Enmax Corp., the city's electrical utility, flipped the switch at 5 a.m. Thursday to restore service, but officials warn it will take time for building systems to be checked.
Anyone who was put up in a hotel during the outage was being asked to check out prior to an information update on the status of their residences.
Janine Orom, who works downtown, says it's been a long haul for her and it's nice to see the power restored so people can get back to their normal schedules.
Gianna Manes, CEO of Enmax, says it could be a month or more before the utility finds out what caused Saturday's fire.
About 1,900 customers in 112 residential and commercial buildings were affected by the outage. (CHQR)
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