Hurricane Fiona

FFAW calling for streamlined process for harvesters applying for Hurricane Fiona relief

It’s been 5 months since Hurricane Fiona barrelled through this provinces southwest coast and today, fish harvesters say they’re still awaiting promised compensation from the provincial government.

Troy Hardy, a harvester from Burnt Islands and inshore council member for Francois to Codroy says the process for application requires everything from titles on stages, long family owned to recepts on lobster pots built by hand.

The FFAW is calling for a more streamlined process for harvesters looking to apply for compensation after losing things from stages to refrigeration equipment. 

Community rallies to find family’s treasured items in Hurricane Fiona rubble

It’s been nearly five months since Hurricane Fiona disrupted lives in southwestern Newfoundland.

But through the anguish and loss, a community has come together to help one family preserve precious memories. NTV’s Marykate O’Neill has this story.

Damage assessment still underway in Port aux Basques following Hurricane Fiona

Residents on the southwest coast are still recovering from Hurricane Fiona. 

While progress has been made towards helping displaced homeowners get their lives back in order, considerable work remains to be done. NTV’s Don Bradshaw has the latest on clean-up efforts.   

Province to provide more information to Hurricane Fiona victims

The province has provided an update regarding hurricane Fiona relief efforts.

Beginning next week, government officials will provide some property owners with information relating to their financial compensation package. The process will continue into the New Year with packages being issued to property owners as they are received and processed through the emergency services division.

Property owners will be contacted directly when their financial compensation package is available for review. The hurricane Fiona response line and email will be active during regular office hours throughout the holiday season.

Red Cross closing temporary office in Port Aux Basques dedicated Hurricane Fiona relief

After three months of helping those in Port Aux Basques devastated by Hurricane Fiona, the Canadian Red Cross is shutting down its temporary local office. But as NTV’s David Salter reports there‚Äôs still more work to be done.  

Province unveils compensation details to residents who lost their homes to Hurricane Fiona

Residents on the southwest coast who lost their homes to Hurricane Fiona found out this week how they’ll be compensated. NTV’s David Salter has more in this report.

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Port Aux Basques deals with more flooding after heavy weekend rainfall

While still dealing with the devastation from Hurricane Fiona, the town of Port Aux Basques was hit hard once again this weekend with heavy rain, which caused flooding in some areas of town. NTV’s Beth Penney has the details. 

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Ottawa’s fall economic update includes money for Hurricane Fiona-related requests

The federal government delivered its 2022 fall economic update on Thursday. As NTV’s Beth Penney reports, Ottawa is setting aside $1 billion dollars for Hurricane Fiona related assistance.

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The Ode to Newfoundland from the We Stand on Guard Again Benefit Concert

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We Stand on Guard Again raises $2 million for Hurricane Fiona relief

The We Stand on Guard Again concert for Hurricane Fiona relief has officially raised over $2 million.

The final tally came in at $2,101,097.92. A little over $1 million came in from direct donations to the event, while the federal government matched those funds.

NTV will rebroadcast the concert at 2 p.m. on Sunday.

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