Post-tropical cyclone Dorian made its trek across central Nova Scotia, passed the St. Lawrence Gulf, and is continuing to weaken as it tracks away from Atlantic Canada. During the early hours of Monday morning Dorian will be offshore east of Labrador.
On Sunday maximum wind gusts in Channel-Port aux Basques reached 124 km/h and 112 km/h in Stephenville.
The Maritimes saw over 500,000 power outages, with almost 400,000 cases in Nova Scotia at its peak over the weekend. While there have been no reported injuries, countless trees were uprooted, and a large construction crane collapsed into a building in downtown Halifax.
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Widespread damage was reported as Dorian made landfall near Sambro Creek in Nova Scotia, approximately 25 kilometers south of Halifax on Saturday.
The Canadian military has been deployed to Nova Scotia to help with clean-up and power restoration. Approximately 700 military personal were set to arrive in the province on Sunday, according to a press release by Canada’s minister of Public Safety, Ralph Goodale.