Call to action: Canadian manufacturers needed to help combat COVID-19
- Find out how to get quick licensing and access to do COVID-19 manufacturing
- Learn what goods and services the government needs to support its COVID-19 response and find out how to become a government supplier
- Search the latest Government of Canada tenders
- Register for the Government of Canada's procurement notification services to stay up-to-date
- Browse answers to the most frequently asked questions we've received about how Canada is buying goods and services to support the COVID-19 response
- Search the PPE supply hub, a platform that helps organizations selling and buying PPE during the COVID-19 pandemic
To mark the one-year-milestone of the national call to action for help, we thank all Canadian businesses and manufacturers that contributed to Canada's response to COVID-19. From coast to coast to coast, Canadians showed that we are in this together.
The Made in Canada project partnerships with industry across all levels of government to secure domestic production of key personal protective equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to equip front-line workers to fight COVID-19.
You can still join the fight against COVID-19
All current offers for assistance will be retained by the Government of Canada to address our evolving needs.
We are stronger when we work together.
If you are a Canadian manufacturer or business that can say yes to the following, please feel free to let us know how your business can support Canada.
- You manufacture in Canada and/or have ready access to necessary inputs through your supply chain
- You have equipment or facilities that can be rapidly re-tooled to meet medical needs, including for personal protective equipment (PPE), such as gloves, masks and surgical gowns, sanitizers, wipes, and other medical equipment and supplies
- You have skilled workers who are able to respond and who could be available for work in the current circumstances.
Thank you for your commitment to the health of Canada and Canadians.
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