Hundreds of Thousands in Atlantic Canada Still in the Dark After Hurricane Dorian
Two days after Hurricane Dorian swept through Atlantic Canada, hundreds of thousands of people still have no power, leaving schools and some businesses closed Monday.
The Category 2 hurricane made landfall near Sambro, N.S., on Saturday, taking down power lines and trees across the region, and leaving a mess for power utility crews that may take up to a week to fully recover from, said Nova Scotia Power president Karen Hutt on Sunday.
A total of 211,000 Nova Scotia Power customers remained in the dark Monday morning...
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