The City of Toronto activates Warming Centres when an Extreme Cold Weather Alert is issued by Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health based on information from Environment and Climate Change Canada. Learn more about Extreme Cold Weather Alerts.  There are four Warming Centres being offered this year as part of the City’s 2020/2021 winter services plan for those experiencing homelessness. Get a list of locations and learn more about the winter plan.

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cots in the scarborough civic centre warming centre. Each bed has a blanket.
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table of snacks, juice and hot water
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birds-eye view of beds in the scarboough civic centre rotunda
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close up of a cot with a folded blanket
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sign that points to the warming centre. outside the civic centre
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sign that points to the warming centre entrance
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blue table with City staff member who welcomes those who need the warming cenre
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