Dear Community Members,
We are going through difficult times and facing an unprecedented and a highly uncertain situation. All Canadians have a duty to practice the measures advised by Public Health Canada and our medical professionals who are sparing no effort to keep us safe and healthy!
However, let us not forget those who are often the most in need. Families that have lost jobs, our seniors and the most vulnerable in our community.
For this reason, the ANCC affiliate Armenian Community Centre’s across Canada have taken emergency measures to help anyone that might require assistance from the community and the general public.
Kindly find below all the necessary information that you will need to contact your local community centre, should you or a family member need urgent assistance. Please also refer to the links below for more information and constant updates on what the government is doing to keep you and your family safe during these difficult times.
PLEASE NOTE, THAT WHILE EMERGENCY HELPLINES ARE OPERATING, COMMUNITY CENTRES, CHURCHES, SCHOOLS AND OTHER COMMUNITY ETABLISHMENTS REMAIN CLOSED FOR THE TIME BEING. ALSO, ALL EVENTS FOR THE FORSEEABLE FUTURE ARE EITHER CANCELLED OR POSTPONED. REFER TO YOUR LOCAL ACC’s SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS FOR UPDATES ON EVENTS.
Emergency Helpline: (438) 738-9267
Emergency Helpline: (514) 887-1890
Emergency Helpline: (416) 491-2900 ext. 3202
Emergency Helpline: (519) 362-9237
Emergency Helpline: (905) 682-6178
Emergency Helpline: (905) 961-2301
Emergency Helpline: (226) 260-5416
Emergency Helpline: (604) 240-5490, (604) 657-0151, (778) 228-1233, (604) 817-8227, (778) 877-4066 or (778) 317-5731
Government of Canada (GoC) COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment Tool:
GoC COVID-19 Outbreak Update:
GoC Registry of Canadians Abroad:
GoC COVID-19 Economic Response Plan (Financial Help for Individuals and Businesses):
GoC COVID-19 Awareness Resources:
Government of Quebec COVID-19 Updates and Help:
Government of Ontario COVID-19 Updates and Help:
Government of BC COVID-19 Updates and Help:
STAY STRONG… STAY SAFE,