Revelation 16:9 “They were scorched by the fierce heat, and they cursed the name of God who had power over these plagues. They did not repent and give him glory.”
- Hurricane Fiona Hits Nova Scotia as One of Region’s Strongest Storms
- Fiona, the most powerful storm of this year’s Atlantic hurricane season, roared ashore in eastern Nova Scotia early Saturday as one of the strongest systems ever to hit the region, knocking out power, toppling trees and forcing residents to flee.
- Across Nova Scotia, 414,000 households were without power, or about 80% of Nova Scotia Power’s customers. Thousands more were hit in neighboring areas as well.
- Nearby Price Edward Island was also hit by outages, and officials had urged residents to stay indoors until Sunday. “Conditions are like nothing we’ve ever seen”
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Canadian officials confirmed a magnitude 3.6 earthquake rattled Nova Scotia on the country’s independence day.
Natural Resources Canada (NRC) reported that the quake struck about 37 miles west-southwest of the town of Digby in the Gulf of Maine.
Residents say the quake lasted around 10 seconds. Helen Teed, who lives near the epicenter, told the Canadian Broadcasting Company.
“It’s an old house, and we felt the walls crackling a little bit,” Teed said. “It wasn’t shaking things off my wall, but it made the house crack. Creaking, crack, I don’t know, I’ve never experienced this before so I don’t know how to explain it.”
Mike Springer was on the golf course when it struck and looked at his watch to see it was 3:33 p.m. when the quake struck.
“Holy mackerel,” he said. “I didn’t think we had earthquakes in Nova Scotia.”
The NRC reported no damage from the quake.