One Ontario city is using our Canadian roots to help vaccinate more people. \nSouthlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket transformed a hockey arena into a vaccination centre this week. \nEditor's Choice: Ontario Reported Over 4,000 New Cases Today & Ford Says Pfizer Vaccines Are Running Out\n\nThis arena looks quiet now, but today nearly 700 people were vaccinated here by 50+ staff from @SouthlakeRHC @StevensonHosp @MSHospital @YorkParamedics pic.twitter.com/gWkOR02Ct9— Southlake (@SouthlakeRHC) January 7, 2021\n\nAccording to a tweet, they were able to vaccinate around 700 people on Wednesday. \nAround 50 staff members, including York Paramedics, were on-site to help administer the doses. \nChristine Elliott, Ontario's minister of health, also stepped forward to praise the "incredible initiative" via Twitter.\n"You make our #Newmarket and #Aurora communities so proud," she stated. \nCurrently, health care workers are amongst the first to get vaccinated under the province's rollout plan.\nPhase two is set to begin this spring where essential works such as farmers, police officers and teachers may be eligible.