Warm up Winnipeg, cold snap prompts invitation from city to head indoors

The City of Winnipeg has invited the public to visit civic facilities if they need a place to stay warm during this week’s extreme weather conditions.The City said Monday that City Hall, Winnipeg libraries, swimming pools and leisure centres are all places that can provide a comfortable spot to warm up during this cold snap.READ MORE: Extreme cold warning: Manitoba to wrap up 2018 with ‘Arctic outbreak’Operating hours of civic facilities – which are closed on New Year’s Day – can be found on the city’s website or by calling 311.WATCH: Five steps: Winnipeg expert’s checklist for winterizing your home