• Canadian Organ & Tissue Donors Association (CODA)  slide1
  • Transport of organs and medical teams

    Since 1987, our transport units for organs and medical teams have traveled 1,829,739 km, the equivalent of 45 times the turn of the Earth !
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GOOD SAMARITAN MEDAL OF HONOUR

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Symbolism of the Good Samaritan medal

A bonsai is a true living sculpture, the fruit of patience
and faithfulness, love and respect for life.

This noble and venerable tree symbolizes peace and serenity.
Its miniature form encompasses all the grandeur and the delicate
balance of the strength of Humankind and the strength of Nature.

It is the perfect example of
a lasting relationship and unconditional devotion.

Living organ and tissue donors

List of recipients of the Good Samaritan medal

To bear witness to an extraordinary commitment that left a legacy of health, it has been decreed, under our seal and duly entered in the registry of the issuing organization, that the title of Good Samaritan shall be bestowed on and a vibrant homage shall be paid to:

In testament to the pride inspired in Canadians by the exceptional support for the cause of organ and tissue donation, the Good Samaritan medal confers on the people named here the recognition of the Canadian people for the absolutely exceptional nature of their commitment.

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LIST OF DONORS ENTERED IN THE CENOTAPH GARDEN

POSTHUMOUS MEDAL

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Symbolism of the Ambassador of Health medal

An emblem of remembrance, the pansy,
with its broad, velvety petals,
also symbolizes love.
The two flowers represent human hearts
and embody the eternal bond connecting
the donor and the recipient.
This gift of sharing is inscribed in a circle, the symbol
of infinity and the continuation of life.

 

 

Posthumous award

List of recipients of the Ambassador of Health medal

To bear witness to a donation that left a legacy of health, it has been decreed, under our seal and duly entered in the registry of the issuing organization, that a vibrant homage shall be paid posthumously to :

In testament to the pride inspired in Canadians by the exceptional support for the cause of organ and tissue donation, the Ambassador of Health medal confers on the people named here the recognition of the Canadian people for the absolutely exceptional nature of their gift.

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1 PAUL DESMARAIS