This information is as current as possible and is for general information only. The outages listed may not affect all customers in the specified location.If you are aware of an outage that is not on this listing, please report online or contact 1-800-474-5711 for further details.
The legend symbols illustrate an estimate of the number of customers affected in a specific outage
Coloured icons or regions represent the general area of a known power outage, not the exact location. Click the icon or region to see more information about that outage.
Multiple Outages refer to several outages within a particular area. The multiple outage icon may mean the entire area is without power or there is more than one location/neighbourhood experiencing an outage in the area.
Click the "Refresh" option, in the upper right position on the map, to view update outage information. Take note of the "Last Updated Time" under "View Power Outages" title.
Planned and Unplanned Outage Definitions
Planned outages are outages we schedule in advance to allow our crews to perform system upgrades and ensure the continued reliability of our system. Click the Planned Outage check box to show or hide the Planned Outages currently taking place within our service territory.
Unplanned power outages are unscheduled outages caused by high winds, snow and ice storms, lightning, and other severe weather conditions. They can also be caused by equipment problems, or third party contact with our electricity system such as vehicle accidents, fallen trees, and even animals. Click the Unplanned Outage check box to show or hide the Unplanned Outages currently taking place within our service territory.
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Outage Alerts will notify you by text and/or email when an outage is affecting your neighbourhood.