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Building Better Communities

Applying Dream’s innovative, value-driven approach to impact investing, minimizing environmental impact and maximizing financial returns.

Canada’s First Publicly Traded Impact Vehicle

We are pleased to announce that Dream Alternatives has narrowed its focus to investments that generate strong financial returns and positive social and environment impacts. To clearly reflect this purpose we have changed the name to Dream Impact Trust (MPCT).

Profit with Purpose

Sustainability is ingrained in how we run our business internally and externally. It fits naturally with Dream’s purpose to Build Better Communities and aligns with our values and investment philosophy, it guides how we think, live and work. MPCT has a significant portfolio and will be pursuing new investment opportunities where we can utilize our unique capabilities to drive meaningful change and provide strong financial returns.

Access to Dream Platform

MPCT is managed by Dream and will continue to leverage the depth and expertise of the Dream platform. Dream’s experienced management team has a track record of identifying unique investment opportunities and delivering compelling returns allowing MPCT to achieve its purpose driven investments as well as generate attractive returns for investors.

Our Impact Portfolio

Dream Impact is currently developing numerous impact investments, including:



A 34 -acre mixed use waterfront community in the National Capital Region which will be the first designated “One Planet Master-Planned Community” in Canada.  It is expected to be one of the least environmentally impactful communities in North America.


West Don Lands

The West Don Lands is a purpose built, LEED Gold, rental community and is one of the largest affordable housing projects in Canada. It is the first development within the Provincial Affordable Housing Lands Program to break ground.

Canary District, Toronto

Indigenous Hub

The first purpose-built, Indigenous Hub in a major North American City being developed in partnership with Anishnawbe Health Toronto and will provide the indigenous community with a health centre, career centre, and day-care, as well as an integrated market rental apartment.



Brightwater will be transformed from a former oil refinery into a vibrant, green, mixed use waterfront community and home for 6,000 people in the highly desirable Port Credit neighbourhood.

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