COVID-19 information and updates

Haldimand County is currently in Stage 3 of the Province of Ontario’s regional re-opening plan.

The Haldimand County Administration Building has re-opened to the public, however, some services (e.g. planning services) are being offered by appointment only. Please read the ‘County service options‘ list prior to your visit or call 905-318-5932 with any questions.

Watch this page for updates on facility re-openings and related COVID-19 updates.

Important notice for Haldimand County Administration Building visitors

The Haldimand County Administration Building at 53 Thorburn St. S, Cayuga, re-opened to the public on Monday, June 29, 2020.

All visitors to the Haldimand County Administration Building are required to complete self-screening prior to entering to protect the safety of staff and the community. Individuals who are symptomatic or fail the self-screening are asked to refrain from entering the building.

Certain areas of the lobby are marked as waiting and seating areas for appointment-only services to ensure capacity limits and physical distancing requirements are met. Blue, green and red floor stickers have also been installed to guide visitors to appropriate service areas.

General customer service walk-ins are welcome and will be served on a first come, first served basis, however, some services will be offered by appointment only such as:

  • Planning services
  • Marriage licenses

Accounts Receivable

Accounts receivable can be paid:

  1. Through your financial institution by adding ‘Haldimand County Accounts Rec.’ as a payee (online banking)
  2. Online using Visa or MasterCard (a non-refundable fee of 1.75% will be charged by Paymentus)
  3. In person at the Haldimand County Administration Building
  4. Online, in person using an online self-service kiosks (‘myHC’) at the Dunnville, Selkirk, Hagersville, Caledonia or Jarvis library beginning July 6.

Building Permits

  • Building services are available at the Development Customer Service counter on the 2nd floor of the Haldimand County Administration Building. Visitors will be assisted on a first come, first served basis.
  • Building permit applications, related documents and information about the permit and inspection process are available at HaldimandCounty.ca/building-services.

Bulk Water

To sign up for a Bulk Water account:

  1. Contact Haldimand County customer service at 905-318-5932 or info@haldimandcounty.on.ca
  2. Visit the Haldimand County Administration Building and speak with a customer service representative in-person.

You can pay your Bulk Water account:

  1. Through your financial institution by adding ‘Haldimand County Accounts Rec.’ as a payee (online banking)
  2. Online using Visa or MasterCard (a non-refundable fee of 1.75% will be charged by Paymentus)
  3. In person at the Haldimand County Administration Building
  4. Online, in person using an online self-service kiosk (‘myHC’) at the Dunnville, Selkirk, Hagersville, Caledonia or Jarvis library beginning July 6.

Burn Permits

Non-recreational open-air burning may continue throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, as long as a proper permit has been acquired and open-air fire burning by-laws are followed.

Rural landowners who wish to obtain non-recreational burn permits should call the Haldimand County Administration Building at 905-318-5932 for details or e-mail Haldimand County customer service.

As Haldimand County gradually re-opens, the Fire Department is advising residents of the following:

  • No-cost, temporary, non-recreational burn permits will continue to be offered until July 10, 2020. To obtain a permit, residents must call the Fire Department at 905-318-5932 ext. 6230 or 6224 to set up an appointment and arrange for pickup.
  • All temporary burn permits issued will remain valid until August 31, 2020. After August 31 anyone who does not currently have a valid permit will be required to purchase one, this includes temporary permit holders as they will no longer be valid.
  • As of September 1, 2020, burn permits will be offered as they were prior to the pandemic – in-person at the Haldimand County Administration Building.

NOTE: Complaints and fire responses to addresses conducting open air burning without a proper permit will be found in contravention of Haldimand County By-Law 1662-16 and may be subject to enforcement including fines and cost recovery for services.

Council Meetings

Council meetings are held at the Haldimand County Administration Building. Members of the public are welcome to attend, however, seating is limited. Residents with an internet-equipped device are encouraged live stream Council meetings.

Dog Licences

Dog licenses may be purchased or renewed online through the Welland SPCA’s website. Licenses may also be purchased in-person at the following locations:

Haldimand County Administration Building
Cayuga Pets ‘N More
Jarvis Public Library
Selkirk Public Library

Facility Bookings

All bookings/rentals/activities/programming at all fields/parks are cancelled until further notice. More information will be announced regarding bookings for late summer and fall events.

