Warming centres open around Toronto during the ice storm

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

Food, heat and power available at community centres

Warming centres have been set up at various community centres around the city, in the wake of the ice storm that struck Toronto over the weekend. (David Donnelly/CBC)

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


Malvern Community Centre

30 Sewells Rd.,Scarborough


Agincourt Recreation Centre

31 Glen Watford Dr.,Toronto


Driftwood Community Recreation Centre

4401 Jane St., Toronto


Joseph J. Piccininni Community Centre

1369 St Clair Ave. W., Toronto


Mitchell Field Community Centre

89 Church Ave., North York


Franklin Horner Community Centre

432 Horner Ave., Etobicoke


2 Civic Centre Court

Near Etobicoke Civic Centre

Matty Eckler Community Centre

953 Gerrard St. E.


Lawrence Heights Community Centre

5 Replin Rd, Toronto


Pleasant View Community Centre

545 Van Horne Ave, North York


Armour Heights Community Centre

2140 Avenue Rd, Toronto


East York Collegiate Institute

650 Cosburn Ave, Toronto


East York Civic Centre

850 Coxwell Ave, Toronto


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