Eastern Canada cold snap ends, but thousands in NS and NB still without power

Cold weather warning all around Eastern Canada While most of the power has been lifted over the past two days, power outages continue in parts of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick due to frigid temperatures and high winds.

Cold wave caused the environment Canada Alerts for eight states and territories are expected to end on Sunday.

Extreme cold warnings have been lifted for Primorye, although Labrador, Nunavut and the Northwest Territories remain vigilant.

Some continue to work in communities in the northern regions of Ontario and Quebec.

The Atlantic states experienced a power outage Saturday as frigid temperatures hit record cold temperatures in all four states.

As of 3pm local time on Sunday, more than 2,300 people were without power in Nova Scotia and about 1,800 people in New Brunswick.