City of Toronto opens warming centres beginning Monday evening

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The City of Toronto says it will be opening its warming centres Monday night for those experiencing homelessness.

Four warming centres will be open beginning at 7 p.m. to “give those who are vulnerable and may be experiencing homelessness a safe, warm indoor place,” the City said in a release Monday.

Residents will have access to food, washrooms and referrals to emergency shelter.

The four warming centre locations are:

129 Peter St.
5800 Yonge St.
The Better Living Centre at Exhibition Place – 195 Princes’ Blvd.
The Scarborough Civic Centre — 150 Borough Dr.

There will be around 350 spaces available and beds are there for both single individuals and couples.

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