Forestry

In response to extended closures and the suspension of non-essential services by the Province of Ontario, Haldimand County has made the decision to postpone our regular Spring Tree Planting Program until August 31, 2020. For more information about the spring tree planting program and how to apply, visit the Trees & Forest Conservation page.

Garbage & recycling

  • There are no impacts to garbage & recycling curbside collection and the service is continuing as usual.
  • The Canborough Waste Management Facility remains open, however, only credit and debit card payments will be accepted until further notice.

Kennel Licence

  • Kennel license applications may be requested by calling 905-318-5932, e-mailing info@haldimandcounty.on.ca or visiting the Haldimand County Administration Building. Completed applications with payment (cheque) may be dropped off in-person to a customer service representative at the Haldimand County Administration Building, mailed to the Administration Building or deposited in the building’s secure drop box off of Chippewa St.

Lottery Licence

Lottery license applications may be downloaded from the Haldimand County website at HaldimandCounty.ca/licenses.

Applications can be mailed to the Haldimand County Administration Building, dropped off in-person to a customer service representative at the Haldimand County Administration Building or deposited in the building’s secure drop box off of Chippewa St.

Marriage Ceremonies

Marriage ceremonies are being offered on a limited basis. For more information, call 905-318-5932 or contact us by e-mail.

Marriage Licences

  • Marriage licenses are being offered on a walk-in basis. You can learn more about obtaining a marriage license on the Licenses page.

Parking Ticket Payments

You can pay your parking ticket:

1. Online by credit card or online banking.

2. By mail, using an envelope with sufficient postage affixed, with a cheque or money order made payable to HALDIMAND COUNTY in the appropriate amount to:

Haldimand County By-law Division
53 Thorburn St. S
Cayuga, ON N0A 1E0

Ensure that you include your ticket in the envelope along with your payment.

3. In person, by depositing an envelope with your ticket and payment (cheque or money order) to the Haldimand County Administration Building building’s secure drop box (off of Chippewa St). Ensure your envelope is addressed to Haldimand County By-Law Division.

4. In person at the Haldimand County Administration Building customer service desk.

Planning Applications

In-person Planning services, including plan reviews or meetings with planning staff, will be offered by appointment only. To set up an appointment, please call 905-318-5932 or e-mail the Planning team.

A number of planning-related resources, helpful information and application forms are available at HaldimandCounty.ca/planning-services.

Planning applications and related documentation may be submitted:

  1. By mail, addressed to:Haldimand County Planning & Development
    53 Thorburn St. S
    Cayuga, ON N0A 1E0
  2. By e-mail, to the Planning team.
  3. In person, by depositing an envelope with completed forms to the Haldimand County Administration Building building’s secure drop box (off of Chippewa St.) Ensure your envelope is addressed to Haldimand County Planning & Development.

 

  1. In person at the Haldimand County Administration Building Development Customer Service desk (2nd floor).

POA Payments/Notice of Intention to Appear

Assistance for POA-related matters is available by calling 905-772-3327 or e-mailing POA staff. In-person service is available at the Provincial Offences service desk, located within the Haldimand County Administration Building, during regular hours (8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday to Friday).

Payments/dropoffs:

  • Provincial Offences Act tickets and Notices of Fine/Due Dates may be paid online using Visa or Mastercard at paytickets.ca.
  • POA fines and Notices of Intention to Appear can be mailed to the Haldimand County Administration Building (53 Thorburn St. S) addressed to the attention of Provincial Offences Act staff, or deposited in the administration building’s secure Drop Box off of Chippewa St.
  • Fines and Notices of Intention to Appear may also be dropped off at the Haldimand County Administration Building’s Provincial Offences service desk.

NOTE: All in-person Provincial Offences Act matters scheduled until Friday, January 22, 2021 will be adjourned and rescheduled to a later date. If you have a matter scheduled during this time, you do not need to attend court. This applies to all POA courts in Ontario.

A notice of your new court date will be sent to you by mail to the address on file with the court. If you require provincial offences related service, please contact POA staff.

