COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics in Ontario

To arrange travel to any of these clinics please contact Shelley Gonneville at shelleyg@metisnation.org.

    • The Province of Ontario’s COVID-19 Booking and Information page is now live at covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine. All areas are 60+. As of 8:00 AM on Monday, March 29, 2021, all individuals aged 70 and over in the following public health units will be eligible to book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment at a mass immunization clinic through the provincial online booking system and call center.
    • Note: As of April 20, 2021, Pharmacies and some primary care settings will be offering AstraZeneca to people 40 and over. Please contact your local pharmacy or primary care office for more information.
    • See below for where to book with your local health unit.

Includes Sault Ste Marie, Blind River. Elliot Lake, Iron Bridge, North Channel, Wawa Area.

Indigenous Adults 18+ and Household Members

Click here for booking information.

Eligibility:
Indigenous adult 16 years of age and older – based on birth date, not birth year
household members (Indigenous or non-Indigenous) – based on birth date, not birth year. 75+ for non-Indigenous.

Click here to register.

The Hastings Prince Edwards Public Health Unit is booking through the provincial system. Eligible for those adults 75 years of age or older.

To register click here.

Belleville, Bancroft, & Picton Area (Hastings Prince Edwards Public Health Unit) is now booking Indigenous adults 18 years of age and older and their households. They can book by clicking here.

All Indigenous adults and their household members 16 years of age and older are eligible to book a COVID-19 vaccine in Brantford. 

Please complete this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MSVV6GF  and we will email you a link to book your appointment. 

If you do not have access to internet, you can call Brant County Health Unit at 519-753-4937 ext.438 to book an appointment over the phone. 

COVID-19 Vaccine Bookings
Clinic bookings are now available for: Older adults, 75+, Urban Indigenous adults, 55+ 

Please call: 1-800-461-1818

The Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit is offering COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics for Indigenous youth and adults in the region. Starting March 10, 2021 a clinic for Indigenous youth and adults 16 years of age and older and their households will be available at the John D. Bradley Centre in Chatham, ON. This clinic will be administering the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine. Book Online at  GetYourShotCK.ca or  Call 519-351-1010

Starting the week of March 22nd clinics for Indigenous adults 16 years of age and older and their households will be available at the Ska:Na Family Learning Centre at 67 Adelaide Street South in Chatham, ON and the Chatham-Kent Community Health Centre in Wallaceburg, ON. These clinics will be administering the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine. Book Online at  GetYourShotCK.ca or  Call 519-351-1010 or email info@skanaflc.com

The Durham Region Health Unit is offering COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics for urban Indigenous adults 16 years of age and older and adults 75 years of age and older including those who will be turning 75 in 2021. On March 22nd urban Indigenous adults who are 18 years of age and older and their household members can begin booking appointments. The time, date, and location of appointments will be given once the appointment is confirmed. To book an appointment visit https://www.durhamvaccinebooking.ca or call us at 1- 888-444-5113.

The Health Unit is in the process of finalizing their urban Indigenous vaccine roll-out plan. As of March 16th all eight immunization clinics (one in each of our municipalities) will be open and urban Indigenous adults will have the opportunity to choose the clinic location they prefer that is most convenient. For clinic locations please visit: www.durham.ca

To book an appointment the following information is requested: phone number, home address with postal code, email address, and health card number. Upon presenting at the clinic, urban Indigenous adults (and household members) will be asked to provide their Métis Card or other recognized documentation. If unable to do so, they will be asked the following questions:

    • Do you identify as First Nations, Métis or Inuit?
    • What community do you or your family identify with? Or What land claim region are you or your family from?

