List of tornadoes by province (Canada)

This page lists all the confirmed and probable tornadoes which have touched down in Canadian provinces & territories.

On average, around 60 confirmed tornadoes touch down in Canada each year despite experts estimating closer to 200 tornadoes each year,[1] with most occurring in Southern Ontario, the southern Canadian Prairies and southern Quebec. Canada ranks as the second country in the world with the most tornadoes per year, after the United States of America. Of the average 60 confirmed tornadoes each year, Alberta and Saskatchewan both average between 14 and 18 tornadoes per season, followed by Manitoba and Ontario with normally between 8 and 14 tornadoes per season. Quebec is another recognized tornado-prone zone averaging between 4 and 8 tornadoes each year. Atlantic Canada and Interior British Columbia are also recognized tornado zones averaging between 0 and 4 tornadoes each year. The Canadian Territories are not typically seen as tornado-prone regions, however tornadoes can occur in the region. The peak season for tornadoes and severe thunderstorms in Canada is in the summer months, although tornadoes in Canada have occurred in spring, fall and very rarely winter.

In Canada, tornadoes are rated based on the damage they cause using a set of "Damage Indicators" which estimate wind speeds based on different levels of damage. Prior to April 1, 2013, the scale used to rate tornadoes in Canada was the Fujita scale. Following this day, Environment Canada started to use the Enhanced Fujita scale.[2] The most common intensities for tornadoes in Canada range between an EF0 to EF2 (F0 to F2) and usually result in minor structural damage to barns, wood fences, roof shingles, uprooted or snapped tree limbs and downed power lines. Tornadoes rated at an EF3 to EF4 (F3 to F4) have occurred in Canada, but are significantly rarer. Canada has only ever see one EF5 (F5) tornado which occurred in Elie, Manitoba.

Due to increasing detection (i.e. Doppler weather radar, social media and satellite imagery), the number of confirmed tornadoes have increased substantially in recent years. In past decades, the number of tornadoes officially counted is likely underestimated. The uptick in confirmed tornadoes is also attributed to other factors, such as improved aerial and ground damage assessment after the fact in sparsely populated areas (particularly the case in remote parts of the Canadian Prairies and Northern Ontario, for example), better trained spotter capabilities and increased use of digital recording devices by citizens. In Canada, the Northern Tornadoes Project from Western University has taken over the survey, rating, and confirmation of tornadoes in Canada.[3]

For a variety of reasons, such as Canada's lower population density and generally stronger housing construction due to the colder climate, Canadian tornadoes have historically caused far fewer fatalities than tornadoes in other parts of the world.

Tornadoes in Canada are enough of a threat for a public warning system to be in place, overseen by the national weather agency, Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC). With connections between Environment Canada and the Government of Canada, AlertReady is used for the public alerting method for various public hazards.

AlbertaEdit

List of Alberta tornadoesEdit

1880sEdit

1893Edit

1890sEdit

1893Edit

  • April 4 - An unrated tornado touched down in Lethbridge, Alberta resulting in damage to local store fronts.[5]
1897Edit

1900sEdit

1905Edit
  • July 12 - An unrated tornado touched down near Pine Lake, Alberta, southeast of Red Deer, Alberta resulting in significant, but narrow damage. At the peak width, the tornado was only 20 m (22 yd) to 22 m (24 yd) wide. Various farm properties sustained damage with a house losing its roof and nearby buildings remaining untouched. The track of the tornado could be seen through fields and forests. The tornado briefly became a tornadic waterspout as it crossed Pine Lake.[7][8][9]
1906Edit
1907Edit
  • August 14 - An unrated tornado touched down on the Battle River, 32.2 km (20.0 mi) south of Vermilion, Alberta. The tornado struck and a destroyed a house, stables and corrals. Three children died.[12]
1909Edit

1910sEdit

1911Edit

  • March 13 - An unrated tornado touched down near Macleod, Alberta resulting in minor damage to structures. The tornado occurred after a week-long Chinook.[18]
  • June 30 - An unrated tornado touched down near Winnifred, Alberta. The tornado did considerable damage to barns and homes, completely destroying a 10x60 barn and twisting farm machinery.[19][20]
  • Week before July 10 - An unrated tornado touched down near Strome, Alberta resulting in minimal damage to a couple windows and small barns. The tornado only lasted a few seconds.[21]
  • August 11 - An unrated tornado touched down in Black Diamond, Alberta resulting in major damage. The tornado was 0.4 km (0.25 mi) wide and tore apart trees, homes, and farms in its path. A granary was picked up shredded apart. The tornado was accompanied by large and damaging hail.[22]
1915Edit
  • June 25 - An unrated tornado touched down causing widespread destruction in Grassy Lake, Alberta and Redcliff, Alberta.[23] The industrial section in Redcliff, Alberta was the worst impacted with the tornado levelling the newly built knitting mill, the town's rolling mill and the cigar factory with other factories receiving substantial damage. Houses across the community were badly damaged with roofs collapsed and ripped off and walls collapsing in.[24] A fright train was also blown off the tracks.[23] In Grassy Lake, Alberta, the business section was destroyed with two lumber yards wiped out.[23] According to the Medicine Hat News from June 26, 1915, there were five deaths in total from the tornado with three occurring in Grassy Lake, Alberta and no deaths in Redcliff, Alberta. They also report four injuries in Redcliff, Alberta.[24] Other sources indicate that the deaths range from zero to two and that the injuries range from twelve to 'many'.[23][25][26]
  • July 14 - An unrated tornado touched down in the Sunset District, 19.3 km (12.0 mi) west of Nanton, Alberta. A school was shifted 15.25 m (50.0 ft) off its foundation and twisted around. The front of the school was badly damaged. Several farm buildings 0.8 km (0.50 mi) south of the school were levelled.[26][27]
Date Location of impact(s) Strength Death Injuries Damage Other notes

1918Edit

1918 Vermilion Not rated ~3
  • Woman was carried over 27 m (30 yd).[28]

1927Edit

1927, July 7 Vulcan Not rated
  • A curling rink was destroyed
  • Damaged a dairy farm and a granary
  • Significant town damage

1936Edit

1936, July 6 Lavoy Not rated
  • Building damage
[29]

1950Edit

1950, September 1 Not rated
  • Damaged crops
  • Damaged farm buildings

1966Edit

1966, June 10 Nanton Not rated
  • Tree damage
[30]

1972Edit

1972, July 28 Bawlf Not rated ~3
  • Destroyed farm buildings
  • Destroyed a two-story house
[30]

1980Edit

1980, May 23 Schuler F0 [31]
1980, May 23 Hilda F1 [31]
1980, May 25 F1
1980, May 25 Hilda F0 [31]
1980, June 2 Grassy Lake F0 [31]
1980, June 11 Foremost F1 [31]
1980, July 14 Sylvan Lake F0 [31]
1980, August 10 Aldersyde F0 [31]

1981Edit

1981, June 5 Landonville F1 [31]
1981, June 5 Clandonald F0 [31]
1981, June 6 Clandonald F0 [31]
1981, July 13 West Edmonton F1 [31]
1981, July 14 Boyle F0 [31]
1981, July 15 Rivière Qui Barre F2 [31]
1981, July 25 Sangudo F0 [31]

1982Edit

1982, May 7 Coutts F0 [31]
1982, May 13 Mayerthorpe F1 [31]
1982, May 13 Fort Assiniboine F0 [31]
1982, May 29 Magnolia F0 [31]
1982, June 2 Gainford F1 [31]
1982, June 6 Entwistle F1 [31]
1982, June 30 Southeast of Rocky Mountain House F3 ~1
  • Destroyed a mobile home
  • Estimated C$500,000 of damage
[31][28]
1982, June 30 North of Viking F2 [31]
1982, June 30 F1
1982, July 1 Consort F1 [31]
1982, July 6 Langdon F0 [31]
1982, July 11 Clive F0 [31]
1982, July 14 F0
1982, July 14 F1
1982, July 18 Lucky Lake F0 [31]
1982, July 30 Rocky Mountain House F0 [31]
1982, August 11 F0
1982, August 15 Vauxhall F0 [31]
1982, September 10 Calgary F1 [31]

1983Edit

1983, July 8 Blackfoot Not rated [32]

1984Edit

1984, June 29 Athabasca Not rated ~1
  • Destroying granaries
  • Destroying farm equipment

1986Edit

1986, June 18 High Prairie Not rated
  • Roof damage
1986, June 30 Not rated
  • Destroyed a storage shed
1986, July 9 Penhold

Sylvan Lake

Not rated
  • Two tornadoes near Penhold
  • One tornado near Sylvan Lake[33]

1987Edit

1987, July 31 Edmonton F4 ~27 ~253
1987, July 31 Southeast Edmonton F1 [31][34][35]
1987, July 31 F2
  • Estimated C$40,000 of damage
1987, July 31 Edmonton Area

Central Alberta

F0

1989Edit

1989, July 27 Edmonton F1
  • Estimated C$500,000 of damage
[31][38][39]

1993Edit

1993, July 29 Holden F3
1993, July 29 Northeast of Lac La Biche F1
1993, July 29 Falun F0

1998Edit

1998, July 19 Daysland Not rated
  • Damaged power lines

2000Edit

2000, July 14 Pine Lake F3 ~12
  • Estimated C$13,000,000 of damage
  • Fourth deadliest tornado in Canadian history[37]
2000, July 23 Marwayne F3
  • Destroyed one home
[40]
2000, July 26 Wabamun Not rated
2000, August 1 Viking Not rated
2000, August 6 Elnora Not rated
2000, August 9 Sangudo Not rated

2001Edit

2001, July 13 Caroline Not rated [41]

2003Edit

2003, July 11 Westlock County Not rated
2003, August 13 Wabamun Not rated Few [42]

2004Edit

2004, April 18 Raymond Not rated
2004, June 13 Vulcan Not rated [43]
2004, July 8 Grande Prairie F2
  • Damage to homes and businesses
[44]
2004, July 11 Andrew Not rated

2005Edit

2005, June 4 Not rated
  • Tree damage
  • Four cold-core funnels briefing touch the ground
2005, June 21 Lethbridge Not rated [45]

2007Edit

2007, June 22 EF5 Struck Elie (40km (25 mi) West of Winnipeg
2007, June 25 Standard Not rated
  • Destroyed a barn
2007, July 8 Mayerthorpe Not rated
2007, July 23 Not rated
  • No major damage
  • Tornado involved all the places listed

