With 28 deaths, Regina's June 30, 1912 tornado was the deadliest in the country's history.

So how does it compare with other killer twisters? Here's the top 10:

1. Regina, June 30, 1912, 28 dead, hundreds injured.

2. Edmonton, July 31, 1987, 27 dead, 300 injured.

3. Windsor, Ont., June 17, 1946, 17 dead.

4. Pine Lake, Alta., July 14, 2000, 12 dead, 140 injured.

5. Valleyfield, Que., Aug, 16, 1888, nine dead, 14 injured.

6. Windsor, Ont., April 3, 1974, nine dead, 30 injured.

7. Barrie, Ont., May 31, 1985, eight dead, 155 injured.

8. Sudbury, Ont., Aug. 20, 1910, six dead, 200 injured.

9. Sainte-Rose, Que, June 14, 1892, six dead, 26 injured.

10. Bouctouche, N.B., Aug. 6, 1879, five dead, 10 injured.