The record rainfall experienced in the greater Toronto metropolitan region, resulted in Canada’s second billion-dollar natural disaster event of 2013 – the first being an extensive flood event that inundated the province of Alberta in June, according to a report by Aon Benfield’s catastrophe modelling centre, Impact Forecasting.
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Canada, Aon Benfield, Impact Forecasting, Catastrophe, Insurance, Steve Jakubowski, Asia, Canada, India, China