The Medical Officer of Health for the City of Hamilton is issuing a Cold Weather Alert effective the evening hours of January 19, 2019. A Cold Weather Alert is issued when current or anticipated weather conditions are at or below minus 15 degrees Celsius or minus 20 with a wind chill.
This alert will remain in effect until a cancellation notice is issued.
Exposure to cold weather can be harmful to your health. Wind always makes it feel colder and increases the risk of frostbite and hypothermia. During extreme cold weather conditions, please call, visit, or check on vulnerable family, friends, and neighbours.
The City of Hamilton has notified community agencies who work with people that are vulnerable and experiencing homelessness. Each of those agencies, including Salvation Army, will implement their policies and procedures with regards to cold weather. City of Hamilton Recreation Centres are available during regular hours for those who need to keep warm and the MacNab Transit Terminal will stay open until HSR service ends. Learn more about Hamilton’s Community Cold Response.
Members of the public can report the location of a person in need of shelter to the Salvation Army at 905-527-1444 Ext. 0.
Monday, January 14, 2019 - 8:30am
We strive to offer the books, music and entertainment that you’re requesting, however some titles are not available to Canadian libraries, or are prohibitively expensive for Library purchase. Libraries have joined forces to ensure equitable and unlimited access for all. Visit eContentForLibraries.org to support our common efforts.
Thursday, January 3, 2019 - 4:45pm
As of January 1, 2019, the Hamilton Public LIbrary will no longer offer the Hoopla collection. Other streaming and downloadable content are still available via other online platforms. Check out our Digital Media page.