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While we just made it through a very cold February in Ontario, the beginning of the spring thaw is an opportunity to start planning for the summer and the potential for heat-related illnesses.
Extreme heat events are on the rise in Canada and several types of patients are at increased vulnerability to heat-related illnesses, including: older adults; children; and the physically active. Awareness in the spring can help prevent catastrophe in the summer. If you're interested in learning more, join our accredited program.
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