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Total economic losses from March winter storm in Ontario and Quebec estimated at $130 million: Impact Forecasting

April 6, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

Total economic losses from a winter storm in Ontario and Quebec in March were estimated to approach $130 million (US$100 million), while insurers anticipated losses well into the tens of millions in U.S. dollars, according to Impact Forecasting’s Global Catastrophe

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Severe weather moves east toward Carolinas after tornadoes

April 1, 2016 Jonathan Landrum Jr. - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

ATLANTA – A severe weather system moved east toward the Carolinas on Friday after setting off tornadoes that swirled through Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. Tornadoes and isolated winds are possible through mid-afternoon Friday, according to the National Weather Service. Nearly

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7 hurt, homes, businesses damaged after tornado in Oklahoma

March 31, 2016 The Associated Press

TULSA, Okla. – At least seven people were injured after severe storms spawned multiple tornado touchdowns in northeastern Oklahoma, damaging homes and businesses, authorities said. National Weather Service meteorologist Amy Jankowski said a tornado touched down and lifted up numerous

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N.B. public safety department issues warning about ice jams, associated flooding

March 28, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

New Brunswick’s Department of Public Safety is warning about the potential for ice jams and associated flooding along the St. John River and other river systems in the province. The Department of Public Safety said in a bulletin on Monday