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CADSI: Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries

Affiliated with CANSEC
As the national trusted voice representing Canada’s defence and security companies to decision makes in Ottawa and across allied nations, CADSI is the bridge between government and industry – monitoring and advancing policy.
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AMSUS: Association of Military Surgeons of the United States

The Society of Federal Health Professionals
As the voice for federal health professionals and a passionate advocate for DoD, VA, HHS, DHS, and interagency healthcare collaboration, AMSUS is advancing healthcare as a non-profit membership-based association.
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SOMA: Special Operations Medical Association

The only medical association in the world that brings together the unique blend of pre-hospital, tactical, wilderness, austere, disaster and deployed medicine.
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OSCG: Oxygen Standardization Coordinating Group

An annual collaborative assembly of all five branches of the United States and international military forces as well as many applicable industry leaders designing and manufacturing oxygen solutions for the warfighter.
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MaRS

MaRS supports over 1,400 Canadian science and tech companies that are tackling some of society’s greatest challenges, providing them with tailored resources at every stage of their growth, from startup to scale-up.
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MDMA: Medical Device Manufacturers Association

The leading voice representing the interests of innovative and entrepreneurial medical technology companies. Providing educational and advocacy assistance to more than 270 members who all share a common goal: to provide patients and clinicians with timely access to safe and effective medical technologies that improve the quality of life.
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MedTech Canada

Works closely with the federal and provincial-territorial governments, health professionals, patients and other stakeholders to deliver a patient-centred, safe, accessible, innovative and sustainable, universal healthcare system supported by the use of medical technology.
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The Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium

The Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC) is a 501(c)(3) biomedical technology consortium collaborating under an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) with the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command (USAMRDC) that serves those who serve the USA.
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EXCITE International

A not-for-profit initiative, EXCITE International is a global collaboration of key stakeholders – innovators/industry, regulators, payers, health systems, patients, scientists and end-users – working together in the premarket space to change the paradigm of health technology innovation and adoption.
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The Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists

The CSRT is the voice for Canada’s growing community of respiratory therapists. The organization provides leadership that advances the profession, practice and understanding of respiratory therapy nationally and internationally by supporting environments that foster innovation and knowledge translation, and by promoting excellence in evidence-based care.

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Global SOF Foundation

The GSF fills a critical gap in the national security discourse: leading an effort to link like-minded public and private entities and to increase understanding of the role that Special Operations can play in addressing global security challenges, especially those emanating from unconventional and transnational sources. The GSF is not a traditional charity but a professional association for SOF dedicated to advocating for SOF globally.

 
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The Council of Canadian Innovators

The Council of Canadian Innovators is the 21st century business council exclusively focused on helping high-growth Canadian technology firms scale-up globally. The Council’s mandate is to optimize the growth of Canada’s innovation-based sector by ensuring Canadian tech and public policy leaders and working together to improve Canada’s innovation outputs.

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Canadian Chamber of Commerce

We help build the businesses that support our families, our communities and our country. We do this by influencing government policy, by providing the services your business needs and by connecting you to information you can use, to opportunities and to a network of local chambers, businesses and decision-makers and peers from across the country, in every sector of the economy and at all levels of government, as well as internationally.

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Thornhill Medical – multi-product net graphic