Hurricane Fiona: N.S. minister provides safety tips ahead of storm’s arrival says it could be ‘historical’

Nova Scotia's Minister responsible for the Emergency Management Office, John Lohr, spoke Thursday about the upcoming arrival of Hurricane Fiona, which he said is expected to be a "historical weather event" for the province, and provided various safety advice for residents. He urged people to stay home from the storm, secure outdoor items, have a 72-hour emergency kit ready, and keep away from areas in their homes that could be hit by debris. He also asked people to check in on their neighbours.