Find a Vaccination Clinic

This page contains information on vaccination clinics in each province. When we find a 'low stimulus' or drive through clinic we will add it to the list. 

For general vaccination information for each province, click here.

Alberta

Calgary

  • Low stimulus clinic

    • Call 811 and press 1. Tell the person who answers that you’d like a referral to a low stimulus clinic for the COVID vaccine.

    • Be prepared to provide the following info: Name • Date of Birth • Personal Healthcare Number • Address (incl. city/town and postal code) • Name of support person • Phone number • Reason vaccine needed in low-stimulus setting

    • The HealthLink nurse will send out a referral to the low stimulus clinic (probably by fax).

    • The low stimulus clinic will contact the support person to set up a date and time.

 

  • Drive-thru clinic

    • Book through the AHS main booking site:
      https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/Immunization/Pages/CovidImmPubTool.aspx#q1

    • Or call 811 and press 1. Tell the person who answers that you’d like to a book an appointment at the drive-thru clinic.

    • The vehicle can hold a maximum of 4 people. Appointment holders must stay in their vehicle for the shot and for 15 minutes after. Face masks are required.

 

Edmonton

  • Low stimulus clinic

    • Call 811 and press 1. Tell the person who answers that you’d like a referral to a low stimulus clinic for the COVID vaccine.

    • Be prepared to provide the following info: Name • Date of Birth • Personal Healthcare Number • Address (incl. city/town and postal code) • Name of support person • Phone number • Reason vaccine needed in low-stimulus setting

    • The HealthLink nurse will send out a referral to the low stimulus clinic (probably by fax).

    • The low stimulus clinic will contact the support person to set up a date and time.

 

Central Alberta

  • Contact the Central Zone Immunization Triage Team by calling (780) 312-7972 or emailing Patient Information Sheet COVID-19 CenZImmsTriage@albertahealthservices.ca to see how they can accommodate your specialized needs at your immunization appointment.

  • Note 2021-09-07: the 811 nurse (& supervisor) don’t know if the Central Alberta clinic is still open. No appointments showing but it might just be full. No way to tell unless you’re actually eligible to book an appointment.

 

British Columbia

 

Options

  • Low stimulus clinics:

    •  Call 811 and say you’d like a referral to a low stimulus clinic for the COVID vaccine. They will go through a questionnaire to see if you or the person you’re booking for qualifies.

    • It’s unclear how many clinics exist or where they are located.

  • Drive-thru clinics:

    • call 811 and ask if there are any drive-thru clinics in your area.

    • Fort St. John has offered a drive-thru clinic in the past.

    • Quesnel & area has drive-thru clinics on: Sept 10-15 / Sept 19-23 / Sept 26-30 / Oct 3-7. Weekdays 4 pm to 8 pm. Weekends 10 am to 4 pm.

  • Vaccinations for the homebound:

    • Call 811 and ask if you or the person you’re calling for qualify to have the vaccine at home. You will get a call back from a different department. (It does not sound like they’re offering this in many cases.)

 

General Information

 

 
 

Newfoundland and Labrador

 

General Information

 

By Health Region

Here are links and phone numbers to call for each region:
 

The Labrador-Grenfell region has this additional information:

  • Special Considerations for Home-Bound Individuals: Arrangements for individuals who require a home-visit to receive their COVID-19 Vaccine can be made by calling 1-833-960-3643. An agent will take your information and pass it along to a member of our Public Health team who will be happy to contact you and make arrangements that work for you! Please do not call your local Public Health office to make this request.

  • Please note that home-visits are limited for those who are unable to physically leave their home in order to present to a community-based clinic.

 

Nova Scotia

General Information

 

Ontario

  • Surrey Place in Toronto is hosting a clinic specifically for people with developmental disabilities.
     

  • Registration required:

 

Quebec

Informations générales / General Information

Français

English

Montréal service au volant / Drive Through

  • Montréal-Trudeau International Airport

  • Parking P11 - 12000, avenue English, Dorval (Quebec) H9P 1B4

  • Lundi au dimanche, 8 h à 20 h / Monday to Sunday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Cliniques sans rendez-vous / Walk In Clinics

 

More to come, and if you know of a speciality vaccination clinic
please email us at hello@readyformyshot.ca​.

Yukon

General Information

General COVID information site: https://yukon.ca/en/this-is-our-shot#vaccine-appointments

or at 811 (or 1-604-215-4700 by satellite phone)


Walk In Clinics

Whitehorse

Walk-in appointments are available at the Yukon Convention Centre (4051 – 4th Avenue).


Beaver Creek

  • Phone the health centre at 867-862-4444 for more information.

 

Burwash Landing and Destruction Bay

  • Phone the health centre at 867-841-4444 for more information.

 

Carcross (including Tagish, Crag Lake and Lewes Lake)

  • Phone the health centre at 867-821-4444 for more information.

 

Carmacks

  • Phone the health centre at 867-863-4444 for more information.

 

Dawson City

  • Date: October 8 and 22, 2021

  • Time: 9 a.m. until noon and 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.

  • Location: Dawson City Health Centre

  • Phone the health centre at 867-993-4300 for more information or to book. Walk-ins welcome.

 
 

Provincial Vaccine Information

See below for the standard vaccination information for each province.

Alberta  

British Columbia  

Manitoba  

New Brunswick  

Newfoundland & Labrador

Northwest Territories

Nova Scotia  

Nunavut  

Ontario  

Prince Edward Island

Quebec - français

Quebec - English

Saskatchewan