Ontario schools are taking action and ensuring students are properly immunized. A total of 6,129 Ontario students will now be getting suspension notices from school because they are not vaccinated. These suspensions will be handed out to students in the Waterloo area of Ontario.\nREAD ALSO: BC Minister Of Education Says Mandatory Vaccines Are Not An Option, Even Though It Already Is In 2 Other Provinces\nWaterloo Public Health officials told CBC News that they will soon be giving out 6,129 suspension orders. In order to avoid their kids getting suspended, the parents of these Ontario students will need to show proof that their kids have been immunized by March 26th. The only other way to avoid suspension is if there is a valid reason for exemption, according to CBC News.\nREAD ALSO: Many Torontonians In An Uproar Over New Anti-Vaccine Billboards In The GTA\nThese suspensions are not necessarily short in length. CBC News reports that they could be for as long as 20 days, meaning students could be suspended for up to four weeks of school. The Region of Waterloo Public Health had already sent out notices to parents prior to the suspension notices about getting their kids vaccinated.\nREAD ALSO: Tim Hortons Just Opened Its First Restaurant In China And The Menu Is Unrecognizable\nAccording to CBC News, last fall in 2018, officials had already sent a total of 9,595 notices to parents in the region of Waterloo whose kids did not have updated vaccination records.\nThis isn't the first time that thousands of students in Waterloo have been suspended over their vaccination. According to CBC News, over 4,000 elementary students in the region were also facing suspension because of immunization records back in March 2017.\nA recent measles outbreak in BC has been a health scare for many Canadians and prompted more people to get vaccinated. The measles in BC has now spread to Edmonton, Alberta as well, and a new case in the Northwest Territories was just confirmed a few days ago.\nREAD ALSO: A&W Unveils New Beyond Meat Breakfast Sandwich Across Canada\nREAD ALSO: Victoria's Secret Closing Down 53 Stores Across North America As Sales Decline\nYoung Canadians have even been going to get vaccinated in the midst of the BC measles outbreak, against their parent's wishes. Dr. Theresa Tam, who is Canada's chief health officer, has spoken up on this and said, "I don't think it's too late ever to get your measles immunization up to date."