A mid-June storm affecting parts of Saskatchewan and Manitoba resulted in more than C$90 million ($68.4 million) in insured damage, according to data from Catastrophe Indices and Quantification.
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June, storm, Claims, Canada, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Catastrophe losses, Bill Adams, Insurance Bureau of Canada