The Canadian Government is advising Canadians down south to stay away from the U.S. East Coast. That warning comes as 14 Hydro Ottawa workers make their way towards the coast in anticipation of Hurricane Florence. The Hydro Ottawa workers are powerline technicians and safety specialists, called in to deal with any impending damage.


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