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Cell phone, internet service still out in many parts of Atlantic Canada

News | 09/26/2022 5:27 pm EDT
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Hurricane Fiona wreaked havoc on Atlantic Canada and eastern Quebec last weekend and service for cell and internet customers has still not fully recovered. Authorities could give no predictions on when conditions will be restored.

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