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Stratford Lions Pool closed for a mechanical issue

Temperatures are set to soar this week, but no one will be swimming at the Stratford Lions Pool.

In a tweet posted Tuesday, Stratford said it’s been forced to cancel pre-season lengths and public swims because of a mechanical issue.

The city said an update on the pool will be shared on Friday.

The announcement comes on the same day that Environment Canada issued a heat warning for much of the province, including Stratford. The agency said temperatures are expected to be between 30C and 33C on Wednesday, but with the humidex, it could feel closer to 40C.

A week ago, the Stratford Lions Pool officially marked its 90th season in the community. Regular swim hours were not set to start until June 28.

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