High winds leave 210,000 without power in Canada’s Ontario

Investing.com | Dec 12, 2021 at 8:41 AM
  • Extreme winds hit the Canadian province of Ontario to plunge more than 280,000 homes and businesses into darkness, utility Hydro One said on Saturday, although power supplies were later restored to some.
  • Although power has been restored to 78,000 customers, about 210,000 still remain without electricity.
  • Environment and Climate Change Canada had also issued wind warnings for the southern regions of Ontario, cautioning against expected gusts of upto 120 kph (75 mph).