Powerful hurricane knocks out power to half a million Canadians

Ottawa: Devastating storm toll hits two of the most populous provinces Canada rose to eight people on Sunday, May 22, 2022. As well as killing eight people, the storm also knocked out power to half a million people in the country.

The tornado, which lasted two hours, caused damage in the provinces of Ontario and Quebec. Strong winds of 132 kilometers per hour uprooted trees, electricity poles and transmission pylons.

The Canadian electricity company tried on Sunday to restore the power supply that had been cut. Authorities say most deaths are in storm This was due to a falling tree.





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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the Canadian federal government stands ready to help those in need.

“We are thinking of all those affected and are grateful to the officers working to restore power,” Trudeau said on Twitter. France 24Monday, May 23, 2022.

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Hydro One, Ontario’s largest electricity distributor, also tweeted that its officers were moving in response to the extensive damage.

In a statement late Sunday, Hydro One said its team had restored power to more than 360,000 customers, while more than 226,000 customers were still without power.

Recovery efforts are expected to continue over the next few days until all residents have access to power again. (Kaylina Ivani)

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