CMAT continues to receive generous donations for tsunami relief.

January 10, 2005: I.L. Thomas Odadrihony Anita Elementary school – $1301 CAD, Oliver M. Smith Kawenni $2030, Six Nations Council $1000 from Six Nations Reserve, Oshweken, Ontario, Canada. 24 York region schools in Toronto raise $61,000 USD for CMAT Tsunami relief efforts CMAT is grateful for their support.

CMAT team in Indonesia, January 2005

 A very special thanks to Bill Coltart, Paramedic (Project Leader) Glen Polson, Paramedic David Deines, Paramedic, (Logistics) Dr. David Ratcliffe, ER Physician, Dr. Daryl Leski, ER Physician, Dr. Kirk Sundby, Ortho Surgeon, for their hard work, dedication and devotion on this difficult mission. Photos courtesy of CMAT staff.

CMAT First team to Indonesia, January 2005

  January 7, 2005 – A very special thanks to Bill Coltart, Paramedic (Team Leader) Glen Polson, Paramedic David Deines, Paramedic, (Logistics) Dr. David Ratcliffe, ER Physician, Dr. Daryl Leski, ER Physician, Dr. Kirk Sundby, Orthopedic Surgeon for their hard work, dedication and devotion on this difficult mission. Photos courtesy of CMAT staff.       […]

CMAT team to Indonesia; 12,400 lbs of supplies shipped to Sri Lanka

January 6, 2005 – CMAT has announced a number of new developments in its efforts to deliver aid to the victims of the Indian Ocean Quake and Tsunami:

Skylink Aviation ships skid of medical supplies to Malaysia for CMAT

  January 3, 2005: CMAT announced today that Skylink Aviation of Toronto shipped a skid of medical supplies to Kuala Lumpur ahead of the CMAT Medical team’s departure for Indonesia. CMAT is grateful for their generous assistance.

CMAT ships 2 skids of medical supplies by air cargo; forms medical team to head to Sri Lanka

  December 31, 2004:  CMAT reported today that it has formed a medical team to be headed by Mr. Bill Coltart, a paramedic from British Columbia Ambulance Service. Mr. Coltart of Courtenay, B.C., will head a group consisting of an emergency physician and several paramedics with specialized training in heavy urban rescue, and extrication.

CMAT strives to meet relief shortfall in Indonesia

December 30, 2004  – CMAT consulted today with its medical team and CMAT Chairman to reassess its emergency relief efforts in Asia. Relief efforts have so far focused on Sri Lanka which sustained major devastation and over 28,000 deaths, and CMAT has air shipped three skids of medical supplies to its partner in the region.