2008Edit

2008, June 6 Heisler Not rated
  • Minor damage
[30][46]
2008, June 10 Wabamun Not rated
2008, June 22 Viking Not rated
  • Tree and fence damage
[47]
2008, July 6 Airdrie Not rated [48]
2008, July 15 Vulcan F1
  • Damaged two granaries
[49]
2008, July 16 Edmonton F0 [31]

2009Edit

2009, May 31 Southeast of Lloydminster F0 [31]
2009, June 25 Northeast of Hanna F1
  • Barn roof damage
[50]
2009, June 25 Cairns F0
  • Siding and shingles damage
[50]
2009, July 4 Red Deer F1
  • Tree damage
[51]
2009, August 1 Airdrie F0 [31]

2010Edit

2010, June 29 Whitecourt Not rated
2010, July 30 Sundre Not rated
2010, August 22 Grande Prairie Not rated

2011Edit

2011, July 7 Not rated
  • Farms destroyed
  • Trees damaged
2011, July 13 Southwest Calgary F0 [53]

2012Edit

2012, June 5 Not rated
  • At least one confirmed tornado and three unconfirmed tornadoes.[54]
2012, June 9 Stettler Not rated
  • Minor damage
[55]
2012, July 3 Southwest of Olds F1
  • House and barn damage
[56][30]
2012, July 28 Cremona Not rated
  • Farm damage
[57]

2013Edit

2013, June 12 Pigeon Lake Not rated
  • Became a waterspout[28]
2013, June 19 Pakowki Lake Not rated
2013, July 4 Stavely Not rated
2013, July 24 Okotoks Not rated

2014Edit

2014, June 13 Northwest of Gleichen Not rated [58]
2014, June 27 Cremona Not rated [59]
2014, June 29 Wainwright Not rated

2015Edit

2015, June 4 Airdrie EF0 [60]
2015, June 21 Cochrane Not rated [61]
2015, July 22 Not rated
2015, August 5 Langdon Not rated [63]
2015, August 6 Foremost Not rated [64]
2015, September 13 Didsbury Not rated

2016Edit

2016, April 13 Calgary EF0 [65]
2016, June 30 Ponoka EF1
  • Damaged homes
[66]
2016, July 1 West of Didsbury EF0 [66]
2016, July 2
EF0
  • Tree damage
2016, July 3 Hardisty EF1
  • Damaged farm
[66]
2016, July 6 Monitor EF0
2016, July 13 Endiang EF0 [67]
2016, July 17 Okotoks EF0
  • Minor damage
[68]
2016, August 4 Vermilion Not rated [69]
2016, August 10 Schuler Not rated [70]
2016, August 21 Edson EF0 [71]

2017Edit

2017, June 2 Three Hills EF1
  • Tree and roof damage
[72]
2017, June 9 Mannville EF0 [73]
2017, July 1 Sangudo EF0 [74]
2017, July 9 Sunchild First Nation EF0 [75]
2017, July 10 Northwest of Calgary International Airport EF0 [76]
2017, July 13 Breton EF1
  • Tree and roof damage
[77]
2017, July 13 Athabasca EF0 [77]
2017, October 7 Jenner EF0 [78]

2018Edit

2018, May 24 Calmar EF0 [79]
2018, June 9 St. Paul Not rated [80]

2019Edit

2019, April 24 Peers EF0
  • Damaged a fence
  • Damaged a shed
[81]
2019, June 14 Seven Persons EF0 [82]
2019, June 23 North of Fort Macleod EF0 [82]
2019, June 25 2 km south of Sexsmith EF0 [82]
2019, June 26 Millet EF0 [82]
2019, June 29 15 km east of Lac La Biche EF0 29-millimetre sized hail reported[83]
2019, June 29 20 km southeast of Slave Lake EF0 [83]
2019, June 29 Cold Lake EF0 Dissipated about 10 minutes after formation[83]
2019, July 8 75 km south of Grande Prairie EF0 Touched down at around 4:40pm[84]
2019, July 14 Northeast of Crossfield EF0 Touched down at around 2:15pm[85]

List of Alberta tornado strengthsEdit

Not rated F0 (EF0) F1 (EF1) F2 (EF2) F3 (EF3) F4 (EF4) F5 (EF5)
~65 ~64 ~28 ~5 ~4 ~1 ~0

British ColumbiaEdit

List of British Columbia tornadoesEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Death Injuries Damage Other notes

1926Edit

1926, July 12 Lac la Hache Not rated
  • Destroyed farm buildings
  • Damaged trees

1955Edit

1955, April 25 Nanaimo Not rated
  • Minor damage

1962Edit

1962, July 1 Vancouver Not rated

1966Edit

1966, March 7 Ucluelet Not rated
  • Significant damage

1988Edit

1988, May 1 Vancouver Not rated

2020Edit

2020, May 21 Victoria EF0 [86]

2021Edit

2021, November 6 UBC Point Grey Campus EF0 0 0
  • Downed trees, power lines, and trolley bus wires
  • Damage to vehicles
  • Road closures and reroutes to bus services
[87][88][89]

List of British Columbia tornado strengthsEdit

Not rated F0 (EF0) F1 (EF1) F2 (EF2) F3 (EF3) F4 (EF4) F5 (EF5)
~5 ~2 ~0 ~0 ~0 ~0

ManitobaEdit

List of Manitoba tornadoesEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Death Injuries Damage Other notes

1922Edit

1922, June 22 Southern Manitoba Not rated ~5 Hundreds
  • Estimated C$2,000,000 of damage
  • Multiple tornadoes
  • Damage costs are in dollars of the time[36]

1958Edit

1958, January 1 Amaranth Not rated [90]

1959Edit

1959, June 6 La Salle Not rated
  • Destroyed a garage

1977Edit

1977, July 18 St. Malo F4 ~3
  • Destroyed houses and barns
  • Peeled asphalt off Highway 59

1980Edit

1980, April 6 St-Malo F0 [31]
1980, May 28 Morden F0 [31]
1980, July 26 Pinaymootang First Nation, in Fairford F0 [31]
1980, July 29 Bowsman F0 [31]

1981Edit

1981, June 4 Melita F0 [31]
1981, July 3 Grandview F0 [31]
1981, July 14 Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes F0 [31]
1981, August 30 Plumas F0 [31]

1982Edit

1982, July 16 F0
1982, August 14 Decker F0 [31]

1984Edit

1984, July 8 Not rated

1992Edit

1992, June 24 Not rated
  • Five tornadoes

1994Edit

1994, July 10 Turtle Mountain F4
  • Estimated over C$1,000,000 of damage

1995Edit

1995, June 20 Manitoba Not rated
  • Thunderstorms throughout Manitoba produced one tornado

2006Edit

2006, July 14 Gretna Not rated
  • Damaged crops, trees and a shed
2006, August 5 Gull Lake F2 ~1
2006, August 20 La Broquerie F2
  • Destroyed a house

2007Edit

2007, June 22–23 Elie F5
  • Destroyed four homes
  • Damaged a flour mill
2007, June 22–23 F3
2007, June 22–23 Southern Manitoba Not rated

2008Edit

2008, May 25 Altona Not rated
2008, May 31 Niverville Not rated [96][97]
2008, June 9 Morris Not rated

[98]

2008, June 27 Not rated
2008, July 7 Turtle Mountain Provincial Park Not rated
  • Sunk boats
  • Damaged docks
[100][101]
2008, September 1 La Broquerie Not rated
  • Minor damage
[102]

2009Edit

2009, June 1 Winnipeg F0 [31]
2009, July 4 Swan River F0 [31]
2009, July 7 Valhalla F0 [31]
2009, July 31 Telford F0 [31]

2010Edit

2010, June 22 Woodlands Not rated
  • Destroyed a garage
  • Damaged a house
2010, June 23 Rosser Not rated
  • Additional funnel clouds were reported throughout the region
2010, July 13 Carman Not rated [103]
2010, July 26 Oakbank Not rated

2011Edit

2011, May 28 St. Adolphe Not rated
  • Likely an F0 but unconfirmed rating
2011, September 18 East of Winnipeg Not rated

2013Edit

2013, July 13 Not rated
  • Damaged homes
  • Overturned mobile homes
  • Tree damage
2013, July 21 Between Boissevain and Deloraine Not rated [105]
2013, July 24 Morris Not rated [106]

2014Edit

2014, July 5 Hartney Not rated [107]
2014, July 26 Not rated
  • Three tornadoes (two near Waterhen and one near La Salle)[108]

2015Edit

2015, June 24 Near Manitou EF0
2015, July 12 Ninette Not rated [110]
2015, July 18 Winnipeg Beach Not rated [111]
2015, July 27 Tilston EF2
  • Damaged a farm
  • Overturned trucks
  • Bridge damage
  • Longest lived tornado documented in Canada[112]
2015, August 7 Anola Not rated [113]

2016Edit

2016, May 31 Miami EF0 [114]
2016, June 3 Southwest of Elgin Not rated [115]
2016, June 19 Southwest of Grand Rapids Not rated [116]
2016, July 20 Long Plain First Nation EF1
  • House damage
  • Tree damage
[117]
2016, July 20 Hartney

Souris

Not rated
2016, July 23 Russell Not rated [118]
2016, July 31 Camperville Not rated [119]
2016, August 3 Not rated ~150 sheep
  • Minor building damage
  • Tree damage
2016, August 8 EF2
  • Overturned school bus
  • Damaged homes
  • Destroyed a home
2016, August 8 South of Russell EF0 [121][122][123]
2016, August 8 Elphinstone Not rated [121][122][123]
2016, August 24 Eddystone Not rated [124]

2017Edit

2017, June 21 Sapotaweyak Cree Nation EF0 [125]

2018Edit

2018, June 14 South of Waskada Not rated [126]
2018, June 30 Pauingassi First Nation EF0 [127]
2018, July 1 Lake Manitoba Not rated
2018, July 22 Lake of the Prairies Not rated
2018, August 3 EF4 ~1
  • Destroyed and damaged mul
  • De-barked and ripped trees
  • Overturned mobile homes, vehicles, and farming equipment
  • Threw vehicles and mobile homes into Lake Manitoba
  • Recorded to be on the ground between 20 and 45 minutes
  • Became a waterspout following the destructive trail
  • First EF4 in Canada since switching to the Enhanced Fujita scale[131][132][133][134][135][136]

