It's extreme damage like this in Baxters Harbour, N.S., that has left people without power. They're being told it could be Tuesday night before crews are able to fix the mess and power up the lines again. Craig Paisley/CBC
Nova Scotia Power says it has restored electricity to all of its customers who were hit by Arthur, the post-tropical storm that blew through the province a week ago.
"We thank our customers for their patience and our employees for all of their efforts to restore power safely for our customers," the utility said in a tweet.
Stacey Pineau, a spokeswoman for the utility, said a handful of customers were without power on Sunday, but they need work done by an electrician before they can be reconnected.
Arthur hit Nova Scotia on July 5, bringing high winds that toppled trees and power lines. Approximately 200,000 customers lost electricity at the peak of the outages.
Communities in western parts of the province were hit the hardest.
The final 500 homes and businesses got their power back on Saturday.
Nova Scotia Power says it has no plans to send its crews to New Brunswick, where 8,900 customers remain without power.
Argentina blames the US for the legal battle that forced it to miss a debt payment and be declared in "selective" and "restrictive" default by ratings ... More Argentina blames the US for the legal battle that forced it to miss a debt payment and be declared in "selective" and "restrictive" default by ratings agencies. Experts warn a lengthy standoff would deepen economic troubles. Duration: 02:04
Date 43 mins ago, Duration 2:04, Views 0