Tens of thousands of people across the Ottawa region are still without power Tuesday morning as hydro crews continue repair work following Saturday's massive storm.
The city of Ottawa will have several emergency reception centres open again Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. for residents affected by the storm.
The city of Ottawa says residents who have lost food because of the ongoing power outages in the city can apply for some financial assistance.
The President and CEO of Hydro Ottawa says the local distribution network was 'crushed' by Saturday's storm and some people could be without power through the rest of the week.
Residents and farmers near Clarence-Rockland were also hit hard by Saturday’s major storm.
All elementary and secondary schools in Ottawa will be closed on Tuesday as the cleanup continues from Saturday's powerful storm.
The leaders of Ontario's main political parties will be campaigning in the Greater Toronto Area today.
As many residents in Ottawa have been left with no power, they have not been left without hope. Residents in the hardest hit areas have been helping each get through the aftermath of the devastating storm.
It will be mainly sunny and warm in the capital on Tuesday.
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Hydro Ottawa says it could take another 2-4 days to restore power in the city. CTV's Jeremie Charron reports.
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