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Southern Ontario

MTSSO in the News

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Southern Ontario

MTSSO in the News

A pastor, two local doctors and a nurse walk the gangway to help vaccinate foreign crew members of ships in Hamilton’s port.

The Hamilton Spectator

October 29, 2021

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PART SIX: Hamilton Harbour's Mission to Seafarers a popular port of call

Harbour town: A six-part series examining Hamilton's diverse and evolving waterfront, from its port industries to recreational west harbour.

The Hamilton Spectator

August 14, 2019

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Port authority, Mission to Seafarers support marine industry workers

The organizations have partnered on a campaign to help workers deal with trauma.

The Hamilton Spectator

October 25, 2018

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Port authority donates $10,000 to Mission to Seafarers Southern Ontario

The Hamilton Port Authority is donating $10,000 from its charity golf tournament to support the Mission to Seafarers Southern Ontario.

The Hamilton Spectator

June 28, 2017

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Falvey Insurance Group reveals support for seafarers’ charity

Falvey Insurance Group and its subsidiaries, including marine cargo insurer Falvey Cargo Underwriting, have announced their formal support of The Mission to Seafarers, an international charity focused on seafarer welfare.

Insurance Business Canada

June 28, 2021

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The future still remains unclear for the 14-member crew of an Italian cargo ship that has been anchored in Hamilton Harbour for months.

CHCH

August 18, 2016

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The Italian ship Ardita has been stuck in Hamilton’s harbour for months because of a legal dispute, leaving its crew of 14 stranded far from home

TVO Today
October 19, 2016

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