Hundreds of thousands of people in Atlantic Canada remained without power Sunday after former Hurricane Fiona washed away houses, stripped off roofs and blocked roads across the country’s Atlantic provinces.
Debris from destroyed cottages litters the ground at a cottage development in the French River area of Prince Edward Island.
A boat lies on debris at the wharf in Stanley Bridge, Prince Edward Island.
Road damage at Pointe-aux-Loups is seen on the Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec.
This photo provided by Pauline Billard shows destruction caused by Hurricane Fiona in Rose Blanche, 45 kilometers (28 miles) east of Port aux Basques, Newfoundland and Labrador.
Downed power poles and trees are seen near homes in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia.
Downed power poles block a road in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia.
Road damage after Hurricane Fiona at Pointe-aux-Loups is seen on the Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec.
Two boats are beached at Stanley Bridge, Prince Edward Island.
Extensive damage is shown at the wharf in Covehead, P.E.I.
A worker walks past downed power lines and a pole caused by post-tropical storm Fiona in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.