Tornadoes

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How to stay safe in strong storms

A tree snapped in half due to strong winds in recent derecho in Ontario

Some of us recently experienced a derecho, even before we may have known what one was.
What is a derecho and how can you protect yourself and loved ones from future storms, including tornadoes and power outages.

A tree snapped in half due to strong winds in recent derecho in Ontario

Being ready for fall storms and tornadoes

woman in a black raincoat with red cross logo on it, looks over fallen trees and powerlines.

In September 2018, tornadoes touched down in the Ottawa-Gatineau area, damaging homes and leaving thousands without power in the days that followed. This event is a good reminder that while we can’t control the weather, we can at least prepare for it.
 

woman in a black raincoat with red cross logo on it, looks over fallen trees and powerlines.

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