Programming

Due to COVID-19, most in-person programming has been put on hold until further notice.

Virtual summer programming for children & families

On Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays for the duration of summer, staff will be sharing activity options for children and families including ‘staycation’ day-trips and itineraries, sports and craft ideas, ‘how-to’ webinars and more.

Three (3) contests will take place each week, and one Grand prize winner to be drawn at the end of summer. Lots of great prizes are available! More details related to virtual summer programming are available at HaldimandCounty.ca/summer2020/. You can also watch the County’s Facebook page for weekly videos and activities.

Register for summer 2020 public swims & aquatics programming

  • Public swims and aquatics programming are being offered, however, a number of health & safety protocols are in place to ensure the safety of staff and visitors. Before booking a swim, please read this important information for pool users.
  • You can register for free public swims online through LeisureLink or calling the Haldimand County Administration Building at 905-318-5932.
  • You can register for paid aquatics programming online through LeisureLink or in-person at the Haldimand County Administration Building.

Property Tax Payments

You can pay your property taxes:

    1. Through your financial institution – in-person, at the ATM, via phone banking, or online banking by adding ‘Haldimand County Taxes’ as a payee.
    2. Online using Visa or MasterCard (a non-refundable fee of 1.75% will be charged by Paymentus)
    3. By setting up a Pre-Authorized Payment Plan (PAP).
    4. In person at the Haldimand County Administration Building customer service desk
    5. In person by dropping an envelope with a copy of your bill, along with payment (cheque, post-dated cheque or money order) in the administration building’s secure Drop Box off of Chippewa St. Please ensure cheques and money orders are made payable to Haldimand County.
    6. Online, in person using an online self-service kiosks (‘myHC’) at the Dunnville, Selkirk, Hagersville, Caledonia or Jarvis library beginning July 6

Purchasing

Bid submissions will only be accepted electronically via the bids&tenders platform; no physical submissions will be accepted.

Tax Certificates

You can request a tax certificate by calling 905-318-5932, e-mailing info@haldimandcounty.on.ca or visiting the customer service desk at the Haldimand County Administration Building. Please note the current fee for processing Tax Certificates.

Below is a complete list of facility and amenity closures County-wide. Find out what’s open and what’s still closed below.

County facilities: what’s open & what’s closed

  • The Haldimand County Administration Building is open to the public, however, some services are available by appointment only. For specific service information, check the ‘County Service Options‘ tab on this page.
  • The Canborough Waste Management Facility remains open, however, only credit and debit card payments will be accepted until further notice.
  • All Haldimand County arenas/rinks re-opened October 1. Read the Frequently Asked Questions and usage protocols for arenas.
  • The Heritage Centre, located within the new Cayuga Library + Heritage Centre, is open and welcoming walk-in visitors (face coverings required). Edinbugh Square Heritage & Cultural Centre and Wilson MacDonald Memorial School Museum are also open, however, visitors must reserve their visit online to ensure proper physical distancing. At this time, a maximum number of four patrons may be admitted at one time, with each visit limited to 45 minutes. Visitors without a prior reservation may be admitted if capacity allows, and all visitors must wear face coverings. Residents and visitors may reserve museum time slots using the County’s online reservation system (link.haldimandcounty.ca) or by calling Haldimand County customer service at 905-318-5932.

Outdoor amenities: what’s open and what’s closed

Pools & splash pads

  • All 3 municipal pools are now closed for the season.
  • All splash pads are now closed for the season.

Trails, parks, beaches & piers

  • All trails and parks are open.
  • Playgrounds and pavilions are open.
  • Municipal beaches and piers are open.

Boat launches

  • All public boat launches are open.

Sporting fields & courts

  • All public tennis and pickleball courts are open.
  • The disc golf course at Lafortune Park is open.
  • All skate/BMX parks are open.
  • Baseball diamonds remain closed for tournament bookings.

When you are out enjoying these public spaces, please practice social distancing and keep 2m (6ft) apart from all other individuals. Violations of social distancing guidelines may be reported to the COVID-19 enforcement hotline at 519-428-8019.

