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According to Insurance Bureau of Canada, post-tropical Storm Fiona, which struck Canada in late September, inflicted $660 million Canadian ($475 million) in insured damage, SaltWire reported. Insured damages in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia surpassed CAD385 million while that in Prince Edward Island reached over CAD220 million.