Report an emergency
Life-threatening situation or fire, call 911 or your local emergency services.
- Caution: risk of electrocution around downed power lines. Keep everyone at least 10 metres (length of a school bus) away.
- What to do if you smell natural gas (mercaptan).
Report an outage
For the most current outage information, visit our Twitter profile (you don’t need to log in to see it).
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Shaded areas are based on current data and are approximate. At times more than one outage can affect an area and overlap can occur. Any variation in the colour of the outage area is a result of overlap and does not represent an increased level of severity.
We do our best to let you know as soon as we can when your power will be back on, but every outage is different. First our crews must find and assess the cause of the outage, often during challenging conditions such as darkness, wind, rain and blowing snow. We may not provide an estimated time that the power will be back on until we can safely and accurately see how much damage has been done and how serious it is. Often we have the power back on earlier than we expected, but if damage is more severe, such as removing fallen trees after a wind storm or replacing a damaged pole, it can take longer. Learn more about how we restore power.
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