Canadians are living in darkness after the landfall.
Thousands of lakhs are facing hardships and losses due to the damage caused by the destruction after the storm.
Residents of Canada have been forced to live in darkness due to the damage caused by the storm.
According to the Canada Meteorological Department, Cyclone Fiano was so terrible and powerful that it took everything with it and left behind traces of destruction and devastation.
Hurricane Fiona made its thrust over Guysborough County on the northeast corner of main Nova Scotia early Saturday morning.
According to an estimate, the Canadian Hurricane Center says that a low pressure area formed due to which the storm is expected to cause a lot of damage in this area.
About 40 percent of the local citizens are being forced to live in the dark without electricity.