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If your child’s shots aren’t up-to-date (or you haven’t reported the shots to us), your child could be suspended from school.  Image of the immunization postcard sent to homes in the fall of 2013

You can report immunizations your child has received in four ways:

If you have questions about the postcard or your child’s immunization status, call a 1-800-265-7293 ext. 4749.

Support and encouragement help new moms succeed in breastfeeding. During World Breastfeeding Week, October 1-7, we’re celebrating that Two women breastfeeding in a parksupport. Read stories from women who found the support they needed to reach their personal breastfeeding goals.

Did you receive breastfeeding support?

If so, tell us who provided that support and how. You could win one of three $50 gift cards. Your story could be featured on our website (but only if you want it to).

To enter, submit your story using our online form

Find breastfeeding support in your area

Cholera outbreaks continue in Cuba, Dominican Republic, and Haiti. If you’re planning to travel to any of these places, get more information on the Government of Canada’s Travel Health website.

The vaccine for cholera is a drink called Dukoral. You can buy Dukoral from us by booking a travel clinic appointment. It may also be available at some pharmacies.

Visit the Dukoral website to learn more.

Our offices and clinics will be closed on Monday for the Labour Day holiday. Regular services resume Tuesday, September 3.

 

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