Atlantic Canada's Greatest Storms - Dan Soucoup

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Where’s there’s a storm, there’s a story, and over the centuries Atlantic Canada has experienced more than its fair share of weather related disasters. Atlantic Canada’s Greatest Storms chronicles many of the most dramatic and tragic storms that have struck the east coast, from 1745’s Grand Armada Tragedy to 2017’s Ice Storm.

The Story takes readers from the great hurricanes of the North Atlantic- including the 1775 Independence Hurricane, the Saxby Gale in 1869, and Hurricane Igor in 2010 – to the terrifying series of blizzards in 19.5 that left passenger trains stranded for days in the Annapolis Valley, to Newfoundland’s 1929 tsunami, which devastated the Burin Peninsula and carried people and homes out to sea.