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Canadian soldiers are being sent to help with the recovery to storm Fiona's devastation.

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The Atlantic provinces of the country were devastated by hurricane Fiona, which swept away homes, tore off roofs, and cut out power. 

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Canadian troops are being dispatched to help with the recovery of Hurricane Fiona.

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Fiona made landfall early on Saturday as a post-tropical cyclone after making her way north from the Caribbean as a hurricane with heavy downpours. 

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At least five fatalities were attributed to Fiona in the Caribbean, while no deaths or major injuries were reported in Canada.

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There is one apartment that has vanished. 2. Also, he said, eight to twelve homes and structures were washed into the ocean. It's really scary, he remarked.

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The 4,000-person hamlet was reportedly in a state of emergency due to many electrical fires and residential floods, according to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

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An apartment building's roof fell, and 100 people were taken to an evacuation center. No one was seriously harmed, he claimed.

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Other apartment complexes also sustained severe damage, according to provincial officials.

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On Saturday, disruptions impacted more than 415,000 Nova Scotia Power customers or almost 80% of the nearly 1 million residents of the province.

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In the province of Prince Edward Island, over 82,000 customers roughly 95% also lost power, and NB Power in New Brunswick reported 44,329 people without power. 

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Reported that around 380,000 customers were still without electric power. The Cape Breton Regional Municipality has declared a local emergency.