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Justin Trudeau
 @JustinTrudeau
Update: In response to devastation caused by Hurricane Fiona, we have approved Nova Scotia’s request for federal assistance – and we will deploy the @CanadianForces to help them with assessment and response. We will be there to support people every step of the way.
24 Sep, 11:05 PM UTC
Justin Trudeau
@JustinTrudaue
As our team continues to monitor the situation in Nova Scotia we have been receiving information that some Canadians may not have enough emergency food to last the storm. That’s why me and @theJagmeetSingh have authorized sending emergency cricket rations to those affected most. https://t.co/Cd59CTExhF
24 Sep, 06:09 PM UTC
CBC News Alerts
 @CBCAlerts
As Fiona batters the Atlantic region, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Ottawa will match donations made to the Canadian Red Cross over the next 30 days. He says Ottawa has approved a request for aid from Nova Scotia, and will deploy Canadian Armed Forces to help with cleanup.
24 Sep, 08:59 PM UTC
🇨🇦Michelle🇨🇦 ❤️
@MissieD_
Good grief! Trudeau will MATCH donations for Nova Scotia.. Again, he will MATCH OUR donations with OUR money. Yet he can help Ukraine and hand out billions all over the world? What more proof do you need that he hates Canada and Canadians. #TrudeauHasGotToGo #TrudeauMustGo
25 Sep, 01:57 PM UTC
Scott Duncan
 @ScottDuncanWX
Fiona is the most intense storm (rated by lowest pressure) to strike Canada 🇨🇦 on record. 932.6 hPa from the core during landfall on Hart Island, Nova Scotia. @ScottDuncanWX's photo on Nova Scotia
25 Sep, 09:05 AM UTC
CBC Nova Scotia
 @CBCNS
4-year-old Pictou County boy who went missing Saturday found safe https://t.co/6qUfmdz9a4 @CBCNS's photo on Nova Scotia
25 Sep, 12:59 PM UTC
CNN
 @CNN
Fiona ripped through Canada's eastern seaboard at hurricane strength after making landfall in Nova Scotia on Saturday, sapping power for hundreds of thousands and washing away or collapsing some coastal homes https://t.co/GeDv2rU732 @CNN's photo on Nova Scotia
25 Sep, 04:00 AM UTC
Anita Anand
 @AnitaAnandMP
To everyone impacted by Hurricane Fiona – we stand with you, and we are activating the necessary resources to help you. We are mobilizing @CanadianForces personnel and equipment to assist Nova Scotia, and we will remain ready to help other affected provinces if necessary. https://t.co/fZi7WtFD8M
25 Sep, 01:30 AM UTC
Kel Varnsen
@KelVandelayInc
@CBCAlerts He just sent $5 million to Pakistan in August for flood relief. But he'll only "match donations" to the Red Cross for Nova Scotia? #TrudeauMustGo
24 Sep, 09:11 PM UTC
Ryan Snoddon
 @ryansnoddon
Here's a look at some of the unofficial top winds from #Fiona across Atlantic Canada. Top gust of 179 km/h at Arisaig, Antigonish County, NS! Widespread gusts of 130-150+ km/h for coastal areas of eastern Nova Scotia, PEI and southwest Nfld. #nsstorm #nlwx #nbstorm #pestorm @ryansnoddon's photo on Nova Scotia
24 Sep, 08:32 PM UTC
Jonathan Ellis
@JonathanSEllis
Hurricane Fiona battered Atlantic Canada yesterday, including Nova Scotia. A friend of mine, Sandra Barry, just shared this photo of Great Village, immortalised in Elizabeth Bishop’s “In the Village.” https://t.co/ObR5JW6Ppf
25 Sep, 02:06 PM UTC
TODAY
 @TODAYshow
Canada was hit by its strongest storm in history on Saturday. @Maggie_Vespa joins us live from Nova Scotia, where the cleanup from Fiona is so massive that the prime minister is calling in the Canadian armed forces. #SundayTODAY @TODAYshow's photo on Nova Scotia
25 Sep, 12:12 PM UTC
Dan McTeague
@GasPriceWizard
How’s that working for you in Nova Scotia today? Power doesn’t happen my osmosis. Those dreaded “fossil fuels” which they aren’t, even allow naive types like you to make absurd comments on devices that wouldn’t exist without them. Back to the Stone Age for #ClimateBedwetters https://t.co/SPFHqR6y3J
25 Sep, 04:58 PM UTC
Zee ~🇨🇦💗🐞☮
@Zee207702
This is the devastation from Fiona in Port Aux Basques, Newfoundland. Over 20 homes destroyed. 😭 Nova Scotia received nothing in comparison. 💗 PEI was devastated as well. Scenes from Port aux Basques the day after Fiona | CBC https://t.co/e45UrBakmD
25 Sep, 04:53 PM UTC
Charl Hennessy #JFT97
@charlhennessy1
