Information in French in the regions served by Entity 3: Toronto, Peel, Halton, Dufferin and Caledon.
There is a lot of false information on the Internet. Make sure you choose credible sources.
Dr. Samantha Hill, a cardiac surgeon and President of the Ontario Medical Association, will address the audience in French.
Unscrupulous individuals want to sell you products to protect you from the virus or offer you treatments to cure it. There is currently no scientific demonstration of these approaches.
Controlling COVID-19 requires additional human resources. Retired and internationally trained professionals are encouraged to visit the pages below:
Health Human Resources Matching Portal
To get the latest information for Ontario, click on the word Translate at the bottom of the page and choose the language of your choice (French or other).
Go to the bottom of the page, then click on Translate, to get the info in French.
Seniors’ Support Line 1-877-621-2077 – choose the French option – available from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday
Telephone and online referral services – covering Peel, Toronto and York-Simcoe regions
Centre francophone du Grand Toronto
Heritage Drop-In Centres
Peel Public Health
Credit Valley Family Health Team – Mississauga
Halton Public Health
Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health
The latest information for the province. You can do a coronavirus self-assessment (Covid-19)
The latest information for the province
Mental health resources, financial support and more – information compiled by the Government of Ontario
Resources and webinar schedule
Mental health support is available free of charge as part of the pandemic; for French-speaking psychologists in your area, use the form on the site (Find a psychologist).
Ontario Telemedicine Network
Addiction and Mental Health Evidence Exchange Network (the EENet team)
Volunteering during the pandemic
For people with #mentalhealth problems or addictions: don’t hesitate to ask for help. Know that help is always available and that CMHA is there to provide programs and services
The latest information in the country
Considerations for using homemade masks to protect yourself from COVID-19. Notice to the public and health professionals
Resources for mental wellness during the pandemic (pdf)
The latest information from around the world
CBC’s public broadcasting program (available online) that sorts out the true from the false of popular information about COVID-19.
A tool that introduces vocabulary for those responsible for disseminating information in the context of the pandemic (Living document). Termium Plus.
Prepared pro bono by local artist and author, Mélanie Guillaume – NOTE: this is not an official government document, but it contains good advice and many tips.