2020Edit

2020,

June 29

Rapid City F2
  • Buildings demolished
  • Trees snapped
2020,

August 8

Virden F3
  • 2 dead
  • Barn destroyed
  • Trees snapped
2020

August 13

Alexander Not Rated
2020,

August 21

Shoal Lake Not Rated

List of Manitoba tornado strengthsEdit

Not rated F0 (EF0) F1 (EF1) F2 (EF2) F3 (EF3) F4 (EF4) F5 (EF5)
~59 ~25 ~1 ~6 ~3 ~3 ~1

New BrunswickEdit

List of New Brunswick tornadoesEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Death Injuries Damage Other notes

1879Edit

1879, August 3 Bouctouche F3 ~5 ~10
  • Easternmost major tornado in North America
  • Tenth deadliest tornado in Canadian history[37]

1980Edit

1980, August 9 Maple Green F0 [31]

1981Edit

1981, July 8 Scotchtown F2
  • Estimated C$10,000 of damage
[31]

1982Edit

1982, July 19 Bathurst F1 [31]

1989Edit

1989, August 14 Carlisle Not rated
  • Three tornadoes

1995Edit

1995, July 26 Fredericton Not rated
  • Building damage

1997Edit

1997, July 24 Grand Falls F2

2002Edit

2002, July 4 F1
  • Damaged trees
  • Damaged homes
  • Damaged businesses

2006Edit

2006, July 4 Glassville, New Brunswick F1
  • Structure and forest damage
2006, August 15 Pokemouche to Evangeline F1
  • Tree damage

2007Edit

2007, June 26 Petitcodiac Not rated
  • Playground equipment damage
2007, August 3 White Rapids F2
  • Farm building damage

2013Edit

2013, July 20 EF1
  • Several buildings were damaged
  • Trees damaged
[137]

List of New Brunswick tornado strengthsEdit

Not rated F0 (EF0) F1 (EF1) F2 (EF2) F3 (EF3) F4 (EF4) F5 (EF5)
~5 ~1 ~4 ~3 ~1 ~0 ~0

Newfoundland and LabradorEdit

List of Newfoundland and Labrador tornadoesEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Death Injuries Damage Other notes

2007Edit

2007, July 29 Gander Bay F0
  • Flipped some snowmobile trailers
[138]

List of Newfoundland and Labrador tornado strengthsEdit

Not rated F0 (EF0) F1 (EF1) F2 (EF2) F3 (EF3) F4 (EF4) F5 (EF5)
~0 ~1 ~0 ~1 ~0 ~0 ~0

Northwest TerritoriesEdit

List of Northwest Territories tornadoesEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Death Injuries Damage Other notes

1978Edit

1978, July 30 Yellowknife F2
  • Severe damage to weakly built houses
  • Toppled a tower
[139]

2006Edit

2006, ? Caribou and Blanchet islands on Great Slave Lake ? [140]

2015Edit

2015, ? Great Slave Lake near Hay River ? Waterspout[140]

2019Edit

2019, June 2 Fort Smith EF1
  • Multiple sheds flipped
  • Severe damage to roofs and nearby trees

List of Northwest Territories tornado strengthsEdit

Not rated F0 (EF0) F1 (EF1) F2 (EF2) F3 (EF3) F4 (EF4) F5 (EF5)
~0 ~0 ~1 ~1 ~0 ~0 ~0

Nova ScotiaEdit

List of Nova Scotia tornadoesEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Death Injuries Damage Other notes

1954Edit

1954, January 30 White Point F1
  • Snapped trees
  • Damaged cabins
  • Barn destroyed
[141][142]

1955Edit

1955, July 18 Tidnish Area F1 [142]

1980Edit

1980, July 22 Roseway F0 [142]
1980, August 16 Northport F0 [142]

1997Edit

1997, June 24 Lantz F0 [142]

1999Edit

1999, August 18 Pugwash F0
  • Localized structural damage
[142]

2016Edit

2016, August 7 Grand Mira South EF0 [142]

2021Edit

2021, June 30 Stewiacke EF1
  • Barn damage
[142]
  • Nova Scotia's strongest tornado in 41 years
2021, July 22 Antrim EF0 [142]

List of Nova Scotia tornado strengthsEdit

Not rated F0 (EF0) F1 (EF1) F2 (EF2) F3 (EF3) F4 (EF4) F5 (EF5)
~0 ~6 ~3 ~0 ~0 ~0 ~0

NunavutEdit

List of Nunavut tornadoesEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Death Injuries Damage Other notes

List of Nunavut tornado strengthsEdit

Not rated F0 (EF0) F1 (EF1) F2 (EF2) F3 (EF3) F4 (EF4) F5 (EF5)
~0 ~0 ~0 ~0 ~0 ~0 ~0

OntarioEdit

List of Ontario tornadoesEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Death Injuries Damage Other notes

1792Edit

1792, June 30 Between Fonthill and Port Robinson Not rated
  • Leveled houses
  • Damaged trees
  • Damaged trees along "Hurricane Road"[143]

1829Edit

1829, April 18 Between Collingwood and Niagara-on-the-Lake Not rated
  • Damaged a saloon
  • Many tornadoes
1829, June 2 Guelph Not rated
  • Strong tornado
1829, August 7 Galt Not rated ~1

1860Edit

1860, May 19 Aurora Not rated
  • Houses damaged
  • Tree damage

1880Edit

1880, June 10 Listowel Not rated

1884Edit

1884, May 15 Elora

Mapleton

F4
  • Destroyed barns and stables
  • Damaged a church

1885Edit

1885, June 7 Not rated
  • Damaged houses and orchards

1888Edit

1888, June 6 Cornwall Not rated ~3
  • Destroyed houses
  • Destroyed barns
  • Destroyed outbuildings
1888, August 16 South Glengarry Not rated ~9 ~16
  • Damaged property
  • Tornado passed into Quebec
  • Fifth deadliest tornado in Canadian history[37]

1892Edit

1892, June 29 London Not rated
  • Destroyed barns
  • Destroyed outbuildings

1898Edit

1898, September 26 Merritton Not rated ~5 Dozens

1923Edit

1923, June 24 Not rated

1946Edit

1946, June 17 F4 ~17
  • Estimated over C$9,000,000 of damage
  • Fifth deadliest tornado in Canadian history[37][143]
1946, June 24 F3
1946, December 12 Exeter F2

1948Edit

1948, March 19 Windsor Not rated

1953Edit

1953, May 21 Sarnia F4 ~7 Over 68

1967Edit

1967, April 17
F3
  • Estimated over C$8,200,000 of damage
  • Two tornadoes
1967, April 17 Southwestern Ontario F0 ~1
  • Two tornadoes

1970Edit

1970, August 20 F3 ~6 Over 200
  • Estimated C$17,000,000 of damage
  • Eighth deadliest tornado in Canadian history[37][144]

1972Edit

1972, July 22 Algonquin Provincial Park Not rated

1973Edit

1973, July 13 Brighton Not rated ~1
  • Damaged city hall
  • Damaged a church
  • Destroyed most trees
[145]
1973, August 27 Algonquin Provincial Park Not rated

1974Edit

1974, April 3 Windsor F3 ~9 Over 20
  • Estimated C$500,000 of damage
  • Sixth deadliest tornado in Canadian history[37][144]

1979Edit

1979, August 7 F4 ~2 Over 150
  • Estimated over C$100,000,000 of damage
  • Two tornadoes
1979, August 7 Woodstock F0

1980Edit

1980, May 5 Stratford F1 [31]
1980, May 31 Between Georgetown to Woodbridge F0
  • Estimated C$900,000 of damage
[31]
1980, June 9 Whitby F0 [31]
1980, July 15 Wellesley F0
  • Estimated C$50,000 of damage
[31]
1980, July 16 LaSalle F1
  • Estimated C$500,000 of damage
[31]
1980, August 8 Wheatley F1 [31]
1980, August 11 F0
  • Estimated C$20,000 of damage
1980, August 14 London F2
  • Estimated C$100,000 of damage
[31]
1980, August 14 F0
1980, August 25 Neskantaga First Nation F0 [31]
1980, September 2 Jarratt F3 [31]
1980, September 2 South Lancaster F1 [31]
1980, September 2 Houghton Centre F0 [31]
1980, September 22 F1
1980, September 22 F0
1980, September 25 Teeswater F2 [31]

1981Edit

1981, March 30 Bothwell F1 [31]
1981, March 30 Hickson F0 [31]
1981, June 3 Midland F0 [31]
1981, June 6 Near Harcourt F1 [31]
1981, June 10 Near Acton F0 [31]
1981, July 18 Near Bond Head, Ontario [clarification needed] F0 [31]
1981, July 19 F0
1981, August 4 Bradford F0 [31]
1981, August 8 Brantford F0 [31]
1981, August 11 Niagara-on-the-Lake F0
  • Estimated C$200,000 of damage
[31]
1981, September 10 Shannonville F1 [31]
1981, September 10 F0

1982Edit

1982, May 28 Dobbinton F0
  • Estimated C$2,000 of damage
[31]
1982, June 15 Strathroy F1 [31]
1982, June 15 F0
1982, June 22 Mississauga F1 [31]
1982, June 22 Exeter F0 [31]
1982, July 18 Crowes Landing F0 [31]
1982, August 8 Cochrane F0
  • Estimated C$100,000 of damage
[31]
1982, August 19 Mattawa F0
1982, August 25 F1

1983Edit

1983, May 2 F2 ~1
  • Estimated C$1,000,000 of damage
1983, May 2 Reece's Corners F4 ~13
  • Estimated C$20,000,000 of damage
  • Destroyed 15-25 buildings
[31][146]
1983, May 2 Rexdale F0
  • Estimated over C$1,200,000 of damage

1984Edit

1984, June 18 Westport Not rated
  • Damaged a few buildings
1984, August 14 Toronto Not rated
  • Estimated millions of damage
[31]
1984, September 2 Not rated ~30
  • Six unrated tornadoes[31]

1985Edit

1985, May 31 Barrie F4 ~8 Hundreds
  • Destroyed over 300 buildings
  • Estimated C$100,000,000 of damage
  • Seventh deadliest tornado in Canadian history[37]
1985, May 31 F4 ~4
1985, May 31 F3
  • Two tornadoes
1985, May 31 F2
  • Two tornadoes
1985, May 31 F1
  • Four tornadoes
1985, May 31 Leamington F0
1985, July 7 Mississauga F1 ~10
  • Estimated C$400,000 of damage
1985, September 7 Big Rideau Lake Not rated ~1
1985, October 4 Wheatley Not rated

