Our Community

We value our community and are continuously looking for new ways to give back.

Musket Volunteer Drivers Join Growing GTA Convoy to Benefit the Special Olympics

On September 16th, 2017, two Musket drivers – Robert Perry and Jorge Correa volunteered to participate in the 2nd annual GTA Convoy to raise funds and awareness for the Special Olympics. The one day event was possible thanks to support from the Law Enforcement Torch Run, the grassroots fundraising organization for Special Olympics globally.

Musket Sponsors the Stanfield Grill House Charity BBQ

On July 22nd, Musket Transport Ltd. supported and sponsored the Stanfield Grill House Charity BBQ. The event was a success with many prizes raffled away and all proceeds went to supporting children cancer research programs.

Musket's Safety Compliance Officer Daryn Rabb Raises $27,000 for Ride to Conquer Cancer

On June 9 and 10th, our Safety Compliance Offer Daryn Ran joined over 5,000 people to bike over 200 km to raise money for cancer research. Daryn's team "The Chemo Crushers" successfully raised over $27,000 which will be donated to the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.

New Musket Partnership Paves the Way to Grant Wishes of Children with Critical Illnesses

This April, Musket and CHET, its driving school, are excited to announce a new partnership with Make-A-Wish Toronto & Central Ontario, a dynamic wish-granting organization that brings hope, strength and joy to children across the country with life-threatening medical conditions.

Driving for a Cause: A Partnership with The Master's Foundation and The Mississauga Food Bank

On July 5, Musket joined forces with The Master's Foundation to lend support to people of the Ukraine in need. Musket arranged for one of its truck to facilitate the delivery of a load of relief supplies including clothing and dehydrated soup mix from Leamington, ON to Mississauga, ON, to be sent to its final destination in Ukraine.

Thank You: Our City Wide Drive Put 148,900 lbs of Food on Local Tables

We were inspired to join a city wide food drive challenge leading up to Thanksgiving initiated by Mayor Bonnie Crombie of Mississauga in partnership with the Mississauga Food Bank and the Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services. In a joint mission to fight hunger, Mississauga's eleven wards went head-to-head in a friendly competition to collect the most non-perishable goods as well as funds at their local fire stations