Environment Canada says Dunrobin tornado was region's most powerful in 116 years

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By The Ottawa Sun, October 5, 2018

The massive tornado that smashed into Dunrobin was the most powerful wind storm to strike Eastern Ontario in more than a century, according to an Environment Canada report.

In its September Ontario Review, the weather agency says the Dunrobin storm did not match the intensity of a twister that smashed into Chesterville in 1902. A slightly less powerful tornado hit Rockland a year later.

The report adds a caveat: The powerful 1978 Masson-Angers, Que., tornado crossed over briefly into rural Eastern Ontario between Cumberland and Rockland).

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