No break with the heat: Toronto’s scorching weather will go on for days

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  • Anjeli Kruytbosch receives a push down Riverdale Hill from Aditi Raina as she tries her hand at the grass sled on a sweaty Sunday.
  • On Friday, a two-seater bike circles the fountain of Center Island, while the islands reopen to the public in the middle of a torrid period of time.

Environment Canada has extended its heat warning for Toronto, saying the scorching temperatures are expected to remain in the coming week.

The agency initially warned that daytime temperatures between Thursday and Sunday July 5 would be between 31 C and 33 C.

The agency is now warning that these temperatures are expected to continue next week and for the “foreseeable future”.

Environment Canada also said on Sunday that nighttime temperatures will vary between 20 ° C and 22 ° C over the next few days and “will hardly relieve the heat.”

“The extreme heat affects everyone,” said the agency. “The risks are greatest for young children, pregnant women, the elderly, people with chronic illnesses and people working or exercising outdoors.”

The City of Toronto said 15 of its emergency cooling centers opened Thursday and will remain open for the duration of the heat warning.

Even though many residents flock to beaches and parks to enjoy the warm weather and soak up the sun, the city has warned people to follow provincial bylaws and regulations.

“When visiting a beach or a park, residents must practice physical distance and avoid congestion. Provincial ordinances restricting gatherings of more than 10 people who are not members of the same household remain in effect, “said a spokesperson.

Residents are also reminded that it is forbidden to drink alcohol outdoors in parks or beaches. The city will enforce the law and people caught drinking outside face fines of up to $ 300.

Some people do not obey the laws. On Saturday, the city received 69 park-related complaints and issued three tickets. (These were not related to outside drinking.)

Since July 1, the city has educated nearly 1,900 people about alcohol laws and other ordinances.

In another development related to COVID compliance, on Saturday evening, Toronto police asked the public for help in a mischief investigation.

On June 18, police responded to reports that a man was trying to enter a TTC bus despite the COVID-19 capacity rules at Don Mills Road and Sheppard Avenue East. He got involved in an argument with the driver, walked away from the bus, and ended up breaking one of the front windows with his hand.

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