As temperatures increase, there are some ways to stay cool, comfortable and safe
From raging wildfires to intense heat waves here in Saskatchewan, the effects of climate change are on full display this summer. These weather patterns reflect what some climate experts have predicted for years -- temperatures in the high 30s and even 40s becoming the norm. Extreme heat and poor air quality is also creating concerns about public health. To talk about how to recognize and deal with dangerous heat, we've reached Dr. Joe Vipond. He's president of the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment and he joined us on the show today.