Our Impact

Amazon’s investments have created thousands of good jobs across Canada at our local Tech Hubs, corporate offices, AWS Region (Montreal), fulfilment centres, sortation centres, and delivery stations. Small and medium businesses now make up approximately 60% of physical product sales in our store. We are a part of the communities around the world where our employees live and work. We bring the same innovation and energy to our neighborhoods and cities as we do to our work every day.
An Amazon employee wearing a Future Engineer t-shirt overlooks a group of students troubleshooting a device.

We value the opportunity to be a force for good in the lives of our customers and in communities around the world.

Our investments go far beyond creating jobs in communities and empowering small and medium businesses as they grow through selling in Amazon’s Store. We expand access to skill building for in-demand fields and work on urgent needs—from the nonprofits we support that help families in their journeys out of homelessness to the way we provide disaster relief to those in need.
  • Since the launch of Amazon.ca in 2002, Amazon’s investments have had a positive ripple effect across the Canadian economy, fueling job creation and economic opportunity for local businesses, communities, and individuals. That trend has amplified over almost two decades.
  • Amazon Future Engineer is a comprehensive childhood-to-career program that increases access to computer science education for children and young adults from underserved and underrepresented communities.
  • Science World welcomed under-resourced kids and families to the building for a free Tech-Up Showcase presented by Amazon in a special event to reduce financial barriers and provide unique tech and science-learning experiences for students in Grades K-7.

Remix beats. Learn code. Promote equity.

Amazon Canada partners with youth empowerment charity TakingITGlobal for a new program that builds technology skills while promoting social justice. Students will remix music from Indigenous artists and enter for the chance to win $5,000 scholarships funded by Amazon Music.