Updated: Vaccination Clinic Information

PQWCHC supports the multiple vaccination efforts taking place across the City of Toronto.   If you need help with booking a vaccine appointment, please call 416-537-2455, ext. 1265. PQWCHC hosts a regular vaccine clinic at our 168 Bathurst location every Tuesday from 2-4 pm.  Please call in advance to register. If you have received your …

Virtual Services Experience Survey

Thank you for taking the time to fill out this survey. We are planning a gradual return to greater in-person service and program offerings and are looking for feedback from clients in this process. This survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.  You can access the survey by clicking the link below, or scanning …

Statement on 215 Indigenous Children found buried at Kamloops Indian Residential School

We join Indigenous Peoples across Canada as we collectively grieve the lives of 215 children found on the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School. We call upon the Canadian government to take swift action towards fully implementing the recommendations in the 2015 Truth and Reconciliation Commission report. We join in solidarity with demands …

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

In partnership with Ontario Health and community agencies, Toronto Public Library is hosting vaccination clinics at three library branches on Saturday, May 22 and Sunday, May 23. What you need to know at all locations Walk-ins are welcome and no appointment is required. Vaccines will be offered to anyone currently meeting eligibility criteria (18+), and living in select postal codes …

Hiraeth Photo Project

Hiraeth will be on display outside of Parkdale Community Health Centre in the parkette area on Sunday May 16th. We welcome socially distanced viewings. Facilitated by Amy Muli, Community Health Worker, Photography by Maria Vassiliou, Global Shapers   Hiraeth was conceived from a project opportunity that was offered to PQWCHC by the organization, Global shapers. …

Anti-Asian Racism Video

Melissa Grelo and Elaine Lui, the co-hosts of CTV’s The Social, created a video about Anti-Asian racism during COVID, in support of the work by the Chinese Canadian National Council for Social Justice.  This video, which features many different Asian Canadians from all walks of life (including Yuta Watanabe from the Raptors and Canadian figure …