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TIMELINE: Canada's most notable tornado events over the years

Last Updated Sep 22, 2018 at 2:42 pm EDT

Betty Walsh peers through a broken window into a neighbours cabin on June 3 1985, during a cleanup operation in Barrie, Ont. The cabin was overturned by one of several tornadoes that ripped through southern Ontario north of Toronto, killing a dozen and leaving hundreds homeless. Walsh was blown out of her own home onto her front lawn but was not injured. (Tim Clark)

A tornado carved a destructive path through the Ottawa-Gatineau area on Friday, Sept. 21, tearing roofs off of homes, overturning cars and felling power lines. According to Environment Canada, Canada gets more tornadoes than any other country except the U.S. Here’s a look at some other high-profile twisters: