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Hurricane Juan: the most powerful and deadly storm to hit Atlantic Canada in 50 years

  • Two decades of little hurricane impact in Eastern Canada had created a false sense of complacency among the residents who believed that hurricanes were rare in the region.
  • The effects of Hurricane Juan in 2003 shattered this complacency as it caused widespread power outages lasting two weeks and resulted in the toppling of over 80,000 trees in Halifax's Point Pleasant Park.
  • Despite losing hurricane strength, Juan still caused significant damage in Prince Edward Island, further highlighting the impact of the storm.
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