1986Edit

1986, June 16 Brady Lake to Maynooth F3
1986, June 16 Southern Ontario Not rated
  • Two tornadoes

1987Edit

1987, July 22 Foam Lake F1

1990Edit

1990, August 28 F3
  • Killed several horses
  • Destroyed houses
  • Destroyed barns
[147]
1990, August 28 Komoka F2
  • Destroyed a church
1990, August 28 Kendal F1

1991Edit

1991, March 27 Sarnia Not rated
  • Estimated C$25,000,000 of damage
[90]

1994Edit

1994, August 4 Carp Not rated

1995Edit

1995, July 15 Near Bridgenorth, Ontario F2 ~1
  • Overturned a houseboat
1995, July 15 Central Ontario Not rated
  • Five tornadoes
1995, August 14 Barrie Not rated

1996Edit

1996, April 20 Grey, Wellington and Dufferin counties F3 ~9
  • Significant property damage
  • Two tornadoes
1996, May 20 Stoney Creek Not rated

1997Edit

1997, July 2 Essex and Kent Counties F1
  • Minor structure damage

1998Edit

1998, June 2 Holbrook F1
  • Damaged many buildings including a church
  • Funnel cloud reports throughout the area

1999Edit

1999, August 4 Burlington F2

2000Edit

2000, May 5 Hazzards Corners F0
  • Minor damage
2000, May 9 North of Amherstburg F1
  • Tree damage
2000, May 9 Malden Centre F0
  • Damaged shed
2000, May 23 Appin F2
  • Several pigs
  • Damaged a pig barn
  • Damaged homes
2000, May 24 Gloucester F1
  • Damaged trees
  • Damaged a gas station
2000, July 17 Guelph F2 ~1
  • Estimated over C$2,000,000 of damage
[148]
2000, July 17 Near Melduf F1
  • Damaged trees
  • Damaged crops
[148]
2000, July 17 Waterdown Not rated [148]
2000, August 9 Tilbury F1
  • Destroyed a barn
  • Damaged a few homes

2001Edit

2001, June 8 Upper Manitou Lake F0
  • Major tree damage
[149]
2001, July 4 F0
2001, July 4 Fenelon Falls F1
  • Knocked over a silo

2002Edit

2002, May 31 North Bay Not rated
  • Two tornadoes
2002, June 23 Ottawa Not rated
2002, July 28 Halfway Lake Provincial Park Not rated ~4

2004Edit

2004, May 22 Mitchell F2
2004, May 22 Gad's Hill F3
  • Extreme property damage
2004, June 9 Escott F1 ~1
  • Destroyed garage
  • Destroyed a barn
  • Tree damage
2004, August 10 Burnstown F1
  • Barn damage
  • Destroyed a shed
  • Damaged trees
[150]

2005Edit

2005, August 19 F2
  • Destroyed and damaged homes and businesses
  • Damaged and destroyed trees
2005, August 19 Tavistock F1
2005, November 9 Hamilton F1
  • Damaged school
  • Damaged homes
  • Damaged businesses

2006Edit

2006, July 17 Newmarket F1
2006, July 17 Newmarket F0
2006, August 2 F0
  • Five tornadoes
2006, August 2 F1
  • Destroyed bridge
  • Three tornadoes
2006, August 2 F2
  • Damaged train cars
  • Destroyed trees
  • Damaged trailer site
  • Estimated over C$1,000,000 of damage
  • Destroyed barns
  • Two tornadoes

2007Edit

2007, May 15 Mitchell F1
  • Minor damage
2007, July 8 Mildmay F1
  • Another unconfirmed tornado was sighted in the area
2007, September 11 Batchawana Bay F0
  • Property damage
[151]

2008Edit

2008, June 6 Echo Bay F0
  • Damaged warehouse
[152]
2008, June 8 Ruthven F1
2008, June 8 Not rated
  • Two tornadoes
  • One unconfirmed tornado near Strathroy
2008, June 22 Bryanston F0
  • Damaged pig barn
  • Damaged trees
[152]
2008, July 22 Welland F0 [153]
2008, July 26 Coboconk F1

2009Edit

2009, April 25 F0
  • Damaged trees and hydro poles
  • Destroyed roofs
  • Damaged planes
2009, April 25 Breslau F1
  • Damaged a barn
  • Damaged a silo
  • Damaged trees
[154]
2009, June 25 Avon F2
  • Damaged roof
[154][155]
2009, June 25 F1
  • Minor damage
2009, July 3 Verona F0
  • Minor damage
[156]
2009, July 7 Estaire F0 [31]
2009, July 9 F1
  • Damaged homes
  • Snapped trees
2009, July 9 Fisherman's Cove Resort F2 ~3 Few [157][158][159]
2009, July 26 Woodstock F0
  • Damaged a tree
[160]
2009, August 20 Between New Lowell and Edenvale Not rated [161]
2009, August 20 F0 ~1
  • Damaged parks
  • Damaged homes
  • Damaged trees
2009, August 20 F1
  • Damaged parks
  • Damaged homes
  • Damaged trees
2009, August 20 F2 1
  • Damaged parks
  • Damaged homes
  • Damaged trees
  • Estimated at C$ 100,000,000[162]
  • Eighteen tornadoes
  • 69,000 Hydro One customers lost power
  • Most tornadoes seen in one region in Canadian history
2009, August 22 Markham F0
  • Minor damage
[163]
2009, September 28 Bowmanville F1
  • Damaged barns
  • Damaged trees
[164]

2010Edit

2010, June 6 Leamington F1
  • Estimated over C$1,000,000 of damage
[165]
2010, June 6 F1
2010, June 23 Rowntree Beach F2 ~0-15
  • Damaged trees
2010, June 23 West of Washago F1 ~0-15
  • An unconfirmed tornado was reported in Essex
2010, June 27 Not rated
  • Two tornadoes
2010, July 23 Amherstburg F0
  • Damaged trees
  • Damaged homes
  • An unconfirmed tornado was reported near Ruthven

2011Edit

2011, April 27 Fergus F0
  • Damaged trees
  • Damaged buildings
[166]
2011, July 23 Wyoming F2
  • Towers blown over
  • Destroyed a barn
  • Damaged hydro poles
[167]
2011, August 8 Plattsville F0
2011, August 16 F1
  • Tree damage
  • Four tornadoes
2011, August 21 Goderich F3 ~1 ~40+
  • Damaged trees
  • Destroyed downtown
  • Damaged and destroyed homes
  • Damaged salt mine
2011, August 21 Gananoque F1
  • Destroyed a shed
  • Damaged trees
2011, August 24 F1
  • Damaged trees
  • Two tornadoes
2011, August 24 Neustadt F0
  • Tree damage
[168]
2011, August 24 Cambridge F1
  • Tree damage, damage to homes
[169]
2011, September 3 Grimsby F0
  • Destroyed gazebo
  • Damaged trees

2012Edit

2012, May 22 Orono F0 [170]
2012, May 29 Bourget F0
  • Tree damage
  • Minor roof damage
[171]
2012, June 18 Sioux Lookout F1
  • Tree damage
[172]
2012, July 17 Athens F1
  • Tree damage
  • Damaged buildings
[173]
2012, July 17 Summerstown F0
  • Tree damage
  • Crop damage
[173]
2012, July 22 Embro F0 [174]
2012, August 11 Midland F0
2012, September 8 Odessa F2
  • Destroyed a workshop
[175]
2012, September 11 Wellington F0
  • Minor damage
[176]

2013Edit

2013, April 18 Near Shelburne EF1
  • Destroyed a large stable
[177]
2013, May 21 Glenarm EF2
  • Roof destroyed
[178]
2013, May 21 Elmvale

Dalston

EF0
  • Minor damage
2013, May 22 Highway 401 near Mallorytown. EF0
  • Re-located a truck
2013, May 29 Casselman EF0
2013, June 1 Kenilworth EF0 [180]
2013, June 16 Near Beaver Lake EF0
2013, June 28 Springwater EF0 [181]
2013, July 18 North of Massey EF1
  • House damaged
  • Tree damage
[182]
2013, July 19 Near Teviotdale EF0 [183]
2013, July 29 Ottawa EF0 [184]
2013, August 1 Carleton Place EF0 [185]
2013, August 2 Magiskan Lake EF0 [183]
2013, August 7 EF0
2013, August 7 North of Haliburton EF1
  • Damaged trees
[186][187]
2013, September 1
EF0
2013, November 23 Prescott EF1
  • Damaged farm silo
[183]

2014Edit

2014, May 13 Mildmay EF1
  • Damaged a house
  • Damaged a barn
  • Damaged trees
[189]
2014, May 13 Conestogo Lake EF0 [190]
2014, June 17 Angus EF2
  • Damaged over 75 homes
[191]
2014, June 17 Stroud EF1
  • Destroyed a farm shed
  • Damaged trees
2014, June 24 EF1
  • Damaged vehicle
  • Damaged trees
  • Damaged homes
  • Damaged a barn
2014, June 30 Bear Lake EF0
  • Minor tree damage
[195]
2014, July 7 Norwich EF0 [196][197]
2014, July 15 EF0
2014, July 27 South of Grand Bend EF1 ~1
  • Tree damage
  • Home damage
[198]
2014, July 27 Millbank EF0 [196][197]
2014, August 5 Asubpeeschoseewagong First Nation EF0
  • House damage
[199]
2014, August 19 Windsor

Harrow

EF0
  • Destroyed gazebo
  • Damaged trees
  • Damaged barn
2014, August 20 Erin EF0 [201]
2014, September 5 Christian Island EF0
  • Tree damage
[202]
2014, September 5 Udney EF1
  • House damage
  • Farm damage
  • Community Center damage
[203]
2014, September 10 Port Alma EF1
  • Damaged trees
[204]
2014, October 6 Sheffield EF1
  • Damaged homes
[205]

2015Edit

2015, May 30 Bryanston EF1
  • Damaged barn roof
[206]
2015, June 22 Holmesville EF0
  • Minor damage
[207]
2015, August 2 EF2
2015, August 2 EF1
  • Damaged a barn
  • Damaged trees
2015, August 19 Northeast of Kapuskasing EF1
  • Damaged trees
[210][211]
2015, October 15 Coniston EF0
  • Damaged trees
  • Damaged roof
[211]

