To book an appointment, visit halton.ca/COVIDvaccines. Residents who require booking support can also call 311 and a customer service representative will assist in the booking process.
Ontario has declared a provincial emergency and a Stay-at-Home Order is now in effect for 28 days, starting April 8.
The approval and availability of COVID-19 vaccines is an important step in our collective response to stop the spread of the virus. Access the latest information on vaccines.
With cases rising in Ontario and Halton, it is more important than ever to follow public health direction and take personal resposibility to protect yourself and others.
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The Wellness Check must be completed before entering a Regional facility or by Regional staff before starting a shift in the community.
Flags at Regional facilities are flying at half-mast to honour the passing of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip.
You can provide your input on changes to Steeles Avenue to Tremaine Road until May 17.
Smoking and vaping in public parks and within nine metres from any entrance or exit of municipally owned or leased buildings and child care centres is prohibited under By-law 40-20.
On April 15, 2021, the Halton Municipalities and Conservation Halton resumed their 2018 Ontario court case against the proposed Mi...
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