The city has opened warming centres on an emergency basis for those who lost power in the ice storm:

Dennis R. Timbrell Resource Centre

29 St Dennis Dr., Toronto

416-395-7972

Malvern Community Centre

30 Sewells Rd.,Scarborough

416-396-4054

Agincourt Recreation Centre

31 Glen Watford Dr.,Toronto

416-396-4037

Driftwood Community Recreation Centre

4401 Jane St., Toronto

416-395-5560

Joseph J. Piccininni Community Centre

1369 St Clair Ave. W., Toronto

416-392-0036

Mitchell Field Community Centre

89 Church Ave., North York

416-395-6055

Franklin Horner Community Centre

432 Horner Ave., Etobicoke

416-252-6822

2 Civic Centre Court

Near Etobicoke Civic Centre

Matty Eckler Community Centre

953 Gerrard St. E.

416-392-0750

Lawrence Heights Community Centre

5 Replin Rd, Toronto

416-395-6118

Pleasant View Community Centre

545 Van Horne Ave, North York

416-395-6006

Armour Heights Community Centre

2140 Avenue Rd, Toronto

416-603-2422

East York Collegiate Institute

650 Cosburn Ave, Toronto

416-396-2355

East York Civic Centre

850 Coxwell Ave, Toronto

416-778-2000

In addition, the following 13 Toronto Police Service buildings have opened community rooms to be used as warming centres: 

  • 11 Division, 2054 Davenport Road 
  • 12 Division, 200 Trethewey Drive 
  • 14 Division, 350 Dovercourt Road 
  • 22 Division, 3699 Bloor Street West 
  • 23 Division, 5230 Finch Avenue West 
  • 31 Division, 40 Norfinch Drive 
  • 33 Division, 50 Upjohn Road 
  • 42 Division, 242 Milner Avenue 
  • 51 Division, 51 Parliament Street 
  • 52 Division, 255 Dundas Street West 
  • Toronto Police College, 70 Birmingham Street 
  • Toronto Police Service headquarters, 40 College Street