Airport back to normal, Gatineau Park closed, many events changed in tornado aftermath

Airport back to normal, Gatineau Park closed, many events changed in tornado aftermath
Tornado aftermath: Whats open and closed during the power outage in the Ottawa area
In the wake of two devastating tornados and a fierce storm on Friday, power is still out for thousands in the Ottawa-Gatineau region on Saturday. Hundreds of people have also been displaced after homes and businesses were levelled.

For those without power in Ottawa. We have lots of food. Pastries, cheeses, fruit & lasagnas, etc. Our doors are open at Causeway, 22 OMeara St. In Hintonburg. Cc: @JLeiper @ParkdaleFood @CBCOttawa @JoelHardenONDP @cmckenney @CMcKennaOttawa

The Adele Songbook performance at Meridian (Centrepointe Theatre) is on stand-by as the theatre has no power. Theatre representatives say they will let patrons know as soon as possible, if the performance is a go. 

Where to find food, supplies, shelter in Ottawa post-tornado

Here's what's open in my #Centretown hood. Tims on Bank at Cooper and at Gloucester, Starbucks at Bank + Slater, McDs at Bank + Queen, Bridgehead at Bank + Albert. No Hartmans. Quickie at Bank + Gilmour yes, but cash only. Long lineups everywhere so be patient and kind 😊

Power outages are expected to last for a number of days after a tornado touched down Friday in the Ottawa-Gatineau area.

“To everyone dealing with the aftermath of the tornado in Dunrobin, ON & the Ottawa-Gatineau area, stay safe, follow the instructions of first responders and check in with people who might need extra help,” he tweeted Friday. “Were monitoring the situation and thinking of everyone affected. #onstorm”

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Please note that we have limited hot food deliveries today. Four of our five kitchens are able to prepare food. However, St. Patricks Home is not able to supply any meals due to a power outage so the routes in our south and south east areas are cancelled.

Nepean if you are out of power come for a hot meal and coffee at Larkin Housein Barrhaven. Busy crowd, lots of food and all of your neighbours.

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