EMAS Canada

EMAS Canada (Education, Medical Aid and Service)

healing, teaching and serving those in need in a Christ-like manner


EMAS Canada establishes long-term partnerships with local clinics and charities across the developing world


Connect with a developing community - EMAS Canada offers nearly a dozen one or two week missions trips every year


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  • Growing and Thriving in Burlington

Our brand-new offices in Burlington at the Crossroads Centre have space for our rubber plant which has been with us for many years now! If you have visited the office in the last decade, you would have seen our famous plant. This rubber plant has seen and heard much over the years and wouldn’t it […]

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  • Urgent Need: General Surgeon, Internist and Pediatrician

There is an urgent need for a General Surgeon, an Internist and a Pediatrician for 1, 2 or 3 years at the hospital of Centre Medical Evangelique, Bunia, NE DRCongo to bring the hospital up to standards for teaching medical students from Shalom University in Bunia while some Congolese doctors are completing their specialisations. A […]

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Haiti campus 2016
  • Celebrate with Us

This year’s EMAS Haiti team continued to provide hope to a disadvantaged community. The post-earthquake state of Haiti continues to slowly improve. The team travelled to Port-Au-Prince in February, 2016. One of the Team Leaders, Rachelle Brière, arrived in Haiti one week before the team to prepare for the team’s arrival including orientation teaching sessions […]

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In 2013, EMAS Canada sent 369 volunteers on ten short-term medical mission trips.
In 2014, EMAS Canada sent 347 participants on eleven short-term medical mission trips.
In 2015, EMAS Canada sent 350 participants on thirteen short-term medical mission trips.
In 2016, EMAS Canada sent 339 participants on fourteen short-term medical mission trips.


Discover eight elements of EMAS Canada's approach to short-term medical missions