If your immunizations aren’t up-to-date and on record with Public Health, you could be suspended from school.
- Visit your family doctor
- Book an appointment at a catch-up clinic on March break
- Book an appointment at a public health clinic
Once you have all the immunizations you need, report them to Public Health online at www.ImmunizeWDG.ca.
The deadline to have immunizations on record is March 7.
To attend school, every student in Ontario must be fully immunized and have those immunizations on record with Public Health.
Get more information and other options for updating your records.
Are your child’s vaccines up-to-date? You can now easily report the vaccines your children get to Public Health at www.ImmunizeWDG.ca.
The government says students in Ontario from the ages of 7 to 17 must have their vaccinations up-to-date and on record with Public Health.
Watch this message from Medical Officer of Health Dr. Nicola Mercer, and report your children’s vaccines at www.ImmunizeWDG.ca!
- Learn more about the immunizations that help your children stay well
On Sunday January 17, 2016, bring your cat or dog to Bold Canine in Erin for a $30 rabies vaccine (cash only).
Vaccines are good for three years.
The clinic is sponsored by Dr. Frances Walker, DVM, and hosted by Bold Canine.
- Location: 9609 Sideroad 17, Erin [see map]
- Date: Sunday, January 17, 2016
- Time: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Please bring your cat in a carrier and your dog on a leash.
Registration is OPEN for the January 2016 wouldurather… contest!
The contest is open to young adults ages 18-29 and all post-secondary students (regardless of age). Register until January 24, 2016. The contest runs from January 25 to March 6.
Winners will be chosen in each of these four categories:
- Quit for Good (for daily smokers)
- Keep the Count (for daily smokers)
- Party Without the Smoke (for daily and social smokers)
- Don’t Start and Win (for ex-smokers and non-smokers)