Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale will look things over with Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan.
After Nova Scotia, Dorian is expected to move toward Prince Edward Island and on Sunday reach Newfoundland, the Canadian Hurricane Centre projected.
"We're continuing to add crews so that we can restore power for everyone as soon as possible", Nova Scotia Power said in a news release Monday evening.
On Prince Edward Island, Maritime Electric powered some clients may be without electricity until finally the end of the 7 days.
AT, there were 108,260 Nova Scotia Power customers without electricity.
As of 10 a.m. Sunday, there were over 380,000 homes and businesses without power in Nova Scotia, with outages reported across the province.
The agency said it was setting up shelters or temporary housing for the newly homeless across the islands and appealed for Bahamians to take in storm victims.
In New Brunswick, about 80,000 homes and businesses - 20 per cent of NB Power's customers - were left in the dark at the height of the storm.
In Nova Scotia, one of the most dramatic scenes during Saturday's storm was the collapse of a crane in downtown Halifax, which raised questions about the level of preparedness at the construction site.
Meanwhile, many marinas around the Maritimes were left battered by Dorian's storm surges. About 8 p.m. local time ( 9 p.m. ET ) Saturday, Dorian is expected to make landfall in Nova Scotia, CNN meteorologist Robert Shackelford said.
The storm is still risky with maximum sustained winds equivalent to a hurricane.
Before hurriedly crossing the border, the Category 1 storm is unloading rain and tropical storm force winds in MA over the weekend.
There are now three potential tropical storms developing in the Atlantic, and one of them could bring heavy rain to South Florida by the weekend.
Picking up pace back in the Atlantic, Dorian made a final landfall in Nova Scotia, Canada.