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As provincial road crews continue clearing debris from roads, ditches and curbs, debris removal services are now being expanded to include clean-up around homes. “We know Islanders need help safely removing larger debris from their yards. The province is engaging provincial road crews - and private...
With many trees already damaged due to Hurricane Dorian - and rain and wind in the forecast for this afternoon and overnight - more trees and branches could fall. There is a risk of additional utility outages and more debris blocking roads. Be prepared for continued or additional power outages. ...
Under the, Highway Traffic Act, , anyone convicted of impaired driving for drugs, alcohol or a combination of drugs and alcohol, refusing the alcohol roadside screening test, or failing the breathalyzer test, e.g. having a blood alcohol content equal to or over .08, is required to take a Driver...
Islanders are quick to take action following the storm, moving swiftly into clean up phase. There is lots of debris and other materials to get rid of but roads, shoulders and sidewalks still need to be kept clear for public safety and to help recovery efforts. Islanders are asked to keep all debris...