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Clean up underway in Atlantic Canada after hurricane force winds from Dorian

A storm with hurricane-force winds that hit the Maritimes left more than 400,000 residents without electricity, as repairs began Sunday to downed power lines and buildings struck by splintered trees. The remnants of hurricane Dorian has left large areas with downed foliage and flooding damage, while some streets saw more severe cases of uprooted trees toppled onto houses and cars. The worst gusts of up to 150 kilometres per hour came late Saturday before the storm carried on over southern New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and on to western Newfoundland.



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