Grandview Lodge

  • Stay informed about what’s happening at Grandview during COVID-19 by signing up for Weekly Updates for Families.
  • Haldimand County is restricting all non-essential visitors inside of Grandview Lodge in response to direction from Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health.
  • Outdoor and indoor visits may be arranged by contacting Grandview Lodge’s Supervisor of Programs & Support. Family members who are interested in visiting their loved one are asked to carefully read the guidelines and visitor responsibilities.
  • The Ministry of Health is identifying essential visitors as those who have a resident who is dying or very ill or a parent/guardian of an ill child or youth in a live-in treatment setting. The Ministry will re-evaluate this measure in the coming weeks and ensure consistency with their recent guidance on enhanced public health measures.
  • Essential visitors will be screened for symptoms prior to entering Grandview Lodge. Essential visitors who do not pass screening will not be permitted to enter.
  • In order to maintain the safety of our residents and staff we will no longer be accepting any deliveries to GVL for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Haldimand-Norfolk Health & Social Services offices

  • Health & Social Services offices are closed to the public, however, services remain available. Please call or e-mail your local office for assistance.

Libraries

  • All library branches are open to the public. Visit the library website for full details, public health protocols and what to expect when you visit.
  • All in-person library programming has been cancelled until further notice. Virtual storytimes, crafts and other activities hosted by library staff are available on the library’s website, Facebook page, and new YouTube site.
  • Many online services are available. A list of online resources and information on how to access eBook/eMagazine/audiobook services is available on the library’s website. Some online resources require a library card. If you do not have a library card, staff will issue one electronically. Simply e-mail the library, indicating your full name and physical address, to request a card. Staff will also respond to general inquiries emailed to this address.

Provincial Offences Court

  • All Provincial Offences Act matters scheduled from Monday, March 16, 2020 through to and including Friday, September 11, 2020 will be adjourned and rescheduled to a later date. If you have a matter scheduled during this time, you do not need to attend court. This applies to all POA courts in Ontario. A notice of your new court date will be sent to you by mail to the address on file with the court.
  • Anyone who requires POA-related assistance may also contact poa@haldimandcounty.on.ca.

On Monday, July 27, Haldimand County Council reviewed and approved a by-law requiring face coverings in specific enclosed public spaces where physical distancing cannot be achieved. The by-law, which aligns with the Haldimand-Norfolk Medical Officer of Health’s recommendations, will be in effect from August 1, 2020 until November 2, 2020 unless otherwise repealed, amended or extended.

Resources and info

Mayor Hewitt’s statement on Face Covering By-Law No. 2191/20

Haldimand County Face Covering By-Law No. 2191/20

Frequently Asked Questions – Face coverings in Haldimand County

Category 1 business sign – Face covering required

Category 2 business sign – Physical distancing required

20200903 – Haldimand County Terminates Declared COVID-19 Emergency, Reminds Public To Remain Vigilant And Follow Public Health Orders

20200727 – Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council – July 27, 2020

20200727 – Haldimand County Council approves face covering by-law

20200723 – Haldimand County Council to review proposed face covering by-law

20200720 – Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council – July 20, 2020

20200717 – Haldimand County introduces virtual summer programming for children, families

20200713 – Haldimand, Norfolk to remain in stage two of Province’s re-opening plan

20200713 – Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council – July 13, 2020

20200702 – Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council – July 2, 2020

20200624 – Haldimand County Administration Building Re-Opening June 29, Libraries July 6

20200622 – Haldimand County finalizing plan to re-open some facilities/amenities, re-introduce services following provincial announcement regarding stage 2

20200618 – Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council – June 18, 2020

20200610 – Statement from Mayor Hewitt – June 10, 2020

20200610 – Portable Washrooms To Be Installed At Select County Parks

20200609 – Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council – June 9, 2020

20200608 – Haldimand, Norfolk county mayors issue joint statement regarding Ontario’s regional re-opening plan

20200608 – Ontario Permits More Businesses and Services to Reopen in the Coming Days

20200604 – Haldimand County Public Library Now Offering Curbside Pickup Service

20200601 – Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council – June 1, 2020

20200524 – Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council – May 24, 2020

20200520 – Haldimand County Public Library Finalizing Plans For Curbside Pickup Service

