Resources From The Region

Web-Based Resources

Government of Canada website has all information pertaining to the vaccines including the approved vaccines and getting vaccinated.

Government of Canada summary of COVID 19 in First Nations communities provides information on the epidemiological summary of Covid-19 cases in First Nations communities.

National Collaborating Centre of Indigenous Health provides updates on Covid-19.

Indigenous Physicians Association of Canada contributes Covid-19 resources, created for and by Indigenous Canadians.

Coronovirus | Assembly of First Nations information about Covid-19 is geared towards Indigenous peoples.

National Association of Friendship Centres presents provincial information about Covid-19.

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami contributes to the importance of the vaccine and all things Covid-19.

Tungasuvvingat Inuit ( is an Inuit-specific urban services provider that offers community supports for Inuit of all ages.

Metis Nation of Ontario Town Hall Questions all about Covid-19.

National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases provides an article about vaccine hesitancy and First Nations, Inuit and Métis populations – potential implications during COVID-19.

First Nations Health Authority contributes information on what you need to know about the the Covid-19 vaccine.

Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres provides a resource list for friendship centres to support during Covid-19 Pandemic.

Print Resources

Busting common myths about mRNA vaccines (University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy)

COVID-19 About Vaccines (Ontario Ministry of Health)

How mRNA vaccines work (University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy)

Vaccines for COVID-19 (Government of Canada)

Third Dose Recommendations (Ontario Ministry of Health)

FAQ on Vaccines for 5-11 Year Olds (Region of Waterloo)

Podcasts & Youtube: this podcast is all about Covid vaccines with Dr. Evan Adams.

Region of Waterloo Community Stakeholders Town Hall Feb 22 all about the Covid vaccines.

Youtube video with Dr Horn Dr Benoit Waneek Horn-Miller and Kahentientha Horn is about vaccine hesitation and the benefits of getting vaccinated.

MAINSTREAM NEWS: begin for hundreds of Indigenous elders | CBC News

Vaccinations begin for hundreds of Indigenous elders | CBC News

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