As Hurricane Fiona bears down on Atlantic Canada, P.E.I. communities are taking steps to protect their citizens and infrastructure — and the mayor of Charlottetown says he is ‘praying that we get through this like we did other hurricanes.’
Fiona's footprint is obvious in images CBC drone videographer Shane Hennessey captured at the national park on P.E.I.'s North Shore on Sept. 28, 2022.
P.E.I. potato farmers say they're concerned excessive moisture in the fields caused by Fiona may lead their produce to rot in storage — though they hope that's not the case.
Tenants across P.E.I. have been trying to reach their landlords over the last few days, notifying them of damage caused by post-tropical storm Fiona and asking when it might get fixed.