Nova Scotia

Power restored to most of Nova Scotia, more than 4,500 without power in P.E.I. 2 weeks after Fiona

More than 4,500 customers in Prince Edward Island were still waiting for the lights to come back on Saturday morning in the wake of post-tropical storm Fiona, which hit the region on Sept. 23. Fewer than 100 Nova Scotia Power customers were without power by Sunday night.

Maritime Electric says P.E.I. customers could be without power for another week

Thousands remain without power in N.S., P.E.I. as Fiona cleanup continues

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Thousands of customers remain without power in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island as the cleanup from post-tropical storm Fiona enters its second week.

While all but a few dozen customers in Nova Scotia were without power Sunday night, more than 4,500 customers in  Prince Edward Island were still waiting for the lights to come back on in the wake of a post-tropical storm that hit the region more than two weeks ago.

Nova Scotia power crews repair power lines across the province after post-tropical storm Fiona. (Nova Scotia Power/Twitter)

Nova Scotia

As of 7 p.m. AT Sunday, around 100 Nova Scotia Power customers did not have electricity, according to the Nova Scotia Power outage map.

There were about 415,000 customers without power at Fiona's peak. 

Most of the affected customers were in the northeast of the province. 

Prince Edward Island

As of 8 p.m. AT Sunday, over 4,500 Maritime Electric customers were affected by power outages across P.E.I.

Kim Griffin, a spokesperson for Maritime Electric, said in an update Friday that some customers could be without power until Oct. 14 — three weeks after Fiona hit the region.

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