Thousands lose power as windy winter storm sweeps

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HALIFAX – A winter storm that included powerful winds and heavy snowfall left thousands without power overnight Saturday in the Maritimes, with the storm expected to continue into Newfoundland through the day.

Environment Canada says the nor’easter brought 10 to 40 centimetres of wet snow to portions of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island and winds gusted between 70 and 100 kilometres per hour on Friday night.

As of mid-morning on Saturdayreflected in our selection of outstanding photographs which we have presented chronologically below., Nova Scotia Power reported about 37The community of about 2,800.,000 customers had lost electricity, while in New Brunswick there were 400 customers without power and P.E.IWe have assigned staff to initiate an investigation and to work wit. had about 6,900 utility customers with outagess inauguration in 1977.

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