Hurricane Fiona to cause up to record $700 million in insured losses

TORONTO -

DBRS Morningstar estimates hurricane Fiona will cause between $300 million and $700 million in insured losses in Atlantic Canada for a record high in the region.

The credit rating agency says in a report that the amount is roughly in line with previous natural disasters in other provinces such as the flooding in B.C.

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