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By Ricardo VenezaJune 25, 2015 2:13pm Hydro One and Essex Power both report power is back on for their customers. More than 2,400 customers in the Leamington and Kingsville areas as well as all of Pelee Island were without power. Essex Power had about eight of its customers are without power, but doesn’t have an estimated restoration time yet. Born and raised in Leamington, Ricardo landed his first radio job at AM800 before moving to Alberta and then BC for work.
The low pressure system that caused the wind warnings that generated the power outages has now moved on into Quebec. Weather wise for most of Ontario except for the Timmins region where there are snowfall warnings in effect and the extreme eastern reaches of Ontario where there are wind warnings in effect the weather is mild and far warmer than the usual Christmas Day conditions.
More than 10,000 BC Hydro customers in Kitsilano and Fairview Slopes lost power on Wednesday morning because of a problem with a substation. The lights are back on for more than 10,000 BC Hydro customers in Vancouver who lost power on Wednesday morning because of a problem with a substation. Almost all of Newfoundland lost electrical power on Saturday when a fire at a substation in Sunnyside triggered a collapse at the Holyrood generating station.
Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro has come in for hefty criticism in the last week, as it disclosed that its aging equipment was not able to generate enough power to meet consumer demand that was significantly higher than expected. The island-wide outages came in the middle of a series of rolling blackouts that began Jan.


Nalcor Energy, the Crown corporation that runs Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro, has started an internal investigation, and has begun sharing information with the PUB.
Liberal Leader Dwight Ball says the public must be allowed to express its opinions in any review of the last week's power outages. Dunderdale said she will develop the terms of reference for the government-appointed review within the next six weeks. Meanwhile, Nalcor CEO Ed Martin said he welcomes an independent review of the province's electrical system.
Martin said an independent review will help Nalcor figure out what worked well and what didn't, so improvements can be made.
The impact of the fire at the Bay de Verde fishplant is widespread but workers are the ones getting hit with the initial blow. The Skipper of the crab boat Cape Aaron remains upbeat after the fire Monday at the Quinlan fish plant. The flow of offshore royalties that came into Newfoundland and Labrador's purse has dropped significantly in the past three years.
An hour-long power outage in Toronto's downtown core trapped a handful of people in elevators and disrupted the start of the work day for thousands of others Tuesday morning. The boundaries of that outage were Queen Street to the north, The Esplanade to the south, Bay Street to the west, and George Street to the east.
As Toronto Hydro crews worked to restore electricity, firefighters were called in to rescue people who were trapped in seven elevators, a Toronto Fire Services spokesman told CP24. Police officers directed traffic at a number of downtown intersections until traffic signals began working again.
Traffic signals were knocked out at King and Yonge streets during a power outage Tuesday, June 25, 2013. Do you think the TTC should immediately notify passengers about bomb threats at subway stations?
Toronto Hydro restoring power a€” sometimes a€?one or two customersa€? at a time a€” while police warn pedestrians and drivers to keep clear of dangling or low-hanging wires.
Toronto Hydro outage map shows areas where some customers have no electricity, as of early Tuesday afternoon. About 50 Toronto Hydro customers were still without power Tuesday evening following a severe wind storm that snapped tree branches and downed power lines across the GTA Monday night.


Toronto Hydro customers in the west to central north regions and North York had been the hardest hit by the damage, according to Toronto Hydro spokesperson Tanya Bruckmueller. Toronto police had reported traffic signals out and traffic lights flipped around at many intersections Tuesday, creating delays during morning rush-hour traffic. Overnight there were reports of hydro line fires, which broke out when damaged power lines made contact with other objects, said a Hydro One spokesperson.
A number of aircraft were damaged at the Burlington Airpark, a private airport on Bell School Line, when winds ripped the roof off a hangar. Hydro One will provide updates on restoration times once the extent of the storm damage has been determined in each of the affected areas. People are urged to report the location of the fallen wires to Hydro One as soon as possible. Customers can check the status of power outages anywhere in Hydro One’s service area. He decided to drive home (barely made it) and stop at each legislature along the way (he likes politics). By submitting your comments, you acknowledge that CBC has the right to reproduce, broadcast and publicize those comments or any part thereof in any manner whatsoever. The Province now expects to take 551 million in royalty payments, down from the near $3 billion it once saw. Typically an outage of this magnitude can take multiple days to repair damage and get power restored to all customers.
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