The Canadian authorities deplored Sunday, September 25 of
damage in the east of the country after the passage of Fiona.
The hurricane, which tore up homes and caused major power outages, also killed two people there.
Fiona, now a post-tropical storm that weakens as it heads north, battered Canada's Atlantic coast on Saturday.
The toll has increased, the province of Prince Edward Island announcing Sunday afternoon a death, while in the province of Newfoundland, rescuers found the body of a 73-year-old woman, swept away by the ocean on Saturday during the storm.
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Some 320,000 people remained without power in five provinces as Fiona knocked down trees and ripped roofs off.
Hundreds of employees worked to restore power, while the army helped clear the roads.
“At the end of the day, this will be the storm that has caused the most damage that we have ever seen
,” commented Tim Houston, the premier of one of the most affected provinces, Nova Scotia, on CBC News. .
“The damage is immense”
The hurricane had already killed at least seven people last week, including four in Puerto Rico, two in the Dominican Republic and one in Guadeloupe (France).