Quebec election: Philippe Couillard suspends campaign to go to Gatineau after tornado

Quebec election: Philippe Couillard suspends campaign to go to Gatineau after tornado

Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard announced Friday night he’ll suspend his campaign so he is able to check out Gatineau and visit areas damaged by way of a severe storm hours earlier.

Apartment buildings are shown following a tornado torn roofs off and windows blown out following a tornado caused extensive harm to a Gatineau, On Friday quebec neighbourhood forcing a huge selection of families to evacuate their homes, September 21, 2018. A tornado damaged cars in Gatineau, Que., and houses in a residential area west of Ottawa on Friday afternoon just as much of southern Ontario saw severe thunderstorms and high gusts of wind, Environment Canada said. Fred Chartrand / THE CANADIAN PRESS

Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard announced Friday night he’ll suspend his campaign so he is able to check out Gatineau and visit areas damaged by way of a severe storm hours earlier.

A tornado damaged cars and buildings in Gatineau and caused severe damage in the eastern Ontario town of Dunrobin on Friday evening.

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