Power outage? What power outage? Parents and grandparents say the show must go on in South Surrey on Dec. 20, and enjoy a Christmas concert by smartphone lights. (Photo: Twitter@jordantinney)

More than 11,000 still without power in Surrey

There are still power outages at several Surrey schools

More than 11,000 homes in Surrey are still without power this morning, according to BC Hydro.

That includes several schools.

Across the Lower Mainland and Sunshine Coast, BC Hydro is reporting roughly 58,000 customers without power this morning after heavy winds hit the region on Thursday.

The White Rock pier was split in half during the storm.

See also: VIDEO: White Rock pier destroyed by storm, stranded man rescued

See also: Windstorm wallops Surrey, White Rock

(Click on School District Superintendent Jordan Tinney’s Twitter account below for school updates)

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