In a landmark donation that sets an example for corporate responsibility and underscores the importance of preserving Canada’s natural heritage, Subaru Canada International is committing the first corporate contribution to Parks Canada’s Conservation and Restoration program.

The $100,000 donation is a testament to the shared commitment of organizations like Subaru and Parks Canada in safeguarding the natural beauty of our national parks for Canadians and visitors from around the world.

“We are strong advocates for the responsible use of the natural environment in Canada, an outlook we have always shared with Parks Canada,” said Subaru Canada’s Chairman, President, and CEO, Tomohiro Kubota. “By contributing to this fund, we can help ensure that Subaru owners and Canadians alike will be able to continue to responsibly explore for generations.”

CoRe projects occur throughout national historic sites, national parks, and national marine conservation areas administered by Parks Canada and can vary widely from project to project. From restoring forests to mitigating invasive species threats, all initiatives share a common goal – to conserve and restore ecosystems, habitats, and species.

“Subaru is blazing the trail as the first corporate donor to Parks Canada’s Conservation and Restoration program,” said the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Minister responsible for Parks Canada. “I want to thank them for their contribution and would point other potential partners to their example in supporting this great program, which is helping to protect treasured landscapes and wildlife across the country.”