Cold Weather
Programs and Services
Cold Weather Response Plan
KFL&A Public Health uses temperature and wind chill thresholds—predetermined temperatures or wind chill values—to let residents know when the temperature could be harmful. The Cold Weather Response Plan is designed to reduce the health impacts and risks associated with cold weather events. It includes monitoring Environment Canada’s weather forecasts between November 1 and April 1 and notifying the community, health service providers, and the media when thresholds are reached.
Contact Information
Adrienne Hansen-Taugher
Emergency Preparedness
KFL&A Public Health
613-549-1232, ext. 1256
Send e-mail to Adrienne Hansen-Taugher

Page last updated: 2013-Jan-21

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