TORONTO – Quebec and parts of the Maritimes are getting a lashing from superstorm Sandy after it moved through southern Ontario.
The destructive post-tropical storm is hitting parts of Canada with strong winds and heavy rain.
Forecasters say the sheer size of the huge storm is what sets it apart.
High winds claimed a life in Toronto when a woman was killed by a falling sign last night.
Here is a collection of some of the most compelling Global News videos from Hurricane Sandy:
VIDEO: Sandy makes landfall (Oct. 29)
Now a “post tropical storm,” Sandy makes landfall as a bigger, but weaker storm than its previous hurricane status. Robin Stickley reports.
VIDEO: Crane breaks on high rise midtown Manhattan (Oct. 29)
A crane has partially collapsed at a luxury high rise building that is under construction near Carnegie Hall in New York City Oct. 29. Authorities are concerned that it may plummet to the street.
RAW VIDEO: Reporter gets drenched by big waves (Oct. 29)
Large scale waves are hitting the mid-Atlantic coast as Hurricane Sandy pushes towards East Coast.
VIDEO: Flooding in Atlantic City (Oct. 29)
Parts of the American mid-Atlantic coast line are already experience flooding as Hurricane Sandy approaches.
VIDEO: Hurricane Sandy strengthens (Oct. 29)
Hurricane gains strength as it moves closer to the New Jersey coast. Danielle Leigh reports.
VIDEO: Parts of New York evacuating (Oct. 29)
There are also evacuation orders in low lying parts of New York City. Global’s Robin Stickley is in Manhattan this afternoon, as a metropolis braces for a super storm.
VIDEO: Hurricane grounds planes at Pearson (Oct. 29)
Hurricane Sandy is having a big effect on the GTA as well. Even though it hasn’t made landfall yet, it’s already causing travel chaos at Canada’s busiest airport. Marianne Dimain reports.
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