2016Edit

2016, March 16 Mount Forest EF1
  • Damaged a barn
  • Damaged trees
  • Earliest confirmed tornado in the province's history[212]
2016, July 1 EF0
2016, August 11 Delaware EF0
  • Damaged houses
  • Damaged crops
[214]
2016, August 13 Georgina EF1
  • Damaged a few buildings
[215]
2016, August 13 Ashburn EF0
  • Tree and crop damage
[216]
2016, August 24 LaSalle EF1
  • Minor damage
[217]
2016, August 24 Windsor EF2 ~3
  • Multiple buildings
[217]
2016, August 30 New Liskeard EF0 [218]
2016, September 10 Prince Edward County EF0
  • Tree damage
  • Minor property damage
[219]
2016, October 17 Stayner EF1
  • Tree damage
[220]

2017Edit

2017, April 11 Thamesford EF1
  • Damaged a barn
[221]
2017, June 14 Dryden Not rated
  • Tree damage
[222]
2017, July 6 Quetico Provincial Park EF2
  • Tree damage
[223]
2017, July 12 EF0
  • Two tornadoes
  • The waterspout located over Lake Simcoe was recorded as a tornadic waterspout and was rated[224][225]
2017, July 25 Dryden Not rated
  • Tree damage
[222]
2017, August 4 EF1
  • Tree damage
  • Flipped docks
  • House damage
2017, August 4 Pell Lake to Dotty Lake EF2
  • Tree damage
  • Cottage damage
[226]
2017, August 11 Leamington EF0
  • Greenhouse damage
  • Damaged solar panels
[227]
2017, August 11 Hawkesville EF2
  • Damaged farm buildings and shed
[227]
2017, September 22 Werner Lake EF0
  • Damaged a cabin
  • Tree damage
[228]

2018-2019Edit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Maximum Length Maximum Width Death Injuries Damage Notes Event Notes
2018Edit
2018, June 13 North of Norwich EF0
  • No reported damage
[229]
  • This tornado dissipated north of Norwich before the storm later produced an EF2 tornado southwest of Jarvis
Southwest of Jarvis EF2 0.8 km (0.50 mi) 0.190 km (0.12 mi)
  • Significant tree damage
  • Damaged flag pole
  • Destroy barn and farm outbuildings
[229]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF0 tornado earlier in the day north of Norwich
2018, June 17 Midlothian Lake EF1 8.9 km (5.53 mi) 0.300 km (0.19 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[230]
  • All the tornadoes on this day occurred from the same complex of storms
Northwest of Charlton EF1 10.1 km (6.28 mi) 0.410 km (0.25 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
Nursey Lake EF2 19.1 km (11.87 mi) 0.700 km (0.43 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
Southeast of Matchewan EF2 10.8 km (6.71 mi) 0.400 km (0.25 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
2018, July 4 South of McNamara Lake EF1 13.9 km (8.64 mi) 1.100 km (0.68 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[230]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF1 tornado further southeast near Shaw Lake around the time this tornado touched down
Near Shaw Lake EF1 11.2 km (6.96 mi) 0.860 km (0.53 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[230]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF1 tornado further northwest near McNamara Lake around the time this tornado touched down
2018, July 26 Southwest of Lagoon City over Lake Simcoe EF0
  • No reported damage
[230]
White Lake EF0 0.3 km (0.19 mi) 0.080 km (0.05 mi)
  • Weak tree damage
[230]
  • This tornado started as a waterspout over White Lake
2018, July 29
EF0 0.64 km (0.40 mi) 0.030 km (0.02 mi)
  • Week tree damage
[230][231]
2018, August 8 West of Brantford EF0
  • No reported damage
[230][232]
2018, August 9 West of Thorah Island on Lake Simcoe EF0
  • No reported damage
[230][233]
West of Thorah Island on Lake Simcoe EF0
  • No reported damage
2018, August 21 East of Bailiboro EF0 2.42 km (1.50 mi) 0.100 km (0.06 mi)
  • Weak structural and tree damage
[230][234]
2018, August 27 EF0 8.64 km (5.37 mi) 0.190 km (0.12 mi)
  • Weak structural and tree damage
[235]
2018, September 21 EF1 21.8 km (13.55 mi) 0.600 km (0.37 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
  • Weak structural damage
[230][236]
  • Three additional EF2 tornadoes occurred in Quebec
EF2 37.6 km (23.36 mi) 1.210 km (0.75 mi) ~1
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
  • Destroyed buildings
[230][237][238]
  • This tornado dissipated south of Waba before the storm produced an EF3 north of Pakenham later in the day
EF2 21.4 km (13.30 mi) 0.750 km (0.47 mi) ~23
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area in Kanata
  • Several hundred structures were damaged or destroyed
  • Critical components of the electrical grid were damaged
[230][237][238]
EF3 48.8 km (30.32 mi) 1.450 km (0.90 mi) ~10
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
  • Several hundred structures were damaged or destroyed
[230][237][238]
2018, September 25 Amherstburg EF0 0.125 km (0.08 mi) in Canada

0.563 km (0.35 mi) in Michigan

0.100 km (0.06 mi) in Canada

0.230 km (0.14 mi) in Michigan

  • Weak structural and tree damage
[239]
West of McGregor EF1 1.6 km (0.99 mi) 0.150 km (0.09 mi)
  • Structural and tree damage
[239]
  • This tornado dissipated near McGregor before the storm produced another EF1 tornado near Staples later in the day
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF0 tornado earlier in the day north of Amherstburg
East of Staples EF1 2.75 km (1.71 mi) 0.050 km (0.03 mi)
  • Structural and tree damage
[239]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF0 tornado north of Amherstburg and an EF1 near McGregor earlier in the day
2019Edit
2019, June 2
EF1 10.6 km (6.59 mi) 0.250 km (0.16 mi) ~1
  • Structural, fence and tree damage
  • Shattered windows
[241][242]
  • This tornado dissipated northwest of Cumberland before the storm later produced another EF1 tornado north of Clarence Creek
EF1 6.9 km (4.29 mi) 0.250 km (0.16 mi)
  • Structural and tree damage
[242][230]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF1 tornado earlier in the day in Orleans
2019, June 13
EF0 3.2 km (1.99 mi) 0.050 km (0.03 mi)
  • Weak tree damage
  • Damaged crane
[243]
2019, July 11 Southwest of Pembroke EF0 1.44 km (0.89 mi) 0.210 km (0.13 mi)
  • Weak tree damage
[244][245]
  • One EF1 downburst was confirmed earlier in the day in Weslemkoon Lake
  • Two EF1 downbursts were confirmed earlier in the day in Quebec
  • Two EF1 tornadoes were confirmed in Quebec
2019, July 15 EF1 21.0 km (13.05 mi) 0.350 km (0.22 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[230]
Lake Despair EF1 5.7 km (3.54 mi) 0.550 km (0.34 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[230]
Little Bear Lake EF1 5.5 km (3.42 mi) 0.270 km (0.17 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF2 tornado earlier in the day near Little Trout Lake
Little Trout Lake EF2 17.5 km (10.87 mi) 0.900 km (0.56 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[230]
2019, July 17 Southwest of Craighurst EF0
  • Weak tree damage
[246]
  • An additional funnel cloud was reported near Leamington
EF0
  • Weak structural and tree damage
[247]
  • One EF1 downburst was confirmed over Bare Island along the northern shores of Rainy Lake
  • Two additional EF1 tornadoes occurred in Minnesota
  • One additional unrated waterspout occurred in Minnesota
Rainy Lake EF1 7.6 km (4.72 mi) in Canada

5.63 km (3.50 mi) in Minnesota[248]

0.630 km (0.39 mi) in Canada

0.550 km (0.34 mi) in Minnesota[248]

  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[248]
2019, July 26 East of Sapawe EF1 1.9 km (1.18 mi) 0.350 km (0.22 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[230]
  • This tornado dissipated west of Kawene before the storm later produced an EF1 downburst south of Kawene
2019, September 11 Southeast of Petrolia EF1 4.5 km (2.80 mi) 0.200 km (0.12 mi)
  • Structural and tree damage
  • Destroyed barn & farm outbuildings
[249]
  • One EF1 downburst occurred from north of Petrolia to south of Sutorville as the tornado touched down

