CatIQ data show that the Prairies were particularly impacted by severe weather this summer.
Now that the debris removal has begun, insurers can start planning the reconstruction jointly with the community.
IBC says this is the costliest natural disaster in the province’s history.
Five provinces hit hard.
Two winter storms caused insured damages across British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan.
The hail, rain and windstorm that hit Calgary on June 13 was the fourth highest insured damage event in Canadian history
The Halloween storm that hit Eastern Canada resulted in over $250 million in insured damage.