Sask. apartment residents who endured 10 days without central heat want answers – CBC

Jan 11, 2022

Refugees, other low income residents say they could see their breath as they huddled under blankets

Residents who endured 10 days without central heat in their Saskatoon apartment building say they’re glad things are working again, but that many questions remain.

The residents, mainly refugee and Indigenous families, say the whole ordeal has been difficult.

“I could see my breath. I was wearing double wool socks, two pairs of socks. I was wearing my work pants I have on right now, a bunnyhug and this tuque,” resident and industrial mechanic Cameron Peekeekoot said in an interview Monday.

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