For Frontline WOrkers

Discounted Food & Drink

  • McDonalds – Medium McCafé Premium Roast Coffee or Tea is on us. Available in drive-thru at participating restaurants in Canada.
  • Starbucks – Until May 3, any customer who identifies as a front-line responder to the COVID-19 outbreak will receive a tall brewed coffee (hot or iced) at no charge. 
  • Tim Horton’s – Coffee trucks will be out serving free coffee to those serving communities across Canada. Email to request: THsocial@timhortons.com
  • Bar Burrito @ Preston Crossing Location  offering 50% off to healthcare workers and first responders all day, every day and 1 free burrito or bowl on Saturdays.

     

Priority Access

  • Shopper’s Drug Mart: Priority access for Frontline Healthcare workers. This includes entrance to the store, pharmacy drop off and pick up and at our front cash, with identification of your role. Thank you for all that you’re doing. View>
  • Costco: Costco is temporarily allowing priority access to our warehouses for Costco members who are healthcare workers and first responders such as police officers, EMTs and firefighters. Healthcare workers and first responders who present a Costco membership card and official identification of their role, will be allowed to move to the front of any line to enter the warehouse.

Other

  • Airbnb – Fees waived for first 100,000 bookings for frontline workers. View>
  • Free crocs for Healthcare workers: View>
  • Free supplements – CanPrev and sister brands Innovite and Orange Naturals have put together a care kit for healthcare frontline workers to help during these times. View>
  • Text FRONTLINE to 741741 to reach a Crisis Responder for free, 24/7 mental health support for any frontline worker, through Kids Help Phone.

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Disclaimer

As we move into new phases of the pandemic response, we no longer have the capacity to maintain this online resource. While we will continue to add as information becomes available, please note that what is found here may be outdated. If you have updated information on resources found here, please share with us through the form on this site.