Eastern Ontario Health Unit:Doing booking for Adults 75+ through Provincial System and doing pre-registration for Indigenous 55+ through link: EOHU clinics: pre-registering on line at:

English: https://eohu.ca/en/covid/welcome-to-the-eohu-online-covid-19-vaccination-pre-registration-portal

Français: https://eohu.ca/fr/covid/welcome-to-the-eohu-online-covid-19-vaccination-pre-registration-portal

Indigenous COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on April 14 @ 1:30 – 4:30pm: For more information click here

Guelph Community Health Centre (176 Wyndham St. N Guelph, Main floor – Baker St. entrance)

Note: additional clinics may become available. Please check the Guelph CHC website for updated information


The Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health Unit is offering COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics. The Health Unit has opened a pre-registration system for eligible priority populations identified by the provincial government. Adults who are a member of an Indigenous community and who live in Wellington County, Dufferin County, and the City of Guelph are eligible to register. The location of your vaccination appointment will be provided upon confirmation of the appointment. Individuals can register by clicking here. 

If you need assistance while registering we encourage you to ask a family member or friend for help. If you still need assistance please call us at: 519-822-2715 Ext. 4506. When you pre-register, you will select your preferred method of communication (email and/or text message). This is how Public Health will contact you to book a vaccine appointment. Note: The online pre-registration portal is not compatible with the Internet Explorer browser. Please use either Chrome, Safari or Firefox browser.

More information about the COVID-19 vaccine can be found on our website at: wdgpublichealth.ca/vaccine

Indigenous Adults 18+ and their adult household members: 
https://hnhu.org/health-topic/covid-19-vaccine-eligibility/

VACCINE CLINIC FOR INDIGENOUS ADULTS (18+ YEARS) and household members (18+ years) LIVING IN HALIBURTON, KAWARTHA and NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY:

Minden | Lindsay | Cobourg

Starting Friday, April 9, Indigenous Adults (including First Nations, Métis, and Inuit populations) who live in Halton and are 18 years of age and older can book an appointment to receive their COVID-19 vaccine at a Halton Region COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic.

 

The Halton Region Health Unit is offering a COVID-19 Vaccine clinic for adults who are 70 years of age and older from any community within the Halton region. They are also booking member of the First Nation, Métis, or Inuit Community that are a resident of Halton region AND are 55 years of age or older (OR an immediate household family member of someone who has booked a vaccine appointment in this category).

To register please visit https://www.halton.ca/For-Residents/New-Coronavirus/COVID-19-Vaccines/COVID-19-Vaccination-Clinics#book by calling 311 or 1-866-442-5866 (toll free)

Hamilton residents who are 75 years and older (in this calendar year) and All Indigenous adults and their household members 18 years of age and older, are eligible to book a COVID-19 vaccine in Hamilton.

Location: St.Joe’s West 5th Campus is administering the Moderna vaccine for age 18 and older

To book your appointment, call the COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline at (905) 974-9848, option 7. 

More: www.hamilton.ca/vaccinebooking

The Region of Waterloo Public Health and Emergency Services Unit is offering COVID-19 Vaccine clinics. Appointments are now available for Indigenous adults 18 years of age and household members. Everyone MUST have a pre-booked appointment in order to be vaccinated. You can book an appointment by clicking here.

The Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Public Health Unit in partnership with the Kingston Community Health Centre is offering COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics. The clinic is for all Indigenous households. The date and time of the vaccination appointment will be determined when booking. You must book an appointment in order to receive the vaccine. Please complete the consent form and bring it with you to the appointment

 Indigenous Adults can book through the KFLA Public Health Unit at https://www.kflaph.ca/en/healthy-living/covid-19-vaccine.aspx

All Indigenous Adults *ages 16+ includes First Nations, Metis and Inuit.

Call our local Leeds, Grenville, Lanark Booking Centre toll-free at 1-844-369-1234. Hours of operation are 8:30am to 4:00pm, 7 days a week.

All Indigenous adults 16 years old and over are now eligible to get the COVID-19 Vaccine in both the Middlesex London Public Health Unit and in the Southwestern Public Health Unit. Book an appointment online at: www.covidvaccinelm.ca or call 226-289-3560 from 8:00 AM to 7:30 PM Monday to Sunday.

Ottawa Public Health and the Wabano Centre are holding a COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic for Indigenous adults 16 and older starting March 1st at the St. Laurent Complex at 525 Coté Street in Ottawa.

