Cold weather shelter beds now available

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With cold weather approaching the province is funding 28 additional safe, warm shelter beds in Kamloops this winter. The overnight spaces will be available for people in need of temporary shelter when a winter weather alert is activated by the city. The beds are in addition to the more than 46 permanent, year-round shelter beds already available in the city. Overall, the province is providing more than 12 hundred extreme weather spaces in approximately 70 communities this winter.

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