Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Caledonia - Six Nations update: Argyle Street re-opened but Caledonia remains instate of emergency

These are the latest Caledonia - Six Nations updates from the Hamilton Spectator today:
Wednesday, May 24, 2006 | Updated at 10:16 AM EDT

Argyle Street re-opened but Caledonia remains in state of emergency
Hamilton Spectator

Residents of Caledonia can finally drive down Argyle Street.

Native protesters removed the barricade on the street yesterday.
The street had been blocked for a month.

Together Caledonia residents and natives brokered the deal to
re-open the community's main street.

However, the Highway 6 bypass remains blocked and schools in
Caledonia are closed because of power outages caused when a
transformer was vandalized on Monday.

Hydro One said that power should be restored to most residents

And this, about the power restored in the area:

Electricity has been restored to thousands of people in the Caledonia area after being out since Monday afternoon. Hydro crews worked through the night to restore power to the last 3,600 homes and businesses affected by the outage. Read More

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