Approximately 835 homes and businesses in the Burnhamthorpe and Creditview Rd area were affected by this outage, Alectra reported at 9:56 a.m. The cause remains undetermined, but crews are being dispatched to fix the problem.
1,400 Nova Scotia Power customers were left in the dark after the underground explosion in downtown Dartmouth. Nova Scotia Power crews were on the scene performing repairs as a transformer exploded, according to sources.
In Hespeler, a semi-truck caused a power outage when it ran off the road at the corner of Queen Street West and Weaver Street and destroyed a power pole. According to the Waterloo Regional Police Service, no one was seriously injured. This outage affected 06 customers according to Energy+.
A power outage affecting 727 businesses and homes was reported in Hamilton Mountain according to Alectra Utilities. The affected area extends along Crockett Street between Upper Wentworth Street and East 36th Street.
The power outage affects the Kingston and Amherstview area and will take place on Sunday, June 27 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will affect approximately 3,400 Hydro One customers in Loyalist Township, including Amherstview, as well as Hydro One customers in Kingston. Hydro One said in a release. The outage is part of planned maintenance and upgrades in the area.
Due to frequent power outages on July 5 and 6, the Feye Spring Water Transfer Station will be closed, The Peace River Regional District sent out a public alert Tuesday morning announcing the planned outage at 1836 Imperial Avenue in Clayhurst. From July 6 to 9, it will be around the Boundary Lake water station to close.
The North Shore of Kamloops was affected by power outages, leaving more than 1,300 people without power. The outage affected not only homes, but also businesses west of Linden Avenue, from Royal Avenue to Renfrew Avenue, including the Tranquille corridor, according to BC Hydro. Investigations are underway to determine the cause of the power outage.
Power outages were reported in several areas such as: in the northern region where 147 BC Hydro customers are without power; in northern British Columbia Other outages were also reported in Fort St. John and Taylor as well where B.C. - BC Hydro reports power outages.
Recently announced by Alectra Utilities, the power outage affected 719 residential and commercial spaces in the community of Erindale. A natural gas leak on Blythe Road, which is currently closed from Doulton Drive to the cul-de-sac, was also reported and firefighters were on site. Crews are working to restore power according to Alectra.
Approximately 2,000 Hydro-Québec customers were without power on in Lachute. A pole was broken which led to the power outage. Crews replaced the pole and made other repairs, and the remaining customers again had electricity later.
With operations in Brockville, Kirkland Lake and Timmins, the affected regions are Walker, Hislop, Black River-Matheson, German, Munro, Benoit, Wahgoshig FN, Bowman, Taylor, Michaud, McCool, Matheson, Teefy, Black, Dundonald, Stock, Playfair, Carr, Evelyn, Clergue At this time the cause is yet to be determined.
For this weekend, a power outage is planned.
It will take place on Sunday from 6 am to 9 am and will affect 880 customers of Carleton Place.
This outage is for maintenance work to be done by Hydro One. However, all customers affected by the planned outage have been contacted.
A serious problem at Hydro One's Martindale Transmission Station caused the power outage.
This leaves approximately 20,000 Greater Sudbury Hydro customers and thousands of Hydro One customers without lights.
The majority of affected customers were able to have their power restored by Greater Sudbury Hydro.
Power Outage was caused by a serious issue at Hydro One’s Martindale Transmission Station, which supplies power to many GSH distribution substations. There were 9,918 customers affected by the outage, With the power outage, traffic lights and streetlights were greatly affected