COVID-19 Resources

Stay informed and updated with free support from these COVID-19 resources.


Visit our COVID-19 self-assessment webpage if you think you have symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has it.



Visit our COVID-19 self-assessment webpage if you think you have symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has it.



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What you need to know about text messages from the Government of Canada during COVID-19

Canadians in need of emergency consular assistance from anywhere in the world can call the 24/7 Emergency Watch and Response Centre in Ottawa at +1 613-996-8885 (collect calls are accepted where available) or email

  • Canada’s telecommunications carriers have robust networks and network management capabilities for dealing with periods of congestion.

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The Sesheme Foundation is here for you during COVID-19

We want to stay in touch with you as best we can during the building closure, and want to make sure we can help you get the support you need.

If you’re interested in more information about resources and support for COVID-19, please email or call us at 416-358-2882.


COIVD-19 Update: Declaration of emergency

In response to the alarming rise of covid 19 cases, a declaration of emergency was made on January 12, 2021 for all of Ontario.

This decision was made in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health and other health experts.

The declaration of emergency allows the government to:

  • strengthen public health and workplace safety measures
  • create and enforce emergency orders

The purpose is to help:

  • keep people at home as much as possible and save lives
  • stop the spread of covid 19 in communities
  • prevent the hospital system from becoming overwhelmed
  • protect vulnerable populations and those who care for them

The results of the enhanced public health measures will be evaluated throughout the provincial emergency to determine when it is safe to lift any restrictions, or if they need to be extended.


Find out more here.


Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that can cause illnesses ranging from the common cold to more serious respiratory infections like bronchitis, pneumonia or severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).

Coronaviruses are spread mainly from person to person through close contact, for example, in a household, workplace or health care centre.

Some human coronaviruses spread easily between people, while others do not.

Your risk of severe disease may be higher if you have a weakened immune system. This may be the case for:

  • older people
  • people with chronic disease (for example, diabetes, cancer, heart, renal or chronic lung disease)
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