Canadore's Response to Coronavirus

Information and updates regarding Canadore's response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus

This page is the primary resource for everyone at Canadore College for information regarding our response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Updates to this page are made frequently. Please continue to check back for the latest information.

In an effort to keep our campus community informed, please see our Frequently Asked Questions from Canadore College About CoronavirusWe will continue to provide updates on this website as more information becomes available.
If you are an International Student, please see our Frequently Asked Questions for International Students

The North Bay-Parry Sound District Health Unit is responsible for reporting a list of confirmed positive cases in our area.  They have created a new dedicated webpage to provide information on the current status which can be accessed here COVID-19 Cases page.  

The Health Unit anticipated there would be a positive test for COVID-19 within our area. They, along with Canadore College, have been implementing and communicating the public health recommendations to slow the spread. It is imperative that we help reduce the spread of COVID-19 by practicing physical distancing, adhering to the self-isolation requirements, and using proper hygiene techniques. The Health Unit continues to advise that Canadians who are 65 and over, who have weakened immune systems and underlying medical conditions are at an increased risk of more severe outcomes from COVID-19.

The best way to protect yourself is through prevention.

Physical distancing, or staying two metres (six feet) apart from the people around you, helps to prevent or control the spread of COVID-19. This is important so a large number of people do not get sick at the same time. It does not mean you must stay in your home. You can still go outside to take a walk, or walk your dog. If you need groceries, you can go to the store. It is recommended that while outside you make sure to maintain a distance of two metres (six feet) from people around you.

Self-isolation means staying indoors and avoiding contact with other people. If you have travelled outside of Canada within the past 14 days you will need to self-isolate. Public Health has further instructions to self-isolate if you have symptoms such as fever, cough and shortness of breath, before you get tested for coronavirus and while you wait for the test results, and if you have a positive test result for the coronavirus.  For more information please refer to the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit

Continue to implement preventative hygiene practices:

  • Regular handwashing, or using our many available hand sanitizer stations;
  • Practicing proper sneeze and cough etiquette;
  • Staying home if you are sick or experiencing flu-like symptoms; and
  • Implement Physical Distancing and Self-Isolation as required. 

For more information, please consult these public websites which are routinely being updated.

Important Documents

COVID-19 Campus Access Protocol - Fall 2021

Physical distancing and Social Responsibility - Preventing the spread of COVID-19 is Everyone’s Responsibility

Student and Staff Training

Safe App Instructions

Vaccination FAQa

Vaccine Attestation and Exemption Protocol

Policy and Campus Access

Continuity Plan