Many are still without power after a massive spring storm tore through southern and central Ontario over night. At the peak more than 100-thousand customers were without power. Freezing rain toppled trees and branches bringing down lines.
As of 7:30 this morning about 11-thousand customers in Barrie were still in the dark, and that could continue for some until early this evening.
The power is off for about 12-thousand customers in New Tecumseth.
And while crews work to turn the lights back on, Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement calling for wind gusting to 50 kilometres an hour this morning and that could result in more branches and small trees coming down.