2020sEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Maximum Length Maximum Width Death Injuries Damage Notes Event Notes
2020Edit
2020, June 8 EF2 31.7 km (19.70 mi) 2.440 km (1.52 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[250]
  • Treefall patterns indicate that the intensity may have been higher than an EF2
  • An additional 33 microbursts were confirmed along the sides of the tornado track
2020, June 10 West of Belgrave EF0 5.5 km (3.42 mi) 0.300 km (0.19 mi)
  • Weak structural and tree damage
[251][252]
  • This tornado dissipated near Belgrave before the storm produced another EF0 north of Brussels later in the day
North of Brussels EF0 3.1 km (1.93 mi) 0.150 km (0.09 mi)
  • Weak tree damage
[251][252]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF0 tornado earlier in the day west of Belgrave
EF0 15.7 km (9.76 mi) 0.150 km (0.09 mi)
  • Tree damage
  • Weak damage to roofs and siding
[251][252]
  • This tornado dissipated near Strathburn before the storm produced another two EF1 tornadoes near Belmont and Avon later in the day
Near Mordolphin EF1 1.62 km (1.01 mi) 0.080 km (0.05 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[253]
EF1 5.6 km (3.48 mi) 0.120 km (0.07 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
  • Structural damage
[254][255]
  • This tornado dissipated near Bracebridge before the storm produced another EF1 tornado near Baysville and unclassified EF1 tree damage near West Buck Lake later in the day
EF1 5.6 km (3.48 mi) 0.140 km (0.09 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[254][255]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF1 tornado earlier in the day near Bracebridge
  • Unclassified EF1 tree damage was confirmed near West Buck Lake at the time the tornado touched down from the same storm
EF1 17.4 km (10.81 mi) 0.250 km (0.16 mi)
  • Tree and crop damage
  • Destroyed shed and damaged farm buildings
[251][252]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF0 tornado earlier in the day near Newbury
  • An EF1 tornado developed from the same storm very soon after this tornado touched down near Avon
West of Avon EF1 5.5 km (3.42 mi) 0.100 km (0.06 mi)
  • Structural and tree damage
[253]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF0 tornado earlier in the day near Newbury
  • An EF1 tornado near Belmont developed from the same storm shortly before this tornado touched down
EF1 11.4 km (7.08 mi) 0.460 km (0.29 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[253]
EF2 23.0 km (14.29 mi) 0.710 km (0.44 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[254][255]
2020, June 19 Northeast of Staples EF0
  • No reported damage
[256]
  • This was a landspout tornado
  • An additional funnel cloud was reported in Thamesford
2020, June 23 EF1 3.50 km (2.17 mi) 0.090 km (0.06 mi)
  • Destroyed boat dock
  • Tree damage
[257]
2020, June 30
EF0
  • No reported damage
[258]
  • This was a landspout tornado
2020, July 10 Milton EF0
  • No reported damage
[259]
  • Unclassified EF0 tree damage was confirmed in Hamilton Beach shortly after the tornado touched down
2020, July 11 Lake Nipissing EF0
  • No reported damage
[260]
2020, July 13 Stout Lake EF2 13.4 km (8.33 mi) 0.550 km (0.34 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[253]
2020, July 16 West of Brantford EF0
  • No reported damage
[261]
2020, July 19 Southeast of Kettle Point EF0 1.07 km (0.66 mi) 0.040 km (0.02 mi)
  • Crop damage
[262]
  • An EF1 tornado touched down to the south near Kinnaird at the same time this tornado touched down
  • Unclassified EF0 crop damage was confirmed further east of the end of the damage track [262]
Near Dublin EF0 6.4 km (3.98 mi) 0.050 km (0.03 mi)
  • Significant crop damage
[262]
  • This tornado dissipated northeast of Dublin before the storm produced an EF1 tornado north of Gads Hill later in the day
EF0 9.27 km (5.76 mi) 0.090 km (0.06 mi)
  • Tree and crop damage
  • Weak siding, shingle, and window damage to homes
[265][263]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF1 tornado earlier in the day near Kinnaird
  • Unclassified EF0 tree damage was confirmed further west of the start of the damage track in London
EF1 15.5 km (9.63 mi) 0.160 km (0.10 mi)
  • Tree and crop damage
  • Destroyed barn roof & partial walls
[265][263]
  • This tornado dissipated northeast of Arkona before the storm produced an EF0 tornado near Belmont later in the day
  • An EF0 tornado touched down to the north near Kettle Point at the same time this tornado touched down
  • Unclassified EF0 tree damage was confirmed further east of the end of the damage track in Ailsa Craig
North of Blyth EF1 8.64 km (5.37 mi) 0.050 km (0.03 mi)
  • Significant crop damage
  • Minor tree damage
  • Destroyed shed
[265][263]
  • One EF0 downburst occurred south of Brussels just after the tornado lifted
South of Centralia EF1 2.55 km (1.58 mi) 0.200 km (0.12 mi)
  • Significant tree damage
  • Crop damage
  • Destroyed barn roof
  • Tossed, bent, and twisted grain bins
[265][263]
  • This tornado dissipated southeast of Centralia before the storm produced another EF1 tornado near Beachville later in the day
  • A large EF0 downburst occurred around this tornado and damaged parts of Mount Carmel, Lucan and Granton[265]
  • Unclassified EF0 crop damage was confirmed further west of the start of the damage track towards an area west of Crediton[262]
North of Gads Hill EF1 3.87 km (2.40 mi) 0.260 km (0.16 mi) ~3 cows
  • Tree and crop damage
  • Destroyed barn
[265][263]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF0 tornado earlier in the day near Dublin
North of Beachville EF1 2.88 km (1.79 mi) 0.100 km (0.06 mi)
  • Tree damage
  • Damaged roof material
  • Crop damage
[265][263]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF1 tornado earlier in the day south of Centralia
  • Unclassified EF0 structural damage was confirmed further east of the end of the damage track in Woodstock and Bond's Corners
South of Eden Mills EF1 1.17 km (0.73 mi) 0.070 km (0.04 mi)
  • Structural and tree damage
[266]
2020, August 2 Southwest of Oxford Mills EF0 0.3 km (0.19 mi) 0.020 km (0.01 mi)
  • Weak tree and crop damage
[267][268]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF1 tornado earlier in the day through Camden East
Camden East EF1 2.5 km (1.55 mi) 0.110 km (0.07 mi)
  • Structural and tree damage
[267][268]
  • This tornado dissipated northeast of Camden East before the storm produced an EF0 tornado southwest of Oxford Mills later in the day
North of Bexley EF1 4.9 km (3.04 mi) 0.270 km (0.17 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
  • This tornado dissipated northeast of Bexley before the storm produced an EF2 tornado through Kinmount later in the day
Kinmount EF2 2.0 km (1.24 mi) 0.270 km (0.17 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area [269]
  • Structural damage
[268]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF1 tornado earlier in the day north of Bexley
2020, August 4 Palmerston EF0 1.11 km (0.69 mi) 0.200 km (0.12 mi)
  • Weak tree damage
[270]
  • Initial review of the damage could not rule out a gustnado as a possible cause of the weak damage occurring over a relatively short distance
2020, August 16 Southwest of Kent-Bridge EF0
  • No reported damage
[253]
  • This was a landspout tornado
2020, August 27 East of Mount Carmel EF1 7.16 km (4.45 mi) 0.100 km (0.06 mi)
  • Tree and crop damage
  • Destroyed barn
[271]
EF1 5.07 km (3.15 mi) 0.150 km (0.09 mi)
  • Tree and crop damage
  • Damage farm outbuildings
[271]
2020, August 28 Point Clark EF0 0.29 km (0.18 mi) 0.080 km (0.05 mi)
  • Tree damage
[272]
2020, September 3 Port Colborne EF0 1.05 km (0.65 mi) 0.050 km (0.03 mi)
  • Weak structural and tree damage
[273]
EF1 1.81 km (1.12 mi) 0.090 km (0.06 mi)
  • Tree damage
[274]
  • One EF0 downburst occurred northwest of Severn Bridge just before the tornado touched down
2020, September 13 EF1 9.8 km (6.09 mi) 0.180 km (0.11 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
  • Minor structural damage
[275]
2020, September 30 Southwest of Strabane EF1 0.67 km (0.42 mi) 0.110 km (0.07 mi)
  • Shifted barn roof
  • Destroyed barn and shed
  • Tree and crop damage
[276]
2020, October 23 EF0 3.15 km (1.96 mi) 0.050 km (0.03 mi)
  • Minor tree damage
[277]
  • Unclassified EF0 tree damage was confirmed in Baysville
2020, November 15 Georgetown EF1 3.63 km (2.26 mi) 0.360 km (0.22 mi)
  • Structural and tree damage
[278]
2021Edit
2021, May 25 Little Antler Lake EF2 33.4 km (20.75 mi) 0.260 km (0.16 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area [279]
[280]
  • An under-review damage path was found near Gogama
  • Three additional EF2 tornadoes occurred in Quebec
2021, June 26 Northwest of Lucknow EF0
  • No reported damage
[281][282]
North of Maynooth EF1 2.30 km (1.43 mi) 0.180 km (0.11 mi)
  • Tree damage through a heavily forested area
  • Snapped power poles
[283]
EF2 13.5 km (8.39 mi) 0.400 km (0.25 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
  • Collapsed chimney
  • Significant roof damage
  • Destroyed farm building [284]
[282][285]
2021, July 13 Penetanguishene EF0 2.5 km (1.55 mi) 0.300 km (0.19 mi)
  • Tree damage
[286]
  • One EF0 downburst was confirmed in Tasso Lake[287]
  • Two additional EF0 downbursts were confirmed in Quebec
  • Two additional EF1 tornadoes occurred in Quebec
EF1 6.94 km (4.31 mi) 1.460 km (0.91 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[288][289]
2021, July 15
EF1 9.5 km (5.90 mi) 0.140 km (0.09 mi)
  • Tree, crop & structural damage
[290][291]
  • This tornado developed alongside two EF2 tornadoes near Udora and Sonya
  • One additional EF1 tornado occurred in Quebec
Stewart Crossing EF1 5.66 km (3.52 mi) 0.140 km (0.09 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[292][293]
EF2 12.46 km (7.74 mi) 0.510 km (0.32 mi) ~11
  • Significant structural damage including various uninhabitable homes [294]
  • Tree damage
  • Tossed and destroyed vehicles
[295]
  • This tornado dissipated over Lake Simcoe before the storm produced another EF2 near Lorneville later in the day
  • Estimated insured losses are $83.698 million [296][297]
EF2 11.8 km (7.33 mi) 0.350 km (0.22 mi)
  • Structural damage
  • Tree & crop damage
[298][299]
  • This tornado developed alongside an EF2 tornado near Sonya and an EF1 tornado near Sunderland
EF2 13.0 km (8.08 mi) 0.600 km (0.37 mi)
  • Destroyed barn & farm outbuilding [300]
  • Tree & crop damage
[301]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF2 tornado earlier in the day in Barrie
EF2 6.73 km (4.18 mi) 0.270 km (0.17 mi) ~1
  • Structural damage
  • Tree & crop damage
[301][302]
  • This tornado developed alongside an EF2 tornado near Udora and an EF1 tornado near Sunderland
Near North Portage EF2 4.76 km (2.96 mi) 0.360 km (0.22 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[303]
EF2 7.14 km (4.44 mi) 0.320 km (0.20 mi) ~2
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[304][305]
Near Lake Traverse EF2 11.9 km (7.39 mi) 0.340 km (0.21 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area [306]
[289]
2021, July 20 Whitestone Lake EF0 2.42 km (1.50 mi) 0.100 km (0.06 mi)
  • Weak tree damage
[304][307]
  • One EF1 downburst occurred near Canning Lake just before the tornado touched down
2021, July 24 Thornbury EF0 1.04 km (0.65 mi) 0.090 km (0.06 mi)
  • Weak tree damage
  • Minor structural damage
[308][309]
  • One EF0 downburst occurred near Clarksburg just before the tornado touched down
East of Bayfield EF0
  • Weak tree damage
[309]
Windsor EF0 2.37 km (1.47 mi) 0.350 km (0.22 mi)
  • Weak tree damage
  • Minor roof damage to various houses
[310]
  • This tornado dissipated in Windsor before the storm later produced an EF1 tornado in Leamington
Leamington EF1 2.48 km (1.54 mi) 0.190 km (0.12 mi)
  • Tree damage
  • Shattered greenhouse glass panels
[310]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF0 tornado earlier in the day in Windsor
2021, August 10 EF0 4.30 km (2.67 mi) 0.020 km (0.01 mi)
  • Weak tree damage
[311]
2021, August 11 Urquhart Lake EF1 9.24 km (5.74 mi) 0.750 km (0.47 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[312]
  • All the tornadoes on this day occurred from the same complex of storms
EF2 9.93 km (6.17 mi) 0.820 km (0.51 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
Kynoch EF2 8.41 km (5.23 mi) 0.780 km (0.48 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
Blinko Lake EF2 3.92 km (2.44 mi) 0.430 km (0.27 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area [313]
2021, August 26 Near McKay's Corners EF0
  • No reported damage
[314]
  • This was a landspout tornado
2021, August 29 Aubrey Lake EF1 7.75 km (4.82 mi) 0.180 km (0.11 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
[315]
  • Unclassified EF1 tree damage was confirmed further west of the start of the damage track towards Rocky Island Lake
Dowling EF1 2.05 km (1.27 mi) 0.150 km (0.09 mi)
  • Significant tree damage through a heavily forested area
  • Structural damage
[315]
2021, September 6 Port Albert EF0 2.30 km (1.43 mi) 0.175 km (0.11 mi)
  • Tree damage [316]
  • Tossed patio furniture
[317]
  • This tornado occurred at a 'rare' time - 4:05 AM local time
2021, September 7
EF0 12.8 km (7.95 mi) 0.250 km (0.16 mi)
  • Weak tree damage
[318][319]
  • This tornado dissipated north of Summerhill before the storm later produced another EF0 tornado near Kuhryville
[319][320]
EF0 2.89 km (1.80 mi) 0.060 km (0.04 mi)
  • Weak tree damage
  • Crop damage [321]
[322]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF0 tornado earlier in the day south of Goderich
Southeast of King City in Vaughan EF0 0.750 km (0.47 mi) 0.080 km (0.05 mi)
  • Weak tree damage
  • Crop damage
[323]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced two EF2 tornadoes earlier in the day near Kingsbridge and Harriston
EF2
  • 19.0 km (11.81 mi) over land
  • 20.0 km (12.43 mi) over Lake Huron
1.30 km (0.81 mi) [324]
  • Significant tree & crop damage
  • Significant structural damage to homes, barns, and silos
  • Complete destruction of numerous farm buildings
[320][319]
  • Four EF0-strength waterspouts were recorded over Lake Huron surrounding this tornado [325]
  • The tornado was strongest over Lake Huron
  • This tornado dissipated southeast of Lucknow before the storm later produced another EF2 tornado near Harriston and an EF0 tornado in Vaughan
EF2 26.4 km (16.40 mi) 1.20 km (0.75 mi)
  • Significant tree & crop damage
  • Significant structural damage to homes, barns, and silos [326]
[327][319]
  • This tornado developed from the same storm that produced an EF2 tornado earlier in the day near Kingsbridge
  • This tornado dissipated southeast of Kenilworth before the storm later produced an EF0 tornado in Vaughan
2021, September 12 EF1 6.96 km (4.32 mi) 0.300 km (0.19 mi)
  • Tree damage
  • A shed lost part of the roof [328]
[329]

