Ontario, Quebec storm leaves 10 dead, thousands still without power

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Days after a deadly storm tore through southern Ontario and Quebec, killing 10 people, devastated communities are still cleaning up.

Hydro crews, bolstered by hundreds of workers from the U.S., are getting Ontario’s power grid up and running.

“It’s really the degree of the devastation that’s occurred. It’s very complex,” says Jason Fitzsimmons of Hydro One.

Complex to the tune of 1,400 hydro poles and 1,000 km of power lines to replace, spread out virtually over the entire southern part of the province.

Hundreds of thousands of customers remain without power.

Mike Drolet reports.

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