For Inuit in Ontario, find out where to register to receive your COVID-19 vaccine.

See the list, with info and links, below.

Don’t see your area? Check back often, we’ll be updating this page as we find out more info.

Region of Peel Covid Vaccine Updates


• Vaccine Eligibility for Children turning 12 in 2021
• Peel Public Health will be hosting a Back to School webinar on September 2 at 7 pm. Join the live webinar.
• Youth Covid Vaccination Outreach Resources are in Development
• Region of Peel’s (and the Province’s) Strategy to Bring Vaccination into Trusted Community Settings
• Booking Vaccination Appointments:
• Dose 3 / Boosters

Those without internet access can call 905-791-5202. Appointment times become available depending on vaccine supply.

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Ottawa – Akausivik Inuit Family Health Team

Inuit in Ottawa and the surrounding area are eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine. The vaccines are administered by the Akausivik Inuit Family Health Team (AIFHT). Transportation is available.

CALL 613-740-0999, to BOOK AN APPOINTMENT or for more info.

Ottawa – The Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health

Indigenous adults who are 40+ can now book an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Call Ottawa Public Health today to book an appointment at 613-691-5505.

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Halton Region

All Indigenous Adults living in Halton Region (Burlington, Milton, Halton Hills, Oakville) who are 18 years old + are now eligible to book a vaccine appointment.

Book your appointment here:

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Simcoe Muskoka Region

Barrie and Area: March 30 2021
Holly Recreation Centre

You can also book an appointment for a different day and location at

If you need help booking online, call a Vaccine Coordinator Monday to Friday at:
705-818-0575 (9-5pm)
705-790-9863 (11-6pm)
705-790-9986(11-6pm Tu-Sa)

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Kingston Community Health Centre (KCHC) is now booking appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations to Inuit aged 55+.
LEARN MORE – What you need to know before booking, FAQs.
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Hastings and Prince Edward Counties, Belleville

COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Available to:
Indigenous Adults and their Household Members

Self-identifying Status and Non-Status First Nations, Inuit and Mètis people.
What: COVID-19 Vaccine. The Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines are currently available in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties. 2 doses are required 16 weeks apart.
When: Various dates, clinics will be booked in advance.
Where: Clinics located in Belleville, Madoc, Picton, Trenton & Bancroft.
Why: Protect yourself, your community, and your elders.
How: All Indigenous adults can pre-register. Indigenous adults and their household members are eligible now and will be sent an invitation to book after pre-registering.
We are committed to providing accessible information to all. To request this document in an alternate format, call 613-966-5500; TTY: 711, email, or visit

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Durham Region

Inuit aged 55+ living in Durham Region are able to book appointments for their COVID-19 vaccine starting on March 11th.

If you need assistance with booking an appointment you can call 1-888-444-5113.

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COVID-19 VACCINATION DROP-IN CLINIC – Anishnawbe Health Toronto. For all Adult First Nations, Inuit & Métis.

55+ will be given priority.

179 Gerrard Street East, every Thursday from 9:30am until we run out.

No appointment necessary, vaccines available on a first-come-first-serve basis.

If you have questions, contact our reception at 416-920-2605.

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York Region

Indigenous residents (18 years of age and older) are identified as a first priority group for COVID-19 vaccines. First Nations, Métis and Inuit adults living in York Region are eligible to book an appointment for vaccination at

York Region Public Health will also be opening a community vaccination clinic specifically for Indigenous residents and their household members:
Dates: Monday, March 29 and Tuesday, March 30
Clinic Locations: Georgina Ice Palace and Richmond Green Sports Centre
Time: 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

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Wellington, Dufferin & Guelph

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health has opened a pre-registration system for eligible priority populations identified by the provincial government’s Framework for Vaccine Distribution.

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 pre-register. Individuals can register by visiting the Wellington Dufferin Guelph public health unit website, Online registration is encouraged as much as possible, but those needing help to register are encouraged to ask a family member or friend for assistance or call 1-844-780-0202.

Pre-registration helps us book appointments quickly and easily. When you pre-register, you 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 at

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Renfrew County and District

Renfrew County and District’s COVID-19 Vaccination Rollout Expands To Next Priority Groups 

  1. Indigenous residents (on or off reserve) who are 55 years of age and older.
  2. Register online for an appointment through Renfrew County and District Health Unit’s (RCDHU) website at:
  3. OR call RCDHU 1-800-267-1097 extension 200.
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