Tomorrow myself & @Peterscarfe1 representing @HillsboroughSu1 will be speaking at a @NowHillsborough At Nova Scotia Bar, Liverpool 5pm - 7.30pm Please come & support us as we share our experiences & opinions as to why we need a Hillsborough Law #JFT97
25 Sep, 01:56 PM UTC
Globalnews.ca
 @globalnews
Power crews from Maine headed to help Canada amid post-tropical storm Fiona were delayed at the border due to the ArriveCAN app, the Nova Scotia premier’s office confirmed to Global News on Sunday. https://t.co/MrCo9InTPv
25 Sep, 05:27 PM UTC
BNN Newsroom
@BNNBreaking
WATCH: A vehicle has fallen into the water as the passage was broken during the storm #Fiona. The powerful storm #Fiona has left trails of devastation through Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and Quebec after making landfall in Canada early as a post-tropical... https://t.co/yDCPiL2s7b
25 Sep, 04:57 PM UTC
The Chronicle Herald
 @chronicleherald
Many are mourning the loss of Nova Scotia’s beloved Shubenacadie tree, destroyed by Fiona’s winds. John DeMont wrote this piece 5 years ago about why people held it in their hearts. https://t.co/NePgXG9WxJ
25 Sep, 11:56 AM UTC
Allegedly A Show
@allegedlyashow
The morning after Hurricane Fiona in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (longer version 2/2) #Hurricane #HurricaneFiona #halifax #halifaxns #novascotia #maritimes #eastcoast #AtlanticCanada #hfx #hrm https://t.co/b4UFvw5sZa
25 Sep, 05:48 PM UTC
Mike
@midnightriderV2
I heard this morning that Hydro crews from Maine were on their way to help the crews in Nova Scotia but they were held up at the border because they didn’t have the ArriveCan App. The liberals never think things through. Instead it’s always knee jerk reactions to arising issues.
25 Sep, 05:38 PM UTC
David Piano
@ONwxchaser
Here is the geocolour satellite imagery of Superstorm Fiona over Eastern Nova Scotia as it produced wind gusts over 170km/h, catastrophic storm surge, and colossal 56FT waves. The cyclone was the deepest ever recorded in Canadian history at 931.6mb #Fiona #HurricaneFiona #NSStorm https://t.co/izOex2bho3
25 Sep, 05:44 PM UTC
CityNews Toronto
 @CityNewsTO
"Fiona definitely left a mark on the province" Nova Scotia Premier Tim Houston called the damage he saw in Cape Breton "heartbreaking" after Fiona's wrath left many homes badly damaged https://t.co/jq1759HOaW
25 Sep, 05:30 PM UTC
Rachel Gilmore
 @atRachelGilmore
As Fiona battered Nova Scotia, crews from Maine faced a hurdle at the border due to the ArriveCAN app. The issue that was only resolved once the federal government intervened, Nova Scotia Premier Tim Houston said in a briefing on Sunday. https://t.co/BNtBQy4UHf
25 Sep, 05:53 PM UTC
Alistair James 🇨🇦🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
@brundle_fly
@Maddog67589453 @JustinTrudeau It was the conservative government of Nova Scotia asking, but sure make shit up.
25 Sep, 04:15 PM UTC
Global National
 @GlobalNational
ArriveCAN delayed U.S. crews trying to help Canada as Fiona wreaked havoc: N.S. premier’s office https://t.co/ikQM0qigxs @GlobalNational's photo on Nova Scotia
25 Sep, 05:33 PM UTC
Stormwx1
@stormwx1
Wind gusts from Fiona in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and PEI. Highest wind gust of 177 km/h in Wreckhouse but notice the larger population centres in Atlantic Canada… Halifax 125, Charlottetown 131, and Sydney 149. Numerous 130-170 km/h gusts as was expected. https://t.co/2RiGf5RdAo
25 Sep, 05:40 PM UTC
Western Standard
@WSOnlineNews
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the Canadian Armed Forces will be deployed to help Nova Scotia recover from damage caused by the storm, and added he will not be travelling to Japan for a state funeral. https://t.co/iLtuuIspdA
25 Sep, 01:50 PM UTC
Rachel Gilmore
 @atRachelGilmore
ArriveCAN delayed U.S. crews trying to help Canada as Fiona wreaked havoc: N.S. premier’s office | via @aalhakim_ https://t.co/ymkzU790AB
25 Sep, 05:52 PM UTC
CBC News
 @CBCNews
Many Nova Scotians will be spending part of Sunday in temporary shelters, making insurance calls, revving up chainsaws and wielding rakes as they clean up after post-tropical storm Fiona. https://t.co/CbVwJ78VeS
25 Sep, 06:00 PM UTC
Ellen Mauro
@EMauroCBC
These cottages along Nova Scotia’s north shore stood for about 80 years, residents tell us. Destroyed by Fiona. https://t.co/t5rNhuLkaL
25 Sep, 05:52 PM UTC