Summary of Ontario tornado strengths per yearEdit

Year Total Not rated F0 (EF0) F1 (EF1) F2 (EF2) F3 (EF3) F4 (EF4) F5 (EF5)
Process of converting previous years into the new format ^
2018 23 0 10 7 5 1 0 0
2019 13 0 4 8 1 0 0 0
2020 42 0 17 21 4 0 0 0
2021 35 0 12 9 14 0 0 0

Prince Edward IslandEdit

List of Prince Edward Island tornadoesEdit

1980sEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Maximum Length Maximum Width Death Injuries Damage Notes Event Notes
1980Edit
1980, August 15 F0 4.63 km (2.88 mi) [31]
1980, September 28 Cape Traverse F0
  • Weak structural damage
[31]
1982Edit
1982, September 10 Wilmot F0 [31]

2000sEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Maximum Length Maximum Width Death Injuries Damage Notes Event Notes
2007Edit
2007, August 19 Crapaud F0 [31][332]

Summary of Prince Edward Island tornado strengths per yearEdit

Year Total Not rated F0 (EF0) F1 (EF1) F2 (EF2) F3 (EF3) F4 (EF4) F5 (EF5)
1980 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0
1982 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
2007 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
1980-2020 yearly average 0.1 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0

QuebecEdit

List of Quebec tornadoesEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Death Injuries Damage Other notes

1870Edit

1870, July 16 Montreal Not rated ~1
  • Everything in the path of the tornado
[333]

1888Edit

1888, June 6 Ontario to Montreal Not rated ~3
  • Destroyed houses
  • Destroyed barns
  • Destroyed outbuildings
1888, August 16 Saint-Zotique to Salaberry-de-Valleyfield Not rated ~9 ~16
  • Damaged property
  • Tornado passed from Ontario
  • Fifth deadliest tornado in Canadian history[37]

1892Edit

1892, June 14 Sainte-Rose Not rated ~6 ~21
  • Damaged property
  • Ninth deadliest tornado in Canadian history[37]

1939Edit

1939, June 11 Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Not rated
  • Damaged trees

1949Edit

1949, July 19 Chénéville Not rated

1975Edit

1975, July 24 Saint-Bonaventure Not rated ~3 ~40+
  • Destroyed over 100 homes and businesses

1978Edit

1978, June 27 Masson-Angers F2 ~35
  • Damaged over 100 homes and businesses

1980Edit

1980, August 8 Le Petit-Aigle F2 ~1 [31]
1980, August 9 Roberval F0 [31]

1982Edit

1982, April 14 Adamsville F1 [31]

1984Edit

1984, July 15 Not rated ~38
  • Many damaged buildings
  • Two tornadoes

1985Edit

1985, May 20 St Raphaël de Bellechasse F0 [335]
1985, June 18 Saint-Sylvère F3 [335]
1985, July 6 F1 [335]

1986Edit

1986, June 16 Lac Gareau F3
  • Two unconfirmed tornadoes in the area as well[335]
1986, June 24 Tingwick Not rated
  • Damaged property
[336]
1986, July 15 Maniwaki F0 ~1 [335]

1987Edit

1987, May 28 Glen-Sutton F0 [335]
1987, June 8 Fort-Coulonge F1
  • Minor damage
[335]
1987, July 26 Kinnear's Mills F1 [335]

1989Edit

1989, November 16 Mont-Saint-Hilaire F2
  • Estimated over C$2,000,000 of damage
  • Latest confirmed tornado in the province's history[335]

1991Edit

1991, June 12 Saint-Barnabé F1 [335]
1991, August 26 Louvicourt F1 [335]
1991, August 27 Pierreville

Maskinongé

F3 ~15
  • Estimated over C$25,000,000 of damage
1991, August 27 F2

1992Edit

1992, May 17 Chichester F0 [335]
1992, August 2 Sainte-Élisabeth F0 [335]

1993Edit

1993, July 3 Saint-Leonard F0 [335]
1993, July 20 Saint-Mathieu F0 [335]
1993, August 2 Lévis F0 [335]
1993, August 31 Wottonville F1 [335]
1993, September 3 Saint-Césaire F1 [335]

1994Edit

1994, April 27 Saint-Janvier

Lorraine

F1 [335]
1994, May 22 St-Augustin, Quebec [clarification needed] F0 [335]
1994, May 31 Lac-à-la-Tortue F2 [335]
1994, May 31 F1
1994, June 12 Saint-Cuthbert F1 [335]
1994, June 21 Parc-de-la-Mauricie F0 [335]
1994, July 9 Saint-Charles-sur-Richelieu F2 ~1 ~3
  • Damaged houses
[335]
1994, July 21 Lac-Saint-Louis F0 [335]
1994, July 26 Roxton Falls F0 [335]
1994, July 30 Franklin F0 [335]
1994, August 4 Aylmer F3 ~15
  • Major building damage
[335]
1994, August 4 Laurel F2 [335]
1994, August 4 Rawdon F1 [335]
1994, August 28 L'Île-Perrot F0 [335]

1995Edit

1995, July 20 Lac Newcomb F0 [335]
1995, July 21 Trois-Rivières F0 [335]

1996Edit

1996, April 21 Ormstown F0 [335]
1996, July 11 Saint-Stanislas, Quebec [clarification needed] F1 [335]
1996, July 15 Elgin F2 [335]
1996, August 8 Saint-Jacques F0 [335]
1996, August 25 Saint-Bernard F1 [335]

1997Edit

1997, June 25 Pointe-Fortune F1 [335]
1997, July 4 F2
  • Destroyed barns
[335]
1997, July 28 Mercier F0 [335]
1997, November 2 Lac-Etchemin F0 [335]

1998Edit

1998, June 29 Blue Sea Lake F0 [335]
1998, June 29 Saint-Philibert F1 [335]
1998, July 11 Lac-Sergent F0 [335]
1998, July 20 Landrienne F1 [335]
1998, July 27 Lac Parent F0 [335]
1998, August 11 Sainte-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier F0 [335]
1998, August 11 Saint-Émile F1
  • Citywide power outages
  • Damaged shed
[335]
1998, August 15 Lac Cole F0 [335]
1998, September 27 Chicoutimi F0 [335]

1999Edit

1999, May 8 Hull F1
  • Estimated C$2,000,000 of damage
  • Damaged roofs
[335]
1999, May 25 Saint-Gabriel F0 [335]
1999, June 6 Sherrington F0 [335]
1999, June 8 Sainte-Marthe F1 [335]
1999, July 6 F0
1999, July 6 Drummondville F1 ~1 ~4
  • Major building damage
  • Tree damage
  • Estimated C$12,400,000 of damage
[335][337]
1999, September 20 Saint-Michel-des-Saints F1 [335]

2000Edit

2000, June 22 Quyon F0 [335]
2000, July 18 Saint-Jean-Chrysostome F0 [335]

2001Edit

2001, June 19 Pointe-Taillon National Park F0
  • Tree damage
[338]
2001, June 19 Alma F2
  • Destroyed houses
  • Destroyed a barn
  • Destroyed a garage
[339]
2001, July 1 Lac Saint-Jean F1
  • Damaged home
[335]
2001, July 4 F1
2001, July 10 Saguenay F0 [335]
2001, August 4 Matagami F1 [335]
2001, August 9 Alma F1 [335]