St Laurent Clinic is booking appointments for Indigenous community members (First Nation, Inuit or Métis) age 16 or older. Proof of Indigenous identity/status is required (e.g. status card, 60s scoop letter, Métis Card, Inuit beneficiary card). Non-Indigenous family members age 16 or older (including partner or spouse) who live in the same household. Proof of shared household may be requested (e.g. identification with address, pieces of mail, or testimony by Indigenous household member). Please call 613-691-5505 to book an appointment.

Vaccination is by appointment only. Your MNO Citizenship Card and a piece of Government of Ontario ID (Health Card, Driver’s License etc.) will be required. A pre-consent form will have to be completed. For more information or to book and appointment please call 613-691-5505.

Learn more at: wabano.com/wabano-covid-19-vaccination-clinic

Booking appointments for 60+ and Indigenous Adults:
www1.publichealthgreybruce.on.ca/COVID-19/Vaccines/Book-Vaccine-Appointment


Those turning 75 this year or older (born 1941 or earlier) can make appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations through the provincial on-line booking system at https://ontario.ca/bookvaccine . For those without access to the internet, the toll-free number 1-888-999-6488 will enable appointments via telephone.

If you are Indigenous 16+ year old or a household member that is 16+ years old, please complete the survey below to register for the April 21, April 22, and April 28, 2021 pop-up Indigenous vaccination clinics: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MacBainCentrePopUp

If you do not have access to the internet, we will help you register at 905-688-6484.


Indigenous adults 16+, as well as those in their household who are 16+ and not Indigenous, are eligible to register through an online registration form supported by the De dwa da dehs nye>s Aboriginal Health Centre. 

Registrants will be contacted with their appointment time and date. Anyone who is unable to access the online registration form is invited to call the Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre at 905-871-8931, or the Niagara Regional Native Centre at 905-688-6484 to register for an appointment. Pop-Up Indigenous Vaccination Clinics on April 21, 22, and 28.

Click here to book an appointment.

18+ Indigenous Adults Vaccine Clinic (first dose only) on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 – 9am – 2pm @ Memorial Gardens.
By appointment only. Call 705-995-0060. More info click here


Indigenous North Bay residents who are 50 years and older (in this calendar year) are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. Please call the COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline at 705-995-0060 to book your appointment.

Now booking Adults 70+ and Indigenous Adults (18+) and their Household Members (18+), regardless of status or Indigenous identity

Link: https://www.peelregion.ca/coronavirus/vaccine/book-appointment/

Community clinics are one of the ways we are vaccinating residents quickly and safely.

Vaccination information can be accessed through https://www.peelregion.ca/coronavirus/vaccine/ Once launched, there will be new content updated on the Region of Peel website. This content will not be visible until 12 noon (approximately). 

The Renfrew County and District Health Unit is offering COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics to Indigenous adult 18 years of age and older with Proof of Indigenous Identity. To book an appointment please visit www.rcdhu.com. If you are unable to register online please call us at 613-735-9724 or 1-800-267-1097 Ext. 200. Residents are asked to only leave one message with their name and phone number and someone will return their call as soon as possible.

Pre-registration is for Indigenous people aged 18+ currently living in Lambton County who have not yet received a COVID-19 vaccine. Appointments for Non-Indigenous fold 75+ are available as well. 

Click here to register.

Indigenous Adults 18+ and their adult household members

https://hnhu.org/health-topic/covid-19-vaccine-eligibility/

Adults aged 70+ and Indigenous adults aged 16+ can book by calling 226-289-3560 from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (Toll Free at 1-888-333-2175), or book online at www.covidvaccinelm.ca. Choose City of St. Thomas Memorial Arena or City of Woodstock Goff Hall from the drop down menu. 

The Huron Perth Public Health Unit is offering a COVID-19 Vaccine clinic for Indigenous adults who are 16 years of age and older, high priority health care workers, essential caregivers, and all adults who are 75 years of age and older. You must have an appointment to receive your vaccination. You will not be required to show a citizenship or status cards to schedule your appointment or receive the vaccination.