20200515 – Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit To Allow Occupancy of Secondary Residences

20200513 – Haldimand County Announces Re-Opening Of Boat Launches, Tennis/Pickleball Courts & Skate/BMX Parks

20200513 – Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council – May 13, 2020

20200505 – Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council – May 5, 2020

2020504 – Haldimand County To Offer Interim Burn Permits For Rural Landowners

20200501 – Haldimand & Norfolk Counties To Re-Open Trails And Parks For Resident Walk-Through Use

20200501 – Haldimand County Reminds Residents of Public Health Orders Regarding Campgrounds & Trailer Parks

20200429 – Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council – April 29, 2020

20200423 – Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Council – April 23, 2020

20200421 – CAO’s Update to Council RE: Haldimand’s response to COVID-19

20200420 – Statement from Mayor Hewitt & Mayor Kristal Chopp, Chair of the Board of Health for Haldiman & Norfolk – April 20

20200415 – Statement from the Mayor & Council – April 15, 2020

20200410 – Statement from the Mayor & Council – April 10, 2020

20200407 – Statement from the Mayor & Council – April 7, 2020

20200404 – Statement from the Mayor & Council – April 4, 2020

20200402 – Statement from the Mayor & Council – April 2, 2020

20200331 – Statement from the Mayor & Council – March 31, 2020

20200331 – Haldimand County Closes More Public Amenities In Accordance With Provincial Order, Increases Enforcement Measures

20200329 – Statement From The Mayor & Council regarding the local COVID-19 situation

20200327 – Haldimand County Economic Development & Tourism division offering support, resources to Local businesses affected by COVID-19

20200326 – Statement From The Mayor Council Regarding Trailer Parks in Haldimand

20200325 – Haldimand County Permits Seasonal Campgrounds And Trailer Parks To Open Early Under Exceptional

Circumstances

20200325 – Haldimand County Fire Department Provides Update On Burn Permits During COVID-19 Situation

20200325 – Haldimand County Emergency Services Worker Test Positive for COVID-19

20200325 – Statement from the Mayor & Council RE: COVID-19 updates

20200324 – Haldimand, Norfolk Counties Declare Emergencies

20200323 – Statement from the Mayor & Council RE: local response to COVID-19

20200320 – Haldimand, Norfolk Counties Proactively Preparing for COVID-19

20200319 – Statement from the Mayor & Council – Haldimand County Council Acts To Reduce Charges During Public Health Emergency

Letter to Residents of Haldimand & Norfolk Counties RE: COVID-19 from Chair of the Board of Health (March 18, 2020)

Video – Emergency Council Meeting RE: COVID-19 Pandemic (March 17, 2020 – 4pm)

Video – Commonly asked COVID-19 questions are answered by Medical Officer of Health Dr. Shanker Nesathurai (March 17, 2020)

20200317 – Haldimand County Announces Closure of Administration Building, Additional COVID-19 Response Measures

20200316 – Provincial Offences Court Suspended Until April 3

20200314 – Grandview Lodge Visitation Limited To Essential Visitors Only

20200313 – Haldimand County Announces Facility Closures And Program Cancellations Following Medical Officer Of Health Recommendations

Do you have questions about the Province’s list of essential services or if/how your business can operate during the pandemic? Looking for resources/funding to support your business?

Visit the COVID-19 Business Information & Resources page.

  • Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit Inquiry Form for Businesses
    If you have questions about your business operations during the emergency period, you can use the Haldimand Norfolk Health Unit’s Inquiry Form for Businesses.
  • Province of Ontario’s Business Information Hotline
    If you have questions about the Province’s list of essential services and rules/regulations regarding business operations during the pandemic, contact the Province’s Business Information Hotline at 1-888-444-3659. Help is available from Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. and Saturday to Sunday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • Province of Ontario’s list of Essential Services
    View the most up-to-date list of essential services as issued by the Province via the Province’s website.
  • Guidance for businesses by sector
    The Province has developed sector-specific guidelines for business operations. For the most up-to-date guidelines, visit the Ministry of Health website.
  • Requests for temporary rule/regulation changes in support of business operations
    Learn how to request a temporary rule or regulation change to help your business respond to COVID-19 via the Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade’s website.
  • Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit Environmental Health Team Hotline
    For COVID-19 inquiries related to or regarding food premises, migrant farms, special events, personal service settings, child care centers or workplaces (non-healthcare setting), you may also call the HNHU’s Environmental Health Team Hotline at 519-426-6128 (Mon-Fri, 8:30am to 4:30pm)

Volunteer

Watch this space for COVID-19 volunteer opportunities. At this time, Haldimand County is not seeking volunteers for COVID-19 related support.

