Situation Room Archive

As Toronto suffers through the longest heat wave in years, Project Water is doing its part to make sure that no one dies of dehydration.
A look at what people are doing to keep cool as Toronto is faced with sweltering temperatures for the third day in a row.
Dozens of volunteers face day 3 of an extreme heat alert to hand out over 200,000 bottles of water to the city's most vulnerable population.
Volunteers line The Bargains Group parking lot to distribute over 200,000 bottles of water, ensuring that the homeless on our streets do not die of dehydration.
Volunteers distribute water to front-line relief agencies who will then put the bottles into the hands of the homeless when they are most in need of the life saving necessity.
A brigade of volunteers lined the parking lot of The Bargains Group on July 7, in support of Project Water's 11th annual relief effort to combat dehydration among the homeless.
Founded in the year 2000 by Jody Steinhauer, President of The Bargains Group, Project Water was born in response to the inexcusable fact that more homeless people die from dehydration in the summer months than from exposure in the winter.
Nestlé Waters Canada donates $35,000 worth of bottled water to Project Water, a volunteer organization that distributes bottled water to those living on Greater Toronto Area streets who suffer from dehydration during the Summer months.
Host of Project Water, Scott Fox encourages everyone to stop by 890 Caledonia Road where they can enter to win a 2010 Toyota Rav4 Sport.
Scott Fox from the Z103.5 Morning Show makes his way down to The Bargains Group to help hand out over 210,000 bottles of water.