Post-tropical cyclone Fiona brings heavy rain and strong winds to Atlantic Canada

Post-tropical Cyclone Fiona hit Nova Scotia, Canada and the Atlantic Canada region on Saturday, Sept. 24 with “heavy rainfall and strong hurricane-force winds,” according to the Canadian Weather Service. The storm contributed to power outages, which affected more than 400,000 customers in the province, according to Nova Scotia Power, which said there was significant damage … Read more

Post-tropical cyclone Fiona brings heavy rain and strong winds to Atlantic Canada

Post-tropical Cyclone Fiona hit Nova Scotia, Canada and the Atlantic Canada region on Saturday, Sept. 24 with “heavy rainfall and strong hurricane-force winds,” according to the Canadian Weather Service. The storm contributed to power outages, which affected more than 400,000 customers in the province, according to Nova Scotia Power, which said there was significant damage … Read more

Post-tropical cyclone Fiona brings heavy rain and strong winds to Atlantic Canada

Post-tropical Cyclone Fiona hit Nova Scotia, Canada and the Atlantic Canada region on Saturday, Sept. 24 with “heavy rainfall and strong hurricane-force winds,” according to the Canadian Weather Service. The storm contributed to power outages, which affected more than 400,000 customers in the province, according to Nova Scotia Power, which said there was significant damage … Read more

Surfers Brave Hurricane Fiona Waves Off New Jersey Shoreline

Surfers in southern New Jersey enjoyed big waves on Friday, Sept. 23 thanks to Hurricane Fiona, footage shows. Mike Bogad said he shot this video Friday in Ventnor City, south of Atlantic City. The National Weather Service (NWS) had warned of “dangerous rip currents and breaking waves up to 8 feet” and life-threatening storm surges … Read more

Pierre Poilievre accused of exaggerating Conservative Party membership numbers

Conservative leadership candidates Pierre Poilievre and Jean Charest during a debate at the Canada Strong and Free Network conference in Ottawa on May 5.Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press Pierre Poilievre’s two main rivals in the federal conservative leadership race have accused the alleged frontrunner of inflating the number of party memberships he claims to have sold … Read more