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Title Type Organization Amount Date
ParticipACTION Teen Challenge Partnership ParticipACTION C$ 400,000 2017
Unrestricted donation to Program in Food Safety, Nutrition & Regulatory Affairs
Partnership University of Toronto** C$ 12,500 2017

Unrestricted educational grant

Partnership Toronto 3D Knowledge Synthesis** C$ 15,000 2017
Health & Well-Being Research Partnership Canadian Beverage Association C$ 8,200 2016
ParticipACTION Teen Challenge Partnership ParticipACTION C$ 1,000,000 2016
Unrestricted donation to Program in Food Safety, Nutrition & Regulatory Affairs Partnership University of Toronto** C$ 12,500 2016
EPODE Canada* Partnership EPODE International Network C$ 115,084 2015
Triple Play* Partnership Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada C$ 191,807 2015
EPODE Canada* Partnership EPODE International Network C$ 110,446 2014
Move to Lose 2* Partnership Diabetes Quebec C$ 55,223 2014
Thrive* Partnership Abilities Centre Durham C$ 113,760 2014
Triple Play* Partnership Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada C$ 165,670 2014
Unrestricted educational grant for Obesity Boot Camp, includes grants for international students to attend and participate Partnership Canadian Obesity Network C$ 157,000 2013-2015
Nutrition Made Simple* Partnership Diabetes Quebec C$ 51,496 2013
Unrestricted grant for Sogo Active (ParticipACTION Teen Challenge) Study Research ParticipACTION C$ 48,100 2013
Youth ABCs (Ability to Bring Change)* Partnership Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada C$ 102,991 2013
Move to Lose* Partnership Diabetes Quebec C$ 49,979 2012
Northern Canadian Nutrition Literacy Campaign* Partnership Canadian Institute of Child Health C$ 99,958 2012
Health & Well-Being Research Partnership Canadian Beverage Association C$ 112,300 2011-2015
Exercise is Medicine Partnership Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology C$ 100,000 2011
Moss Park Rejuvenation Project* Partnership ParticipACTION C$ 123,634 2011
Unrestricted research grant: Improving nutrition for Inuit children and pregnant women Research Canadian Institute of Child Health C$ 30,227 2011
ParticipACTION Teen Challenge Partnership ParticipACTION C$ 5,000,000 2010-2015
Unrestricted donation to Program in Food Safety, Nutrition & Regulatory Affairs Partnership University of Toronto** C$ 62,500 2010-2015
International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health Partnership ParticipACTION C$ 231,155 2009-2010

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* Indicates funding from The Coca-Cola Foundation.
** The Coca-Cola Company and its U.S. Corporate headquarters also worked with organizations and individuals based in Canada. In some cases, this funding was provided by The Coca-Cola Company to the individual and the organization and is therefore listed on the U.S. disclosure website http://transparency.coca-colacompany.com

We have made a good-faith effort to disclose all the funding that meets the inclusion criteria. If we have unintentionally omitted something that meets those criteria, we will disclose it in one of our future updates, which we plan to provide every twelve months.

Items Included in and Excluded from the Jan. 1, 2010 – Dec. 31, 2017 Disclosure
Research and Partnerships Included:

  1. Funding provided by Coca-Cola Ltd. or The Coca-Cola Company’s U.S. corporate headquarters to entities based in Canada for research relating to dietary intake, nutrition, and health, or to physical activity; and
  2. Funding provided by Coca-Cola Ltd., The Coca-Cola Foundation, or The Coca-Cola Company’s U.S. corporate headquarters to entities based in Canada for health and well-being programs and communications activities conducted in Canada.

Research and Partnerships Excluded:

  1. Research by entities not based in Canada and not funded by Coca-Cola Ltd. or The Coca-Cola Company’s U.S. corporate headquarters;
  2. Programs and activities conducted outside Canada and not funded by Coca-Cola Ltd., The Coca-Cola Foundation, or by The Coca-Cola Company’s U.S. corporate headquarters;
  3. Research on ingredients, packaging, products, or brands that is not related to dietary intake, nutrition, and health, or to physical activity;
  4. Research and development on new ingredients, packaging, products, or brands; and
  5. Payments to third-party service providers for media services, advertising, and logistics in support of the “Partnerships” for Health and Well-Being Programs and Communications Activities listed.

For purposes of this list, we use the term ‘partnership’ in an informal sense, referring to our relationship with entities based in Canada that have received funding from Coca-ColaLtd., The Coca-Cola Foundation, or The Coca-Cola Company’s U.S. corporate headquarters to support their health and well-being programs and communications activities conducted in Canada from 2010 to 2017.

Timeframe: January 1, 2010 through December 31, 2017. Amounts for January 1, 2018 forward will be disclosed in a future update.

Currency: All amounts are disclosed in CAD excluding HST. Where amounts have been converted from other currencies to CAD this has been done using an average annual exchange rate for the year in which the payment was made.

We have made a good-faith effort to disclose all the funding that meets the inclusion criteria. If we have unintentionally omitted something that meets those criteria, we will disclose it in one of our future updates, which we plan to provide every twelve months.

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