Immunization Resources

COVID-19 VACCINES - For more information on the COVID-19 vaccines, please visit the dedicated webpage.

UPDATED PUBLICLY FUNDED SCHEDULE - Ontario's Immunization Schedules has been updated (June 2022) and is available online and can be printed by health care providers.

MISSED DOSE VACCINE ELIGIBILITY - Due to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, some individuals may have missed their opportunity to receive the recommended vaccines (grade-based, age-based, high risk) under the publicly funded program. Please see Vaccine Eligibility – Missed Doses on this page for more information

CATCHING UP ON MISSED DOSES FOR OLDER STUDENTS/RECENT GRADS  -  Students in grades 7 to 12 (as of September 2022) and recent graduates (2020, 2021 and 2022) can catch up on missing vaccines by visiting the CLE Coliseum Clinic this summer as well as many different community pop-up clinics. This also includes students entering Grade 7 who want to get a head start. Please see the Student Routine Vaccine Catch-up Information webpage for more information. This page also includes information about the options for younger children who are eligible for the 4 to 6 boosters. 


The TBDHU provides support to health care providers in a variety of ways:

  • Supplying vaccines, including the flu vaccine.
  • Ensuring vaccine providers follow Ontario’s vaccine storage and handling guidelines.
  • Providing support and information about immunizations, outbreaks, and other disease-related topics affecting public health.
  • Providing support and information in relation to adverse effects of immunization, including reporting.


For Further Information

Call the Vaccine Preventable Disease program: (807) 625-5900

or toll-free 1-888-294-6630

Last Updated: 13/07/2022