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Canada-based Catastrophe Indices and Quantification Inc. said that Hurricane Dorian-related insurance claims exceeded $105 million Canada ($79 million) in the country, The Guardian reported. A fourth of the claims are for commercial property and 75% for personal property. Claims in Nova Scotia surpassed CAD 62 million, New Brunswick CAD 22.5 million; Prince Edward Island CAD 17.5 million; Newfoundland and Labrador CAD 2.5 million.