EllisDon COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic - We Are Booked - Join our Will Call List

As of Thursday, May 20th, we are fully booked for appointments for our COVID-19 Vaccination Pop-Up Clinic. If you’re looking to get a vaccine, please check our Will Call List: or our Booking Link for cancellations:

The clinic is open to anyone 12 years of age or older for first vaccination only. A parent or guardian must accompany anyone 12 to 15 years of age, to provide consent. The clinic is open for three additional days, and will run from Wednesday, May 19th to Saturday, May 29th, on weekdays 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and weekends, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., including the Victoria Day long weekend. No walk-ins will be accepted, appointment only. For inquiries, please contact edvaccineclinic@ellisdon.comFor any questions, please refer to our FAQ sheet below:VACCINATION CLINIC FAQ
CLINIC DETAILSWe are excited to announce that EllisDon, in partnership with Flynn, Modern Niagara and Central Ontario Building Trades (COBT), will be hosting a COVID-19 Vaccination Pop-Up Clinic by appointment only, at the Mississauga headquarters office building located at 1004 Middlegate Rd #1000, Mississauga, ON.

When does the clinic start and where is it?

The clinic will start on Wednesday, May 19th at 1 p.m. at EllisDon’s Mississauga headquarters located at 1004 Middlegate Rd #1000, Mississauga, ON. The exact location will be in the main floor entrance (galleria) of the building.

What are the time slots for appointments?

The timing for appointments will be weekdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and weekends from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., including the Victoria Day long weekend. The clinic will run from Wednesday, May 19th to Saturday, May 29th.

I read that the clinic was ending May 26th, but I was able to book an appointment for May 27th, 28th or 29th. Is my appointment valid?

The clinic dates were recently expanded and the clinic now runs until May 29th. All confirmed bookings up to May 29th are valid.

Will the clinic be opened during the Victoria Day long weekend holiday on Monday, May 24th?

Yes, the clinic will run on Monday, May 24th as well as the weekend including Saturday, May 22, and Sunday, May 23 from 9am-5pm.

Is there free parking on site?

Yes, there is free parking in the west parking lot.

Will I have to wear a mask when getting my vaccine?

Upon entering the building, each person will be required to wear a mask while participating in the vaccination clinic, during all steps (registration, while getting the vaccine, and while exiting). There will also be a health screening questionnaire to complete.ELIGIBILITY

Who is eligible for the vaccination clinic?

This clinic is open to all construction workers, industry partners, extended families and community who are 12 years of age and older (at the time of vaccination, NOT the calendar year). This includes all Ontario regions. For those aged 12-15, a parent or legal guardian must be present.

If I already have one shot of the COVID-19 vaccine, can I get my second shot at the clinic?

Unfortunately, this clinic is for first shots only. This is a Peel Region requirement. The intent to ensure as many people as possible receive their first shot asap. If anything changes, we will communicate this.

I already had an AstraZeneca shot but there is uncertainty surrounding my second shot. Can I take my first shot again at this clinic?

Unfortunately, this clinic will be for first shots only so you would not be eligible to receive a shot through this popup clinic. BOOKING & RECORDS

How can I book my shot?

WE ARE FULLY BOOKED. To check for cancellations, here is the link to book an appointment: sign up for the Will Call (standby) List, click here:

How do I cancel my appointment?

Check your email confirmation and click on the “cancel appointment” link. Alternatively, you can email, noting your name and appointment time to request cancellation.

If I get my first shot at the EllisDon clinic, will I get my second shot there too?

Yes, EllisDon will be conducting a second clinic for second doses. The dates of the second clinic are to be determined and those who had their first dose at the clinic will be contacted.

Do I need my OHIP card to get the vaccine?

Identification is required, if you don’t have your OHIP (health) card you can bring a driver’s license or passport for identification.

What record will I receive after getting the vaccine?

You will be provided with a paper print out receipt as well as an electronic record via email from the Ontario Ministry of Health. Please check your spam/junk folder if you did not receive it.VACCINE DETAILS

What vaccine will I be receiving?

Peel Region has advised us that the vaccine administered will be Pfizer.

Who will administer the vaccine?

We have engaged a team of registered nurses to administer all vaccines onsite who have received specific and additional training to administer this vaccine.

What if I have a bad reaction?

EllisDon will have paramedics on-site for medical assistance.

How will you keep the vaccines that need to be cold at the proper temperature?

Labworks International has generously donated the use of a laboratory-grade fridge to keep the vaccine at the required temperature prior to being administered. The fridge is verified, certified and inspected by the Ministry of Health in order to be safe to use.PRIVACY

Where does my information go when I schedule and register for my vaccination and how do I know my information is safe and kept private?

We are using two different systems for our vaccination clinic. One for booking your vaccination and one for recording your vaccination with Ontario Heath. For the booking system, we are using a third party platform and only limited people that are supporting the scheduling will have access to this system. For the official health record, we are using the Ontario Health COVax system that is supplied by the Region of Peel. Your vaccination details will be entered into this system, and you will get a printout of your vaccination upon checkout. No EllisDon or member company sponsoring this clinic will have access to this system. A third party health professional team of COVax trained users will be the only people entering and having access to your personal information. This information is collected via IPads and put into the Ontario Health System through a web interface with no access to our intranet or wifi.OTHER

Why is EllisDon creating its own vaccination clinic?

As Construction is an essential service and many of our work locations are in communities with a high community spread, or located in a hotspot, EllisDon wants to support the process of getting their employees, workers and their families vaccinated to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Are these vaccines taking away from higher-risk populations who need them?

As of May 24th, every adult in Ontario will be able to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment through the provincial portal. Our clinic falls within the timeframe for Ontarians full eligibility and by creating our own clinic we are alleviating vaccine time slots for other people at other locations that our employees would be looking to fill as well.

How did EllisDon get approved to host a vaccination clinic?

The process to get approved and host a vaccination clinic is quite complex as both the Province and the local Public Health Unit (PHU) must approve the clinic. Their current focus for mass vaccination clinics is in areas of hotspots and high community spread and EllisDon falls under both categories.

How many vaccines will be administered during the clinic?

In a 10 day period, we are aiming to administer 10,000 - 15,000 doses.Any other questions: Please email