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Halton Region Offers Best Contacts for Some of Your COVID-19 FAQs

Halton Regional Centre / Halton Regional Council

The Region of Halton has released a few frequently asked COVID-19 related questions it has received and who is the best organization to contact for answers in an effort to better help guide and inform our residents during the difficult and unprecedented time.

Please see the the questions and contact information below that is broken down into Residents; Business/Employee; and Donations and Volunteer inquiries:

FOR RESIDENTS:

QUESTIONSCONTACTACCESS
How do I get assessed or tested for COVID-19?Halton Regionhalton.ca/COVID19
I am a low-income resident who is self-isolating and having difficulty accessing food, who can I contact?Food for Life

 

Halton Region

goodfood@foodforlife.ca

905-635-1106 press 7

accesshalton@halton.ca

311

Where can I get information about financial assistance, Employment Insurance
or OW?
Halton Regionaccesshalton@halton.ca

311

I am an essential worker; how can I register my child for child care?Halton Regionhalton.ca

Fill out an online application

311

Who do I call to report an individual(s) in non-compliance with emergency orders (a non-essential business is open; use of outdoor recreational amenities; social or group gatherings of 5 or more; public places and establishments are still open; and Quarantine Act?)Halton Regional Police ServiceCOVID-19 Hotline
905-825-4722
Complaint about an individual(s) ignoring physical distancing direction?Halton Regional Police ServiceCOVID-19 Hotline
905-825-4722
Who do I call if a business is charging unfair prices for necessary products (price gouging)?Province of Ontario1-800-809-9768

filing a report online

Where do I report an employer that is not keeping employees safe?Ministry of Labour1-877-202-0008

BUSINESS/EMPLOYEE INQUIRIES:

QUESTIONSCONTACTACCESS
Is my business an essential service?Province of OntarioStop the Spread Business Information Line

1-888-444-3659

Where do I report a non-essential business that is open?Halton Regional Police ServiceCOVID-19 Hotline

905-825-4722

Where do I report an employer that is not ensuring employees are safe?Ministry of Labour1-877-2020-0008
I need information on how to keep my employees safe.Halton Regionaccesshalton@halton.ca

311

My business can help the response to COVID-19 with products or in another capacity.Halton Regionaccesshalton@halton.ca

311

I would like to donate and/or manufacture medical supplies, such as PPE.Provincial

 

Federal

Provincial Portal:

http://www.ontario.ca/ontariotogether

Federal Portal:

https://buyandsell.gc.ca/calling-all-suppliers-help-canada-combat-covid-19

My business has products to sell or donate to Halton Region.Halton Regionaccesshalton@halton.ca

311

DONATIONS AND VOLUNTEER INQUIRIES:

QUESTIONSCONTACTACCESS
I am a not-for-profit or charitable organization wanting to provide support to the community at this time.Halton Region311

communityresponse@halton.ca

How can my not-for-profit or charitable organization access funding to support the community?Halton Region311

communityresponse@halton.ca

How can I make a donation to support the community?United Way

COVID-19 Emergency Fund

www.uwhh.ca
I would like to volunteer to assist the community.Community Development Haltonhttps://halton.cioc.ca/volunteer/

 

PLEASE NOTE: To stay updated on what the City of Burlington is doing regarding COVID-19, please visit the dedicated pages burlington.ca/coronavirus (and subscribe) and bit.ly/mayormeedwardCOVID19updates, and our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page — bit.ly/COVID19BurlingtonFAQ that are updated as new information becomes available.

A Burlington COVID-19 Task Force has been created to help support our community through this unprecedented emergency — updates will be provided at burlington.ca/COVID19taskforce.

To report an incident of non-compliance with provincial emergency orders, please contact the Halton Regional Police Service COVID-19 Hotline: 905-825-4722.

HELPFUL RESOURCES & RELATED LINKS:

*Posted by John Bkila, Mayor’s Media and Digital Communications Specialist

 

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