- Did you give birth or was your child born in Ontario between April 2010 and May 2023?
- Did you receive pregnancy care in Ontario between January 2012 and May 2023?
- Did you have in-vitro fertilization or egg banking in Ontario between January 2013 and May 2023?
If you answered YES to any of the questions above, the following personal information of yours, or your child, may have been included in the privacy breach:
- Postal code
- Date of birth
- Health card number (with no version code)
The affected data does not include any banking or financial information such as credit card numbers, social insurance numbers, health card version, expiry or security codes, or patient email addresses.
Depending on the type of care you received, the following clinical information was also included in the breach:
- Dates of service/care,
- Lab test results,
- Pregnancy risk factors,
- Type of birth,
- Pregnancy and birth outcomes (e.g., live birth, still birth, complications, diagnoses) associated with episodes of care you or your child may have received.
If you answered “no” to all the questions above, there is still a very small chance that your child’s information was impacted by this incident if they received certain types of care between January 2010 and May 2023. Please refer to the “Am I Impacted” tab for a list of care types and providers/facilities that shared data impacted by this incident.
In total, files included the personal health information of approximately 3.4 million people: 1.4 million individuals seeking prenatal or pregnancy care and 1.9 million newborns and children. For more information on the categories of care episodes affected and affected date ranges, please see the “Am I Impacted” tab.
At this time, there is no evidence to suggest that any of the data involved in this incident has been misused.