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The 2003 Blackout

Ten years after, what have we learned from that experience and are we better off now?

Can it happen again?: Matt Galloway spoke with Norm Rubin. He is the director of nuclear research at Energy Probe Research Foundation.
Listen audio (runs 8:41)

Getting married: Robert Smol and Margaret Petrik were married during the blackout.
Listen audio (runs 5:58)

Running a restaurant: Shamez Amlani is the owner of La Palette restaurant and a member of the Kensington Market BIA.
Listen audio (runs )5:09

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