Heat Warning

Cooling Stations Being Set Up For The Public

Baby its hot outside and according to the forecast its only gonna get hotter! Area health units are issuing advisories about the heat and how it can affect your health, especially if the very young and the elderly and people with chronic lung conditions. During a heat wave you are advised to drink plenty of fluids, stay indoors if possible, and keep activity to a minimum. Cooling centers are being set up around the region. If you do not have access to a cool place to rest, may rec centers will be opening their doors to the public for that reason. New Market, Collingwood and Innisfil all have or will have centers set up starting today for the public to make use of. While you are keeping cool, don’t forget your furry friends. Everyone is reminded to leave pets at home unless you are going someplace cool and don’t leave your animals in a locked car.







Collingwood Public Library

55 Ste. Marie Street

Mon to Thurs 10am – 9pm

Friday 10am – 8pm

Saturday 10am – 5pm

Water fountains available

Centennial Aquatic Centre

451 Third Street


Weekdays 7am – 9pm

Water fountains available

Central Park Arena

85 Paterson Street


Weekdays 6:30am – 9pm

Water fountains available

Museum / Station

45 St. Paul’s Street


Daily 9am – 5pm