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No land-line telephone and internet service

Telephone and internet service out of service north of Highway 401 to Bancroft is expected to be restored Friday morning.

“It is believed to be due to severed fibre optic cables while a contractor was digging,” said Kerry Donnell, Communications Officer with the Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board. “We understand it affects thousands of residences and businesses. Cell phones are unaffected and are working as usual. Student and staff safety is our top priority. School administrators have been asked to keep their cell phones with them at all times.”

Presently 17 schools have no land line telephone, fax, email or Internet service. Contact with schools should be done through the Education Centre switchboard where calls will be routed to school administrators on a priority basis. Call 613.966.1170 or 1.800.267.4350.

Donnell says it is unclear how long the outage could last. Updates will be shared as more details become available.

Bayside School Group
Stirling Primary School
Stirling Junior Public School
Stirling Senior Public School

Centennial School Group
Foxboro Public School

Centre Hastings School Group
Centre Hastings Secondary School

Madoc Public School
Madoc Township Public School
Marmora Senior Public School

Earl Prentice Public School
S.H. Connor School
Tweed-Hungerford Senior Public School

North Hastings School Group
Bird’s Creek Public School
Coe Hill School
Hermon Public School
Maynooth Public School
York River Public school

Quinte School Group
Harmony Public School

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