At NT Power, safety is our first priority. Our commitment to safety not only extends to our employees, but to our customers as well.

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Your Safety

Find out how to stay safe around electrical hazards in and around your home.
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Community Safety

What you need to know about lightning safety and staying safe around electrical equipment/areas in your neighbourhood.

Dig Safety

Planning to dig a garden, landscape, plant a large tree or install a fence, excavate a patio area or pool area, upgrade your driveway, repair your home's foundation, add a porch, deck or room to your home?

Need to report an electrical emergency?

If you see a potential electrical danger, such as tree branches on powerlines, downed powerlines, or leaking transformers, please contact the NT Power emergency line as soon as possible!

To report an Outage or Emergencies, please call our tollfree outage number at 1-888-735-4801.


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How to Stay Safe During a Power Outage

Are you prepared for a power outage? Here are some simple ways to be sure you’re prepared.
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Outage Map

You can view any power outages on the Outage Map. Click on the affected area to see the estimated restoration time and number of customers affected.

Farm Stray Voltage

Farm stray voltage refers to the presence of low-level electrical voltages on a farm, which can potentially impact livestock and other animals.