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60 years and counting.

For the past six decades, Rogers has been proud to connect Canadians to a world of possibilities and the memorable moments that matter most.

Introducing, The 60 Project.

Rather than celebrating 60 years by looking back, we’re choosing to look forward. The 60 Project honours our 60th Anniversary – in an unprecedented year where Canadians’ normal was turned upside down, inside out, and changed forever.

While many people long to get back to a normal that once was, we’ve realized that we want to get back to something better. That’s why our mission is to double down on supporting our customers, our communities and our country.

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The 60 Project is our commitment to Canada.

It means creating jobs in new communities and committing to a 100% Canadian-based Customer Service Team. It means keeping Canadians connected when they need it most, with a world-class network. It means supporting more community organizations, like Big Brothers Big Sisters Canada, Women’s Shelters Canada, and Food Banks Canada.

As we celebrate our 60th anniversary, we are doubling down on our commitment to keep Canadians connected and help those who need it most. Through The 60 Project, our team and their families will volunteer 60,000 hours across their local communities, so our individual efforts form a collective wave of impact that rolls across our country. The level of need is unprecedented right now, but so is the spirit of giving back that lives across our 25,000 strong team from coast-to-coast-to-coast. ~Joe Natale, CEO of Rogers

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Volunteering our time to make a better Canada possible.

Kicking off with our Food Banks Canada & Jays Care Foundation ‘Step Up to the Plate’ initiative and running until Canada Day 2021, our team and their family members will donate 60,000 volunteer hours to help our local communities and those who need it the most.

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How Gavin Lumsden went the extra mile for communities in need.

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  • Lending a helping hand to keep a customer connected.

    The Rogers retail team from Carrefour Laval went above and beyond to do what was right for one special customer.

    Read more here.

  • A big impact in a small town.

    How a Rogers team of technicians are delivering meals and support to those who need it most.

    Read more here.

  • Surprising and delighting some deserving members of our communities

    How Rogers Pro On-the-Go gave back to inspiring women and frontline heroes.

    Read more here.

  • How one employee rallied his team members to make the lives of seniors a little brighter.

    Technical Support Team Manager Mark Calla turned to virtual volunteering during COVID-19 to provide comfort and companionship.

    Read more here.

  • How one actress become a champion of diverse Canadian voices.

    Through a partnership with Rogers Sports & Media’s All IN program, Tonya Williams’ is shining a spotlight on the untold stories of Canada’s equity-seeking communities.

    Read more here.

  • BC kids show how giving back can start at any age.

    Learn how 10-year-old Bear and 18-year-old Landon have been beacons of hope for BC Children’s Hospital throughout COVID-19.

    Read more here.

  • Being a light of hope this winter for community members in need.

    How one Rogers team member is helping Canadians experiencing homelessness in his community.

    Read more here.

  • Lighting up hearts and minds for a cause in Quebec with Illumi!

    Sponsored by Rogers, 10 Quebec families received the VIP treatment to safely visit the magical Festival of Lights.

    Read more here.

  • Going the extra mile to make special connections during a time when we’re apart.

    Technician Phillip Meahan surprised six-year-old Marcus after making a lasting connection during a service call.

    Read more here.

  • How a one-time Christmas donation turned into so much more.

    Channel Marketing Manager Shawna Curtis shares what has inspired her to give back to their local women’s shelter for the last four years, and what’s next.

    Read more here.

  • Coming together (virtually!) to safely support the children of Quebec.

    Rogers sponsors 24hs Tremblant virtual event to support children’s charities Fondation Charles-Bruneau, The Foundation CHEO and the Fondation Tremblant.

    Read more here.

  • Keeping loved ones connected when it matters most.

    Chris granted a very special birthday wish for a long-term care resident during COVID-19.

    Read more here.

  • We stand with military families who Stand on Guard for Thee.

    “It doesn’t just take a village to support military families, it takes a country.” – Tamara Kleinschmidt, Executive Director, Trenton Military Family Resource Centre.

    Read more here.

  • Using a 3D printer to protect Canada’s frontline heroes.

    When the pandemic hit, Rogers Customer Experience team member Ian Tremblay used his time, skills and equipment to give back.

    Read more here.

  • Investing in communities across Canada with Rogers™ NHL® Street Nets.

    In our 60th year, the Rogers team is working towards one common goal: to create a better Canada.

    Read more here.

  • Keeping Armagh House connected.

    Our technicians demonstrate their ongoing commitment to being there for Canada’s vulnerable communities when they need us most.

    Read more here.

  • Girl Power! Ted Rogers Scholarship recipient Francesca Berkoh’s journey started with a puzzle-solving mouse.

    On International Day of the Girl, we meet a young leader who is breaking down barriers to bring new voices to STEM fields.

    Read more here.

  • Giving back to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada.

    The Rogers team collaborated with Cityline to give back to those who need it most.

    Read more here.

  • Teaming up with Cityline to give back.

    Continuing our commitment to providing digital lifelines, the Rogers team worked with Cityline to support those most vulnerable.

    Read more here.

  • Encouraging education and reflection for a more inclusive culture.

    In acknowledgement of Orange Shirt Day, Field Manager Brian Mazerolle reflects on his Ojibwe heritage.

    Read more here.

  • Hitting a home run with Food Banks Canada.

    20 years ago, we welcomed the Blue Jays and the Jays Care Foundation into the Rogers family and never looked back. To help celebrate this special milestone, our team partnered with Food Banks Canada to supply 8 million meals to Canadians in need across the country.

    Read more here.

  • Jays Care Foundation partners.

    To mark Rogers 60th anniversary, we are truly swinging for the fences! For the love of youth, for the love of our communities, and for the love of the game, here’s how we’re playing ball.

    Read more here.

  • Students today, leaders tomorrow.

    We are celebrating the remarkable achievements of more than 400 students from across Canada who will start their post-secondary studies with a Ted Rogers Scholarship this fall. These young leaders – nominated by our 17 national partner organizations – are engaged in our communities and the world around them.

    Read more here.

Stay tuned for more!

Visit this page often as we unveil how we’re going to work together to make Canada a better place. #The60Project