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Celebrating Senegal

The Senegal field service was cut short – but there is still so much hope and healing to celebrate.

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Day Crew in Senegal Take Action Together to Battle COVID-19

Mercy Ships day crew form the Mouvement d’Anciens Volontaires de Mercy Ships to help fight COVID-19 in Senegal.

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Seafarer’s Story

Mercy Ships Canada gratefully acknowledges the contributions seafarers are making to the global community.

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Mercy Ships Canada Mandate Letter

Mercy Ships Canada Mandate Letter

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#SmallActsBigDifference

In challenging times, show mercy

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Together, we care.

For over 40 years, Mercy Ships has acknowledged the fragility of healthcare systems around the world. Healthcare professionals onboard our hospital ships have served in more than 50 countries. And today we want to take a moment to lift them up. 

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Business Continuity Response Actions of Mercy Ships Canada for Dealing with COVID-19

Mercy Ships is the world’s leading non-governmental, ship-based medical organization. Therefore, the safety and well-being of our staff, volunteer crew, the people we serve and the communities where we live are paramount. In line with the advice, guidance and directives of international, national and local health officials, we have adapted our approach because we know […]

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COVID-19

Mercy Ships is monitoring with concern the growing number of coronavirus cases worldwide.

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International Women’s Day

March 8th is International Women’s Day, an annual day to celebrate women and help forge a more gender equal world.

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Prime Minister Trudeau Acknowledges Contribution of Mercy Ships Canada Volunteers

Prime Minister Trudeau Acknowledges Contribution of Mercy Ships Canada Volunteers

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