October 2, 2021 – CMAT is pleased to report our final shipment of medical supplies and equipment has arrived in port au Prince this morning.
August 29, 2021 – Canadian Medical Assistance Teams was able to gather desperately needed medical supplies and equipment to send TWO shipments to Haiti.
August 21, 2021 – Port au Prince, Haiti: The last chopper of the day landed after 9pm last night. Dark had already set in but the tarmac was well lit. […]
August 16, 2021 – The CMAT Assessment Team arrived in Port au Prince, Haïti last evening, and immediately hit the ground running.
August 15, 2021 – CMAT’s assessment team is making its way to Haïti this morning, in collaboration with HERO Client Rescue. Best of luck to our team, and stay safe!!!
August 15, 2021 – Our CMAT assessment team is assembled and will be deploying from Toronto Pearson early Sunday morning. We will be working alongside and in direct collaboration with […]
August 14, 2021 – CMAT is actively monitoring the tragic 7.2 earthquake that hit Haiti this morning. Partners are conducting rapid assessments now and we expect to have more information […]
June 1, 2015 – Takukot, Nepal – With special thanks for this contribution to Jill Allison, Logistician with Team 3! “First day in the new clinic in Takukot. Very busy […]
May 27, 2015 – Baluwa, Nepal Media Sources along with CMAT logistics resources have all reported that a river in northwestern Nepal has been blocked by a landslide, causing the […]
Thursday May 7, 2015: CMAT Team 1 arrived in Nepal early late Sunday night, and got on the road in the early morning hours of Monday, heading for the town […]
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Ian makes landfall in southwest Florida as Category 4 hurricane, trapping people in homes https://www.ctvnews.ca/climate-and-environment/ian-makes-landfall-in-southwest-florida-as-category-4-hurricane-trapping-people-in-homes-1.6087291
Widespread, life-threatening catastrophic flooding expected to across Florida from #Ian. Stay #WeatherReady by enabling weather alerts on your phone.
Stay inside and in your safe place! NEVER enter floodwaters in a vehicle or on foot.
*RARE* first person view of storm surge. This camera is 6 feet off the ground on Estero Blvd in Fort Myers Beach, FL. Not sure how much longer it keeps working. You’ll see it live only on @weatherchannel #Ian
635 AM EDT 28 September -- Recent data from a @NOAA_HurrHunter aircraft indicate #Ian is rapidly intensifying & max sustained winds are now up to 155 mph.
This information will be reflected in a special advisory to be issued by 7 AM EDT (1100 UTC).