Support food banks

Support local hospitals

Food delivery for housebound seniors

As part of its wide-ranging response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Haldimand and Norfolk’s Health and Social Services team has partnered with Kaley’s Restaurant and Church Out Serving on a service aimed at getting necessities to those who are otherwise unable to get them.

Those over 70 years of age, those with accessibility issues and those under self-isolation due to COVID-19 concerns – and who don’t have a readily-available support network – can call 519-426-6170 or 905-318-6623, extension 3793 to request help with food services.

This may include delivery of prepared meals, or a list of essential items needed from the grocery store.

Pet food delivery

The Welland SPCA’s Community Engagement Team is offering free delivery of pet food to residents of Haldimand. Are you a senior, at-risk, self-isolating or just in need? Email the SPCA to request help!

Haldimand-Norfolk Health & Social Services

Haldimand-Norfolk Health & Social Services provides a number of supports for residents of both Haldimand & Norfolk counties, including job search assistance and skills development. Visit the HNSS website to learn more about employment services offered.

St. Leonard’s Community Services

St. Leonard’s Community Services provides employment-related support to job seekers and employers. If you are seeking work, or need help with recruitment, contact a local Job Developer. Tailored support is also available for agricultural employers looking to hire workers.

Haldimand County Job Developer:
Amanda Hamann
289-377-9200

Health & Wellness Supports

A number of supports and resources for community members are available on the Health & Social Services website. Browse the full list and find contact information for mental health, financial, legal, family and related support services.

COVID-19 Emergency Community Support Fund application

Emergency funding is now available to assist local groups and organizations who deliver community services and supports for vulnerable populations who are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.

The COVID-19 Emergency Community Support Fund is a new $350M investment by the Government of Canada to support charities and non-profit organizations. Locally, the funding program is being administered by United Way Haldimand-Norfolk and Haldimand-Norfolk Health & Social Services. The application is available on the Haldimand-Norfolk Health & Social services website and contains eligibility and submission information.

View the COVID-19 Emergency Community Support Fund application

  • If you’re feeling ill
    Testing for COVID-19 in Haldimand and Norfolk has been expanded to include anyone concerned that they may have been exposed to the virus, even if they don’t have symptoms. If you are concerned you may have contracted COVID-19, please consult your primary care provider or call the HNHU’s COVID-19 Hotline at 519-426-6170 ext. 9999 to arrange for testing.
  • Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit COVID-19 Hotline
    For general enquiries regarding COVID-19 or to arrange testing, please call the HNHU’s COVID-19 Hotline at 519-426-6170 ext. 9999 (Mon-Fri, 8:30am to 4:30pm).
  • Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit Inquiry Form for Business
    If you have questions about your business operations during the emergency period, please use the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit’s COVID-19 Business Inquiry Form.

  • Environmental Health Team Hotline
    For COVID-19 inquiries related to or regarding food premises, migrant farms, special events, personal service settings, child care centers or workplaces (non-healthcare setting), please call the Environmental Health Team Hotline at 519-426-6128 (Mon-Fri, 8:30am to 4:30pm).
  • COVID-19 Enforcement Hotline
    To report individuals who are violating public health orders, please report to the COVID-19 violation hotline at 519-428-8019.

  • Ontario’s Business Information Hotline
    If you have questions about the Province’s list of essential services and rules/regulations regarding business operations during the pandemic, contact the Province’s Business Information Hotline at 1-888-444-3659. Help is available from Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. and Saturday to Sunday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • TeleHealth Ontario
    For medical advice, you may contact TeleHealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000. TeleHealth Ontario is a free, confidential service. A Registered Nurse will take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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