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Hailstorm in Canada's Saskatchewan causes $50 million in damage

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Canadian catastrophe information provider Catastrophe Indices and Quantification Inc. said that the Insurance Bureau of Canada has reported insured damage of more than $71 million Canadian ($53.2 million) due to a severe hailstorm in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan in July. The northern end of the city was hit the hardest by the hailstorm, which damaged vehicles, houses, and other pieces of property. More than 5,000 insurance claims have been filed after the storm, Edmonton Journal reports.

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