Hurricane Fiona pounded Bermuda with heavy rains and winds as it swept by the island on a route that has it reaching northeastern Canada as a still-powerful storm
A motorcyclist rides past a structure turned on its side in the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona, in St. George, Bermuda.
Residents work to clear debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona, in Hamilton, Bermuda.
Vehicles drive around trees felled by Hurricane Fiona, in Hamilton, Bermuda.
Restaurant tables are turned upside down as a pedestrian walks past the patio in downtown Halifax ahead of Hurricane Fiona making landfall.
Empty shelves are seen in a grocery store as shoppers stock up on food in advance of Hurricane Fiona making landfall in Halifax.
Rick Ellerbrook double checks the lines his sailboat moored in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Hurricane Fiona is poised to become a "very powerful" post-tropical storm by the time it makes landfall in eastern Nova Scotia this weekend, forecasters said Friday.
Pedestrians shield themselves with umbrellas while walking along the Halifax waterfront as rain falls ahead of Hurricane Fiona making landfall in Halifax.
This image provided by the National Hurricane Center National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows a satellite view as Hurricane Fiona moves up the United States Atlantic coast.