Hurricane Fiona caused C$660mn in insured damage: CatIQ
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Hurricane Fiona caused C$660mn in insured damage: CatIQ

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Hurricane Fiona brought C$660mn ($479mn) in insured losses when it struck Atlantic Canada in late September, according to Catastrophe Indices and Quantification (CatIQ).

In figures prepared for the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), CatIQ said Nova Scotia was the worst-hit area with more than C$385mn in insured damage due to extensive flooding, roofs destroyed by high winds and roads washed away.


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