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Power has been restored to over 3,800 homes, businesses in Brampton on Monday

A map of the power outage affecting residents in Brampton as of 7:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 18. Handout / Alectra Utilities

Power has now been restored to all 3,870 customers in the northeastern part of Brampton on Monday morning.

Alectra Utilities, the city’s electricity distributor, first tweeted about the power outage at around 6:30 a.m. that had initially affected 3,870 customers.

The estimated time of power restoration for the entire area was around 10 a.m. but crews managed to restore power to all residents shortly after 9:30 a.m.

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The affected area was from Bramalea Road to Goreway Drive and Sandalwood Parkway East to Bovaird Drive East.

According to Alectra’s website, the cause of the power outage is cited as “defective equipment” but Alectra said crews were working to resolve the issue.

Peel Regional Police said they received multiple calls about traffic lights being out in the area and are reminding motorists to treat those intersections as a four-way stop.

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