About 9,000 Maritime Electrical shoppers nevertheless will not have power on Wednesday early morning —12 days just after submit-tropical storm Fiona hit P.E.I.
The corporation does have an on-line listing out there showing unique areas on the Island, about how numerous customers however will need electricity and when they can count on that ability to be restored.
According to the webpage the vast majority of neighbourhoods should really have their electric power back again by Wednesday night.
Nonetheless, areas these types of as Mermaid and Johnstons River could be waiting around until finally Thursday. Murray Harbour and Grand Tracadie are scheduled for Friday. Some clients in Stanhope could be with out lights till Sunday.
The company explained it will get started deploying its crews on Wednesday to aim on unique outages. These involve parts that just have just one or two homes without having electrical power.
Maritime Electric expects to have up to 98 per cent of electrical power restored by Sunday — that is extra than two weeks soon after the storm at first made landfall on the Island.
5 faculties remain closed
Much more learners are also returning to the classroom on Wednesday.
Donagh Regional college has reopened following the storm. People who attend Cardigan Consolidated will resume class in a short-term place at Montague Regional High University.
Prince Avenue Elementary, Queen Charlotte Intermediate, St. Jean Elementary, West Kent and École Évangéline are however shut.
Lessons at École Évangéline are staying moved to L’Exposition Agricole et le Pageant Acadien grounds but no commence date experienced been declared.