As of September 22, 2021, proof of vaccination will be required in select higher-risk indoor settings, including indoor dining, bars, and gyms. The vaccine certificate system exempts children who are ineligible for vaccines (currently those born in 2010 and later in Ontario) and provides for personal medical exemptions.
Public libraries are not currently included on the list of settings in which proof of vaccination is required. Library guidelines for Step 3, including masks, self-screening, capacity limits and physical distancing, continue to apply. We will continue to monitor developments related to vaccination requirements, including provincial legislation and health unit guidelines, and will provide any updates through our website and social media channels.
See the province’s frequently asked questions for more information.
Print Your Vaccination Receipt
Staff are happy to help you print your vaccine receipt - and we’ll waive the printing fee!
You are welcome to use our public internet stations or wifi to print the receipt yourself, or if you need help, just ask!
- Go to the province’s COVID-19 vaccination page to book your appointment or access your vaccine receipt. If you received your vaccination receipt through email, skip to step 3.
- Verify your identity and complete the form – you’ll need your green photo health card (OHIP)
- Download your receipt onto your smartphone, tablet, home computer or public computer at the library (the library has free Wi-Fi if you are using your own device)
- Print from a public computer at the library or print wirelessly from your device or home computer
- Let the library staff know that you are printing a vaccination receipt and they will waive the fee
- You can have your vaccination receipts laminated in the MakerSpace for $1.00. You may need to wait up to 24 hours for lamination.
Book your vaccine appointment
Our staff can also help you book your vaccination appointment! Visit us in-person or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-271-0220 if you have any questions.