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‘We’re scared to dying’: low-income Nova Scotians struggling to restock meals after Fiona

Inside a small white house constructing in downtown New Glasgow, N.S., residents sat at the hours of darkness for days and ate peanut butter sandwiches because the meals of their fridges and freezers spoiled. Publish-tropical storm Fiona devastated their group, and lack of electrical energy and telecommunications reduce the residents of the realm off from the remainder of the province. "I by no means thought it would be in something like...