News Release
March 10, 2022

Today, Mayor John Tory announced that more than 70 COVID-19 vaccine clinics will be taking place over March Break across Toronto, as Team Toronto’s hyper-local, equity-focused vaccination strategy continues to expand the number of mobile clinics.

During March Break, Team Toronto will bring vaccines to convenient locations where residents live, study, work and play including camps, schools, libraries and Union Station.

In partnership with Toronto Public Health (TPH), Michael Garron Hospital, North York General Hospital and Women’s College Hospital, Team Toronto will host more than 70 clinics from Monday, March 14 to Sunday, March 20 at many locations across the city, including:

  • L’Amoreaux Community Centre, 2000 McNicoll Ave.
  • Don Montgomery Community Centre, 2467 Eglinton Ave E.
  • Chalkfarm Community Centre, 180 Chalkfarm Dr.
  • Thorncliffe Park Community Hub, 45 Overlea Blvd.
  • Shoppers World Danforth, 3003 Danforth Ave.
  • Grenoble Public School, 9 Grenoble Dr.
  • Crescent Town Elementary School, 4 Massey Square
  • Duke of Connaught Public School, 70 Woodfield Rd.
  • Regent Heights Public School, 555 Pharmacy Ave.
  • Parkway Forest Community Centre, 55 Forest Manor Rd.
  • Union Station, 65 Front St. W.
  • Crossroad Vaccination Clinic, 2625 Weston Rd.
  • Thistletown Community Centre, 925 Albion Rd.
  • Stephen’s Church, 103 Bellevue Ave.
  • Parkdale CHC – Queen West Site, 168 Bathurst St.
  • Parkdale CHC – Parkdale Site, 1229 Queen St W.
  • Toronto Western Family Health Team, 440 Bathurst St., 3rd Floor
  • Burnhamthorpe CI, 500 The East Mall
  • Cordella Junior Public School, 175 Cordella Ave.
  • Don Mills Collegiate Institute, 15 The Donway E.
  • Timothy Catholic School, 25 Rochelle Cresc.
  • Kevin Catholic School, 15 Murray Glen Dr.

Many of the clinics are family-friendly and youth-focused to support a positive vaccination experience that will include privacy pods, puppets and activities, distraction aids and other accommodations. Community centres hosting CampTO March Break programs will also make vaccination easy and convenient for participants.

All five City-run immunization clinics will also continue to operate at:

  • Cloverdale Mall, 250 The East Mall
  • Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front St W.
  • Mitchell Field Community Centre, 89 Church Ave.
  • Woodbine Mall, 500 Rexdale Blvd.
  • 1940 Eglinton Ave. E.

School-based vaccines will be available at City-run clinics until the end of March Break, providing Hepatitis B, Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and Meningococcal vaccines for students in grades seven to 12 who have missed starting or completing their vaccine series at schools due to COVID-19 disruptions.

The Vax And Read campaign, which brings COVID-19 vaccination clinics to 12 Toronto Public Library branches, also continues until Wednesday, March 16 .

More information about all immunization clinics, including location addresses and hours of operation, is available on the City’s COVID-19: How to Get Vaccinated webpage.

Clinic locations have been selected by TPH in focused neighborhoods to remove barriers and bring vaccines to residents in areas and settings with low vaccination rates, and to residents who are at high risk of contracting COVID-19. As part of Team Toronto’s hyper-local, equity-focused strategy, locations were chosen to facilitate accessibility and convenience in places that are part of Torontonians’ everyday lives.


“I am so pleased to see our Team Toronto partners come together to provide more than 70 convenient and accessible vaccine clinics across Toronto this March Break. I urge all Torontonians who still need to get vaccinated to please take advantage of the March Break clinic locations to protect yourself and your community.”

– Mayor John Tory

“Team Toronto continues to work tirelessly to remove barriers and make vaccines more accessible through our hyper-local, equity-focused strategy. With more than 70 clinics happening across the city over March Break, families can get vaccinated at the location most convenient and accessible for them.”

– Councillor Joe Cressy (Spadina-Fort York), Chair of the Toronto Board of Health

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