Several options in Regina to beat the heat

With some extreme heat hitting Regina over the next few days, the City wants to let people know of places where they can keep cool, stay hydrated and stay safe.

There are numerous places that can assist with you in efforts to cool down

City buses also provide a safe and cool place for anyone who needs immediate shelter or emergency services. If the heat is getting to you, flag down one of our Regina Transit buses and our friendly operators will help you out.

Extreme heat is a health risk. It is important to be aware of symptoms that may indicate you or someone else is experiencing heat exhaustion or another heat-related illness. Symptoms may include:

  • dizziness or fainting
  • nausea or vomiting
  • headache
  • heat rash
  • muscle cramps
  • rapid breathing and heartbeat
  • extreme thirst

Residents are also encouraged to check in on loved ones and neighbours to ensure they are doing well and not experiencing heat-related illness. Call HealthLine 811 for advice on health risks, symptoms and precautions associated with heat.



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