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The outages spread down Highway 29 to Farrell Creek, north past Rose Prairie to Murdale, and east into Baldonnel and Taylor. 

1,538 were affected by an outage north of Highway 29 , southeast of the Alaska Highway and west of 86th Street which appears to have been restored.

1,287 are affected east of the Old Fort LP and north of the Johnson 232 Road with power expected back on by 11 p.m.

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953 are still without power in Fort St. John and Charlie Lake with it expected to be restored by 8 p.m. , and another 53 east of the 255 Road with power expected by 11 p.m.

A wind warning remains in effect for the region with winds gusting from 60 to 90 kilometres an hour.

Updates on outages can be found at www.byhydro.com/outages.

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