Heat Waves: Before, During & After
We may think of Canada as the winter capital of the world, but summers can get very hot. A prolonged period of heat can become dangerous for many people.
Prolonged exposure to extreme heat can result in heat-related emergencies, such as heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke. The best way to protect yourself and your family in case of a heat wave is to follow these steps:
- Stay hydrated and cool.
- Check with your neighbours, friends and those at risk.
- Be prepared for power outages, and have an emergency plan in place.
- Check the contents of your emergency kit in case of a power outage.
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