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Canada preparing for effects of Hurricane Fiona

Officials in Canada have urged residents in the country's eastern provinces to prepare for coastal flooding and power outages as Hurricane Fiona makes its way to its shores.
 
Fiona is expected to hit Canada's shores by Saturday morning.
 
Hurricane Fiona, now a Category 3 storm, wreaked havoc on Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic earlier this week, leaving many still without power or running water.
 
Five people have died across the Caribbean: one in Guadeloupe, two in Puerto Rico and two in the Dominican Republic.
 
Florida also faces a separate hurricane threat after Tropical Depression Nine formed in the Caribbean Sea. 
 
Tropical Depression Nine is in its early stages and is moving on a path that could bring it to Florida next week as Hurricane Hermine, according to the National Hurricane Center.


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