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After hammering Atlantic Canada, post-tropical storm Fiona has moved inland in southeastern Quebec, with Environment Canada saying the storm will continue to weaken as it tracks across southeastern Labrador and over the Labrador Sea.
As post-tropical storm Fiona walloped Atlantic Canada on Saturday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the federal government will deploy the Canadian Armed Forces and match any donations to the Canadian Red Cross.
Strong winds and heavy rainfall from Fiona have left over 365,000 Maritimers still without power, as of 11 a.m. Sunday.
Post-tropical storm Fiona walloped Atlantic Canada after making landfall early Saturday and storm chasers captured the incredible power as the storm roared ashore.
Municipal roads are closed on Quebec's Magdalen Islands and residents are ordered to stay inside as the region battles the effects of Fiona.
In P.E.I., 95 per cent of the province is without power due to Hurricane Fiona. Vanessa Lee reports.
Glenn Waddingham is a B.C. bellman who built a Lego replica of the hotel he works at. Adam Sawatsky reports.