High winds have been playing havoc with residents on the B.C.’s North and Central Coast.
Environment Canada has issued wind warnings for both regions as gusts of up to 90 km/h have hit.
There are reports of branches, shingles, and other objects being tossed around by the wind in Prince Rupert and Bella Bella.
The Heiltsuk Tribal Council has advised members to stay indoors during the high wind.
The Council is also warning residents to stay off the docks and wait until the storm has passed to retrieve any lost items.
Forecasters say the wind is expected to ease by sometime Tuesday night.