In 1998, Quebec, eastern Ontario and New Brunswick suffered an ice storm that ended up being the most expensive natural disaster in Canada’s history. Over 6 days, 100mm of freezing rain fell on these regions, displacing 4 million Canadians and causing about $5.5 billion Canadian dollars in property damage.
The second most costly storm was the Calgary hailstorm, lasting 30 minutes. The hail was 10cm in diameter and caused over $342 million in damages.
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