new technology for Chevrolet. Because they all share one Canadian dream: to help give the next generation better choices. This is what inspired them to work on electric vehicles like the Bolt EV – so the world can be a better and safer place for their children. Their innovation is helping us find new roads as a car company.
Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup  Congratulations to The Pas Huskies, this year’s Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup Champions. They’ve inspired us with their commitment off the ice and the incredible impact it has had on their community.  As Champions, they’ll take home a total of $15,000 for the charity of their choice, a Winner’s Ceremony in their home town, a feature on broadcast television and a summer skate with the Chevrolet Hockey Ambassadors.   Congratulations and thank you to all the Peewee teams who participated this year. Join us in congratulating and thanking them by using #GoodDeedsCup.  Check back in September to enter next season’s competition!
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We continue to be a leader in sustainable innovation, because it should be easier to make important choices for our kids' future.
It’s a make the world a better place kind of dream. This kitchen’s door is open to everyone. PIN Toronto, ON
Video of the Women of Newcomer Kitchen.
The women of Newcomer Kitchen.
Cara Benjamin-Pace started Newcomer Kitchen with one purpose in mind: to help Syrian newcomers find a sense of community. Her project is giving these women a space to share their culture and settle into their new homes. Newcomer Kitchen welcomes everyone and we’re proud to help share their mission.
A group of people practicing Tai Chi.
A group of people practicing Tai Chi.
Video of a woman giving dance instruction to another woman in a wheelchair at the Corpuscule Danse Company.
In this dream, we all get to where we want to go. Anyone can express themselves. PIN Montreal, QC
France Geoffroy is the founder and artistic director of the Corpuscule Danse company. Working with world-renowned choreographers, she developed an integrated dance movement for all of us. We’re inspired by France’s commitment to helping Canadians find new ways to express themselves.
A woman giving another woman dance instruction at the Corpuscule Danse Company.
What does the hashtag Canadian Dream mean to you? Share your story in a social post with hashtag Canadian Dream and tell us how the dream inspires you.
Success is measured differently in this dream. One person’s work can help an industry. PIN Peggy’s Cove, NS
Fisherman Wayne Manuel, tying down a rope in his fishing boat.
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Wayne Manuel has worked hard to do what he loves. This fourth-generation fisherman has been selling lobsters as far back as the third grade. He believes Canada’s small towns are important, and does his part every day to support his local industry. We believe it’s Canadians like Wayne that drive us all forward.
View of a young boy lying on the floor under a chair.
View of a young boy lying on the floor under a chair.
View of two people hugging.
Samareh Kooshandeh is the founder of Vancouver Free Hugs. What started out as a way to make friends quickly turned into a movement. It was beautiful to witness her group connecting to Canadians and making their day brighter—without a single word. “It’s the silent way of saying, ‘You matter to me.’ ”
In this dream, people care about people they’ve never met. A small gesture can make a big difference. PIN Vancouver, BC
GIF of people involved in the Free Hugs movement.