The Thunder Bay District Health Unit will be offering the following flu shot clinics for children under 5 and their families:

Date Location
Tuesday, October 22, 9 am-1 pm Waabogonee EarlyON, 1000 Huron Ave (in Vance Chapman School)
Monday, October 28, 12-4pm Mary JL Black Public Library, 901 Edward St. South
Tuesday, November 5, 12-4pm Waverly Public Library, 285 Red River Road
Thursday, November 7, 2-6pm Sherbrooke EarlyON, 110 Sherbrooke St (in Sherbrooke School)
Thursday, November 28, 1-5pm Our Kids Count, 704 McKenzie St
Tuesday, December 3, 12-2:30pm Our Lady of Charity EarlyON, 370 County Blvd (in Our Lady of Charity School)
Monday, December 9, 12-4pm Algonquin EarlyON, 160 Algonquin Ave South (in Algonquin School)

An Ontario health card is not needed. Clinics are scent safe so please do not wear scented or fragrant products. Please wear short sleeves.

Children under 16 need the written consent of a parent or legal guardian.

Flu shot is also available from a health care provider (physician, nurse, nurse practitioner). Pharmacists can only immunize children 5 years and older.

District Communities

In the district communities, individuals are encouraged to visit their health care provider or their local pharmacy to receive a flu shot. Branch office nurses will be working with community partners to support immunization efforts targeting those considered high risk for flu complications. Contact your local branch office for more information.


Influenza, or more commonly known as "the flu," is a serious, acute respiratory illness that can lead to pneumonia. It is caused by a virus.

Immunization helps strengthen your body's natural immune response against the flu. The flu shot stimulates your immune system to build antibodies against the virus, making it stronger and ready to fight off the flu.

Learn More about the Flu Shot

Information regarding flu immunization clinics for the 2019-2020 flu season will be available on this page as of October 7, 2019.


For Further Information

For flu information or questions: (807) 625-5900 or Toll-free I-888-294-6630.

Learn more about the flu on the Ministry's Flu Facts website.

Learn more about the flu in children on the Canadian Paediatric Society website.

Last Updated: 07/10/2019