P.E.I. offering free Thanksgiving meals for Islanders still without power after Fiona


P.E.I. might be offering free Thanksgiving meals for Islanders who still are without power over two weeks after Fiona.

Reception centres in Tignish Shore, North Shore, West River, Kingston, Miltonvale Park, Clyde River, Morell, the Resort Municipality and Three Rivers will all be serving sizzling meals for residents who cannot benefit from the festivities as traditional due to the outages.

Just over 4,200 Maritime Electric prospects had been without power Monday morning in comparison with 9,000 Friday afternoon as  crews continued to work via the lengthy weekend. But the utility has warned some Island households could not get electrical energy again till not less than Friday.

The meals might be obtainable for pick-up on Monday. Times and different particulars can be found by contacting the native reception centre or municipality instantly.

The contact data for among the centres is listed on-line on the P.E.I. authorities web site.

“Offering a sizzling meal for people who find themselves still not related again to the grid is a small gesture that we hope can fill a small rift throughout an extremely robust time for our province,” Premier Dennis King stated in a information launch Saturday.

Other teams are additionally internet hosting their very own Thanksgiving meals for these of their communities affected by the storm.


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