CHIEFS OF ONTARIO
Find Our Latest Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Updates and Resources Here
This website provides information on emergency planning and preparedness, as well as on the unique programs and services that are available to First Nations in Ontario during COVID-19. Please see below for categories.
COVID-19 in Ontario
Get the latest case data and updates, learn how to get vaccinated and get advice on what to do next if you think you might have COVID-19.
How to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment
If you still need your first or second dose of the vaccine, book now.
How to get your COVID-19 vaccine certificate
You can get your certificate no matter where you were vaccinated (for example, at a pharmacy, mass immunization clinic, hospital, or primary care setting). The vaccine receipts without a QR code are still valid as proof of vaccination. Learn more about proof of vaccination.
COVID-19 Indigenous Awareness Resources
Share these awareness resources to learn how to prevent the spread of coronavirus and protect yourself and your community from the coronavirus outbreak.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Suppliers Within Ontario
Review a list of companies that sell personal protective equipment (PPE) and other supplies to keep your employees and customers safe from COVID-19.
Employment and Economic Development
If you become unemployed or are experiencing financial strain due to COVID-19, you may be eligible for benefits. Click here to view the latest updates in employment and economic development.
Emergency Management Resources and Community Updates
Emergency Pandemic Planning and other helpful information for First Nations communities in Ontario.
Indigenous Services Canada and Federal Government Updates
Announcements, Investments and Commitments from Indigenous Services Canada and the Federal Government.
Resources for online courses, educational programs and other additional information for Ontario students during COVID-19.
Latest Updates & Announcements
As the coronavirus situation continues to rapidly evolve across the globe, as do the guidelines coming from public health agencies and directives. it’s important to remember: in a pandemic, things are always changing and evolving.
The Chiefs of Ontario continues to monitor and pass along the most up-to-date info, sometimes it means updating and adjusting to the current recommendations. Stay up-to-date by subscribing to our mailing list below.