CMAT’s 2017 Annual General Meeting of Members (AGM) will be held on Sunday February 5, 2017. Three (3) positions are up for election on the CMAT Board of Directors, each for a three (3) year term. NOMINATION GUIDELINES All nominations should be sent to the nomination committee’s attention: [email protected] stating the following information: Nominee’s full name […]
January 8, 2017: In October, 2016, a catastrophic hurricane struck the island nation of Haiti. A three member team from CMAT was deployed to install a NOMAD water purifier, delivered medications and other aid supplies to the city of Les Irois in the Grand Anse region of Haiti. The team was deployed from […]
November 9, 2016 – Jérémie, Haïti – The Team arrived in Jérémie over the weekend, and spent a restful night graciously hosted by friends at the Centre Pastoral et Catechetique Maria Stella Maris. We thank the community centre for allowing our team to set up their tents indoors, allowing them to stay dry! While staying at […]
November 5, 2016 – Jérémie, Haïti: CMAT Response team visited several areas in the vicinity of Port au Prince, to scout potential locations for the Nomad water purification unit. One of the areas visited was Léogâne, where CMAT ran a field hospital in the immediate aftermath of the 2010 Earthquake. (click on thumbnails to […]
November 3-4, 2016 – Port au Prince, Haïti: CMAT’s Response team arrived earlier this week in Port-au-Prince, Haïti, accompanied by a large-capacity water purification unit. Departing from Montreal, the team was delighted to learn that Air Transat not only waived their excess baggage fees, but also donated the cost of cargo shipping for the 600lb […]
CMAT Team departing Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport for Haiti When: Wednesday November 2, 07:00 Where: Air Transat check-in counter MONTREAL Nov 1, 2016 – Members of Canadian Medical Assistance Teams (CMAT) will be departing early Wednesday (November 2) for Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, accompanied by a large-capacity water purification unit, and other relief supplies. On October 4th, Hurricane Matthew […]
CMAT is thrilled and grateful to accept a major donation of two medical-grade portable refrigerator/ freezers. The addition of these two units to our equipment roster not only helps CMAT meet its World Health Organization (WHO) Emergency Medical Team Accreditation requirements, they will help people affected by disaster from acquiring vaccine-preventable illness by carrying vaccines […]
October 3 2016: CMAT is monitoring the progress of Hurricane Matthew and standing by for further instructions for deployment. An expected destructive encounter is anticipated in the next 24-36 hours with Haiti, Jamaica, and Cuba. As of the 8 pm EDT Sunday the National Hurricane Centre (NHC) said Matthew’s top sustained winds were 145 mph, a […]
Canadian Medical Assistance Teams has two positions on the board of directors posted for election. Voting by registered members will be held using online balloting between November 1st and November 15th. The results will be announced at the CMAT Annual General Meeting of Members being in held in Toronto on November 21st. The following terms […]
Saturday, November 21st, 2015 at 18:30 Hemingway’s Restaurant and Bar 142 Cumberland Street Toronto, Ontario CMAT’s 10th Anniversary celebration continues! Friends and family are encouraged to attend and help us paint the town CMAT red! A special Burg & Bevvie* deal exclusively for CMATers and friends of CMATers will be available! For $25, the deal […]
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Team Foxtrot officially launched from Pearson to Poland/Ukraine last night!!
Thank you to @LOTPLAirlines and station manager Tadeusz Dominski for all their help throughout this deployment.
Safe travels @CMATeams!
A fantastic overview of CMAT’s deployment by team leader David Thanh on CBC radio today. https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-46/clip/15912311
Sveta Melchuk shares some Stories told to her during the course of her work in Western Ukraine…. (shared with permission)
“Yesterday I cried. I needed to leave this story for today, on its own. A family of 3 came to the container: a lady her daughter and son-in-law…2
Dr Jonah von Schreeb, @WHO emergency medical team coordinator talks about a training on mass casualties in #Ukraine for healthcare workers in one of the hospitals in Lviv. This training gave the staff confidence that they can manage this type of emergency situation and save lives