There are several causes to power outages that may occur in the Lakeland Power territory.

Severe Weather

Planned Outages

Tree Trimming

Downed Power Lines

Loss of Supply

Vehicle Accidents

To report a power outage and for more information on current outages, please call, text or Chat 24/7 for assistance. Call: 1- 833-867-3777 Text: 705-996–4518 or use the Chat option.

There are several causes to power outages that may occur in the Lakeland Power territory.

Severe Weather

Planned Outages

Tree Trimming

Downed Power Lines

Loss of Supply

Vehicle Accidents

To report a power outage and for more information on current outages, please call, text or Chat 24/7 for assistance. Call: 1- 833-867-3777 Text: 705-996–4518 or use the Chat option.


Note: The outage map is updated during business hours.

Outage Safety Tips

No matter what the power outage causes are, they often create electrical safety hazards both at home and in your community. It’s important to be prepared for power outages whether they are last for a long time or not as well as to know what you can do to expedite the power restoration process.

These tips can make an important difference during a power outage.

EMERGENCY KIT

Ontario’s Emergency Measures Office recommends to every family to have an emergency survival kit that you’ll need to remain comfortable for at least three days immediately after or during an emergency.

STORM-RELATED ELECTRICAL HAZARDS

If you were cooking when the power went out, turn off the stove, oven or other cooking appliances right away. Also turn off any other appliances. Downed powerlines and flooding create electrical hazards in and around your home. Remember to stay back at least 10 metres (or the length of a school bus) from a downed powerline and call 9-1-1 and Lakeland Power immediately to report it. Stay out of your basement if flood water is higher than the electrical outlets, baseboard heaters, furnace or near the electrical panel. Call your local electric utility immediately to have power disconnected.

Outage Safety Tips

No matter what the power outage causes are, they often create electrical safety hazards both at home and in your community. It’s important to be prepared for power outages whether they are last for a long time or not as well as to know what you can do to expedite the power restoration process.

These tips can make an important difference during a power outage.

EMERGENCY KIT

Ontario’s Emergency Measures Office recommends to every family to have an emergency survival kit that you’ll need to remain comfortable for at least three days immediately after or during an emergency.

STORM-RELATED ELECTRICAL HAZARDS

If you were cooking when the power went out, turn off the stove, oven or other cooking appliances right away. Also turn off any other appliances. Downed powerlines and flooding create electrical hazards in and around your home. Remember to stay back at least 10 metres (or the length of a school bus) from a downed powerline and call 9-1-1 and Lakeland Power immediately to report it. Stay out of your basement if flood water is higher than the electrical outlets, baseboard heaters, furnace or near the electrical panel. Call your local electric utility immediately to have power disconnected.

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