Deadly thunderstorm complex cuts power to nearly a million in Canada

Deadly thunderstorm complex cuts power to nearly a million in Canada

May 22, 2022 by Washington Post

Key Facts

  • A line of violent thunderstorms tore across the most populous corridor of Canada on Saturday, killing at least five people and cutting power to nearly a million people.
  • The storms carved a path of destruction from southern Ontario to southeast Quebec, passing close to or directly through three of Canada’s four largest cities: Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa.
  • Pearson International Airport, which serves the Toronto metro area and is the largest in the country, measured a wind gust of about 75 mph.
  • Ottawa International Airport, another major hub, also recorded a 75 mph gust.

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