People in Regina, and most of Saskatchewan, are trying to stay out of the sun as heat takes over the province.
It’s been one of the driest Julys on record and Environment Canada has issued heat warnings for most of the province.
980 CJME went out to find out how people in Regina are staying cool.
“I’ve got a kiddie pool set up in the front yard and the dog, the kids, anybody who wants to play stops by and plays in the kiddie pool,” said one man.
“We’re doing lots of spray parks and running through sprinklers and going out to the lake, we’ve been out there doing some boating and swimming,” said Matt Larson.
Another man agreed with going outside during the weather.
“On the lake and on the golf course, I enjoy the heat on the golf course.”
For kids, the popular answer was going out to the pool or spray pads in Regina.
Another man said a “purple Slurpee” was his trick to staying cool.
But for a lot of people, being at work with the air conditioning on was how they were going to be spending their summer days.