Nova Scotia

Fiona left its mark on Nova Scotia. How were you affected?

Nova Scotia is still recovering from post-tropical storm Fiona, more than a week after it made landfall.

Was your home damaged? How long did you lose power? CBC Nova Scotia wants to hear from you

Debris is seen in front of a home in Marshville, N.S., after post-tropical storm Fiona. (Mark Crosby/CBC)

As Nova Scotia recovers from Fiona, many people in the northern region and Cape Breton are still without power and assessing the damage left behind.

The post-tropical storm hit Nova Scotia in the early morning hours of Sept. 24, bringing intense, hurricane-strength winds, torrential rains and devastating storm surge to parts of the province. 

Hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses were left without power and telephone connection for days.

How were you affected by Fiona?

Was your home damaged? How long did you lose power? Did you lose your favourite tree?

What kind of effect has it had on your life? 

Share your experience with CBC News below. Your responses will be kept confidential, and a CBC Nova Scotia journalist may follow up with you for an upcoming story.

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