Suncor Power donates 40,000 masks to federal authorities in bid to curb COVID-19


Suncor Power has joined the rising variety of firms discovering distinctive methods to attempt to cease the unfold of COVID-19.

The corporate introduced via a Facebook post March 31 that they had donated 40,000 N95 masks to the federal authorities to be used in “communities that critically want these provides.”

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In keeping with the publish, the masks have already been shipped and distributed to communities in Nunavut, the Northwest Territories and the Yukon.

“It’s our honour to have the ability to play our half alongside all Canadians in caring for one another by way of these difficult instances.”


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A plane loaded with N95 masks donated by Suncor Energy Inc.

A aircraft loaded with N95 masks donated by Suncor Power Inc.


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Throughout the day by day COVID-19 provincial briefing on Friday, Premier Jason Kenney acknowledged numerous firms who’ve stepped up within the province to assist throughout this unprecedented time, and inspired others to to the identical.

“If you’re a producer, in case you produce items that may very well be in any manner helpful to this combat in opposition to the pandemic, we ask you to come back ahead, supply your assist, and present us the sort of Alberta spirit in innovation in manufacturing that we will generate to assist combat the pandemic.” mentioned Kenney.

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Alberta’s ‘Bits and Pieces’ medical supply program recognizes organizations’ help during COVID-19 pandemic

The premier inspired firms to entry the newly launched Bits and Items program, an initiative mirrored after the Canada-wide program established throughout the Second World Warfare to assist the warfare effort.

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