Hydro crews Work Through Night to Restore Power in Snow Covered Maritimes

Apr 9, 2012
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From record temperatures in March to buried snowy Maritime provinces.
650 customers without power at height of the storm.

To read more on the stormy weather in the Maritimes, click here.

 

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