Need to cool down? Find the cool space closest to you. Search by address, nearest intersection or view the interactive map.

 

Hot weather can put your health at risk. Heat-related illness includes heat stroke, heatĀ  exhaustion, heat fainting, heat rash and muscle cramps. Finding and spending time in a cool space can help protect against the effects of hot weather.

 

Beat the Heat

Tips on how to stay cool and prevent heat-related illness.

Cool Spaces Near You

Interactive map to quickly locate an air-conditioned public space near you.

Heat & Car Safety

Find out how rising temperatures inside a car can be dangerous for children.

Help Pets Beat the Heat

Follow these tips to keep your pet safe and cool during hot weather.

Hot Weather Plan for Landlords

Create a hot weather plan for your building to protect your tenants from extreme heat.

Additional Resources

More information about heat and health. Protect yourself, your clients and your loved ones.

Hot Weather Response

Be informed about heat warnings and access resources from Environment & Climate Change Canada.

Expanded Heat Relief Network

Starting summer 2019, rather than providing a separate service of seven Cooling Centres operated by the City, residents will be able to access cool spaces through the Heat Relief Network.

If you do not have access to air conditioning, cool down by visiting one of approximately 270 locations throughout the city. Participating organizations include community centres, libraries, civic centres, YMCA centres and some mall locations. You can also consider visiting one of the City’s pools, which may have extended hours depending on weather conditions.

Spending time in a cooler environment during extremely hot weather lowers the core body temperature and helpsĀ to protect against heat-related illness.

The City is continually working with local organizations to expand this network.

Additionally, access to cooling for people who are experiencing homelessness will be integrated into pre-existing services that already serve vulnerable populations such as shelters, drop-ins and respite centres.