In the province of Ontario, Pharmacists are certified to administer flu shots to children 5 years old and over.


Vaccinations are not recommended for children less than 6 months of age because their immune systems are too immature for the vaccine to work properly.


People who have an egg or chicken protein allergy, an allergy to any of the ingredients of the vaccine (e.g., formaldehyde, gentamicin), a history of allergic reactions to the flu vaccine, or an acute illness should not receive the vaccine.

Just bring your health card and come for a flushot!

free flushot at chancellors way pharmacy
free flushot at chancellors way pharmacy

The most effective way to decrease complications and reduce the impact of the flu is to get a preventative vaccine shot!


Minimum waiting time guaranteed!

The North American vaccine is developed each year to work against three strains of influenza virus, based on trends seen in the Southern Hemisphere. The best time for vaccination is early October to mid-November.Anyone who is in contact with high-risk populations (including health care workers) should also receive the vaccine. 

People who are not part of the high-risk groups but just want to avoid the flu can also get vaccinated. If you are currently sick with a low-grade fever, experts suggest that you should wait until you are better before you get the vaccine. If you do not have a fever, you do not have to wait.

No Appointment Needed

No appointment needed. Simply walk in.

Licensed Professionals

Take your valid health card with you!

Cost Effective

It is a free service.