We expect call volumes to be high and thus encourage people to register online if possible. To book an appointment online please visit https://bit.ly/3cXkPaJ  or call us at 1-833-753-2098. For questions unrelated to booking please call: 1-888-221-2133. For additional appointments, please call us at 1-833-927-0197 or email covvax@soahac.on.ca

For more information please visit: www.hpph.ca/vaccine

NORTH YORK: 60+ and Indigenous Adults 16+: www.nygh.on.ca/covid19vaccination


*NEW* Indigenous residents 16 years of age and older are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. To register please click here

  • Second Dose vaccines are being advertised through Sunnybrook Hospital for Toronto Indigenous People. For more information on Toronto clinics and second does availability in Toronto please see: https://www.tkarontovaccines.com/

The Toronto Public Health Unit in partnership with Toronto hospitals and Ontario Health Teams in the City of Toronto is offering COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics for adults 75 years of age and older, highest priority health care workers, and those in high priority risk groups. Clinics operating through this site are currently providing vaccination appointments to individuals based on provincial prioritization guidance. To book an appointment visit bit.ly/3c5Rko1 or call us at 1-888-385-1910.


East Toronto Health Partners pre-registration for the COVID-19 vaccine is only available for eligible priority populations in East Toronto at this time. Please click the priority population group you belong to below to access the appropriate pre-registration form. Eligible individuals may also call 1-888-385-1910 for assistance to complete pre-registration forms. To register: http://bit.ly/3bwu16D

Hospital Clinics for Indigenous 16+ – Information here.

Accepting registrations for COVID-19 vaccine standby lists for upcoming clinics. Please register here ONLY if you meet one of the following eligibility requirements:

Please do not call the health unit. If appointments become available, we will contact eligible people by telephone.

COVID-19 VACCINATION CLINICS FOR FIRST NATIONS, MÉTIS AND INUIT 18+ and Adults living in the same household.

Appointments are necessary. Walk-ins will not be accepted.

Book online here or call 1-800-461-1818.

Need a ride to the COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic? To arrange transportation, contact: Timmins Native Friendship Centre: (705) 268-6262 OR Wabun Tribal Council: (705) 268- 9066

The Thunder Bay District Health Unit in partnership with the Ontario Native Women’s Association and Dilico Anishinnabek Family Care is offering COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics for Indigenous youth and adults who are 16 years of age and older in the Thunder Bay area as well as other household members.

You will need your MNO Card as well as proof of same residency when booking for other household members.

The Mindimooyenh Vaccination Clinic is a weekly COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic that is open to the Thunder Bay urban Indigenous population and their families.

You will need to show your MNO Citizenship Card or other status card in order to receive the vaccine.

The Vaccination Clinic will be ongoing, based on the availability of supplies and resources and appointments will be filled in the order received.

To book an appointment please call 807-697-1753 Monday to Friday between 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM. Or visit:  www.onwa.ca/covid-19-resources 

The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit in partnership with the Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre (SOAHAC) has set up an area for the Indigenous community to receive their COVID-19 vaccines at Windsor Regional Hospital – St. Clair College. The vaccines are administered by appointment only. To schedule an appointment contact the SOAHAC Windsor Office at 519-916-1755. An Indigenous Navigator at the Windsor Regional Hospital will contact you to schedule the vaccine appointment. Alternate Contact: Call 1-833-927-0197 or email us at covvax@soahac.on.ca

York Region Indigenous COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics are being held from March 29 to 30, 2021 for all First Nations, Métis, and Inuit adults 18 or older and non-Indigenous adults living in the same household. Book an Appointment Online Here. For booking assistance please call: 1-877-464-9675. The York Region Public Health Unit is also offering COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics for Highest and Very High Priority Health Care Workers who live OR work in York Region and residents who are 75 years of age and older and who live in York Region as well as Indigenous Adults (18+) and members of their household. Select pharmacies in Kingston, Toronto, and Windsor are now distributing the AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD vaccine to residents between the ages of 60 to 64 years of age. To find a pharmacy near you visit: Ontario.ca/pharmacycovidvaccine