2002Edit

2002, May 31 Packington F2 [335]
2002, July 4 Boileau F1 [335]
2002, July 14 Senneterre F1 [335]
2002, July 22 Saint-Frédéric, Québec F1 [335]
2002, August 18 Dolbeau F1 [335]
2002, September 3 Berry F0 [335]

2003Edit

2003, June 11 Laval F1
  • Tree damage
  • Warehouse damage
[335]
2003, June 25 Ville-Marie F0 [335]
2003, June 27 Labrieville F0 [335]
2003, June 29 Fort William F0 [335]
2003, July 8 Sainte-Jeanne-d'Arc, Quebec F0
  • Tree damage
  • Several buildings were damaged
[335]
2003, July 27 Saint-Jean-Port-Joli F0 [335]
2003, July 27 Saint-Narcisse-de-Rimouski F1 [335]
2003, August 6 Roxton Pond F0 [335]
2003, September 4 Issoudun F0 [335]
2003, September 23 L'Assomption F0 [335]

2004Edit

2004, June 8 Landrienne F1 [335]
2004, June 20 F0
2004, July 1 Lac-Gatineau F0 [335]
2004, July 31 Chesterville F0 [335]
2004, July 31 F1
2004, August 10 Thurso F1
  • Tree damage
[335]
2004, September 3 Malartic F0 [335]

2005Edit

2005, June 6 Gatineau F0 [335]
2005, June 25 Verchères F1 [335]
2005, July 1 Saint-Ambroise-de-Kildare F0 [335]
2005, August 16 Réservoir Opinaca F0 [335]
2005, September 30 Havre-aux-Maisons F2 [335]

2006Edit

2006, June 29 L'Anse-Saint-Jean F0 [335]
2006, July 17 Ferme-Neuve F1
  • Damaged trees
  • Moved RVs
2006, July 25 Lac Saint-Jean F0
  • Estimated C$2,000,000 of damage
  • Destroyed a barn
2006, August 1 Saint-Gédéon-de-Beauce F1 [335]
2006, August 1 Lac-Drolet F2 [335]
2006, August 22 Saint-Thomas F0 [335]

2007Edit

2007, July 15 Lac Boivin F0 [335]
2007, August 12 F0
2007, August 25 Beauceville F0 [335]

2008Edit

2008, July 10 Saguenay F1
2008, July 23 Lanoraie F0
2008, August 11 Roberval F0 [335]
2008, September 8 Lac Gauthier F0 [335]

2009Edit

2009, May 1 Normandin F0|
  • Damaged hydro poles
[341]
2009, July 11 Boisbriand F1
  • Damaged homes
  • Tree damage
[341]
2009, July 11 Mirabel F0 [341]
2009, July 27 Sainte-Christine F0
  • Damaged a shed
  • Tree damage
[341]
2009, July 29 Duberger F0
  • Roof damage
  • Tree damage
[341]
2009, August 4 Between Déléage and Mont-Laurier F2 ~1
  • Home damage
  • Cars tossed
  • Hydro poles snapped
  • Tree damage
  • Estimated C$6,000,000 of damage
[341][342]
2009, August 21 F0
  • Tree damage

2010Edit

2010, June 28 F0
  • Additional funnel clouds were spotted
  • Two tornadoes[335]
2010, July 16 Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue F0 [335]
2010, July 17 Saint-Lazare F0
  • Damaged homes
  • Tree damage
  • Lightning strikes two people[335]
2010, September 2 Saint-Benoit-de-Mirabel F0 [335]

2011Edit

2011, June 23 Aylmer F0 [343]
2011, July 20 Between Saguenay and Quebec City F1 [344]
2011, August 6 Sainte-Élisabeth-de-Proulx F1
  • Damaged cottagges
  • Tree damage
2011, September 4 Trois-Rivières F0
  • Roof damage
  • Tree damage
[346]

2012Edit

2012, May 25 Brownsburg-Chatham F0 [347]
2012, May 25 Saint-Benoît F1 [347]
2012, June 8 Huntingdon F1
  • Damaged a gas station
  • Tree damage
[348]
2012, August 30 Chibougamau F0
  • Tree damage
2012, September 8 Drummondville F0
  • Roof damage
[349]
2012, October 31 Mont-Laurier F0
  • Barn damage
  • Road signs blown over
[350]

2013Edit

2013, June 1 Saint-Hugues EF0
  • Minor roof damage
[351]
2013, July 11 Saint-Marc-des-Carrières EF0 [351][352]
2013, August 13 Sherbrooke EF0
  • Roof damage
  • Broken windows
[351]
2013, August 16 Cabano EF0

2014Edit

2014, May 26 Roxton Falls EF0
  • Roof damage
[354]
2014, May 26 Laurierville Not rated
2014, June 30 Laforce EF0
  • Tree damage
[355]
2014, July 9 EF1
  • Damaged homes
2014, July 9 Saint-Fabien-de-Panet EF2
  • Tree damage
[356]
2014, July 31 Pont-Rouge EF1
  • Roof damage
  • Tree damage
  • Damaged shed
[357]

2015Edit

2015, August 3 Saint-Zénon-du-Lac-Humqui, Quebec EF0
  • Damaged farm
  • Destroyed a weak house
  • Tree damage

2016Edit

2016, June 2 Maniwaki EF0
  • Tree damage
  • Damaged buildings
[358]
2016, June 20 Lac Verne EF2 ~2
  • Destroyed a cottage
  • Tree damage
[359]
2016, July 4 Métabetchouan–Lac-à-la-Croix EF0
  • Damaged a farm
  • Tree damage
[360]
2016, July 18 Roxton Falls EF1
  • Tree damage
  • Destroyed a barn
[361]

2017Edit

2017, June 18 Mare-du-Sault EF0
  • Tree damage
[222]
2017, June 18 EF1
  • Tree damage
2017, June 18 EF2
  • Tree damage
2017, June 18 Sainte-Anne-du-Lac EF3
  • Destroyed two homes
[222]
2017, August 5 Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce EF1
  • Destroyed buildings
  • Tree damage
[362]
2017, August 22 Lachute EF1
  • Destroyed 20 homes
[363]
2017, October 15 Mont-Laurier EF0
  • Damaged 6 homes
[364]

2018Edit

2018, July 23 EF0
  • Damaged trees
  • Overturned shed
  • Waterspout then tornado[365]
2018, August 29 EF2
  • Destroyed trees
  • Bent traffic signs
  • Destroyed mobile home

[366]

2018, September 21 EF3 Many
  • Destroyed and damaged trees
  • Destroyed multiple homes
  • Destroyed vehicles
2018, September 21 EF1
  • Destroyed and damaged trees
  • Damaged hydro poles
  • Destroyed and damaged houses

List of Quebec tornado strengthsEdit

Not rated F0 (EF0) F1 (EF1) F2 (EF2) F3 (EF3) F4 (EF4) F5 (EF5)
~11 ~94 ~60 ~19 ~7 ~0 ~0

SaskatchewanEdit

List of Saskatchewan tornadoesEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Death Injuries Damage Other notes

1909Edit

1909, July 16 Golden Valley F3 ~4

1912Edit

1912, June 30 Regina F4 ~28 Over 300
  • Estimated C$4,500,000 of damage

1920Edit

1920, July 22 Southeastern Saskatchewan Likely F5 ~4 Dozens

1922Edit

1922, July 21 Crystal Springs Not rated
  • Lifted and dropped a house
1922, August 15 Eastend F3 ~2 ~4

1927Edit

1927, June 18 Elfros Not rated ~1

1935Edit

1935, July 1 Benson F4 ~1 ~2 [368]
1935, July 6 Smiley F3 ~2 [368]

1944Edit

1944, July 1 Lebret Not rated ~4
1944, August 9 Kamsack Not rated ~3 Many
  • Destroyed over 400 homes
  • Destroyed over 100 businesses

1950Edit

1950, November Regina Not rated
  • An exact date is unknown

1958Edit

1958, April 16 Watrous Not rated
  • Many pigs
  • Destroyed a barn

1963Edit

1963, June 29 Spy Hill Not rated ~1 Few
  • Destroyed homes
  • Damaged property
[368][370]

1968Edit

1968, April 11 Watson Not rated
  • Destroyed a garage

1973Edit

1973, July 5 Kelvington Not rated

1979Edit

1979, July 10 Glasnevin Not rated ~1 [368]
1979, August 8 Regina F2
  • Damage to parts of the city
  • Two unconfirmed tornadoes in the area

1980Edit

1980, May 25 F1
1980, May 25 Dubuc F0 [31]
1980, May 26 Quill Lake F0 [31]
1980, June 11 Estevan F0
1980, June 23 F1
1980, July 6 Prince Albert F1 [31]
1980, July 10 Between Fairy Glen and Gronlid F1 [31]
1980, July 28 North Battleford F0 [31]

1981Edit

1981, May 28 Wakaw F0 [31]
1981, June 16 F0
1981, July 1 Carnduff F0 [31]
1981, July 14 Govan F0 [31]
1981, July 28 Torch River F0 [31]
1981, July 29 Regina F0 [31]
1981, August 5 Aylesbury F0 [31]
1981, August 5 Kronau F1 [31]
1981, August 16 Pense F0 [31]
1981, August 17 Hughton F1 [31]
1981, August 22 F0

1982Edit

1982, April 30 Cudworth F0 [31]
1982, June 2 Prince Albert F0 [31]
1982, June 5 Delisle F0 [31]
1982, June 6 Prince Albert F0 [31]
1982, June 15 Parkbeg F0 [31]
1982, July 1 Golden Prairie F1 [31]
1982, July 16 Colgate F1 [31]
1982, July 19 Carrot River F1 [31]
1982, August 5 Carnduff F0 [31]
1982, August 11 Prince Albert F0 [31]
1982, August 11 Marshall F1 [31]
1982, August 11 Ponteix F2 [31]
1982, August 14 Denholm F1 [31]
1982, August 17 Sylvania F1 [31]
1982, August 18 Hardy F1 [31]

1984Edit

1984, May 12 Whitewood Not rated

1986Edit

1986, June 1 Saskatoon Not rated
  • Roofs damaged
  • Destroyed a warehouse
  • Estimated over C$1,000,000 of damage
  • Three tornadoes
1986, July 29 Central Saskatchewan Not rated
  • Minimal damage
  • Four tornadoes

1989Edit

1989, June 19 Central Saskatchewan Not rated
  • Eight tornadoes

1990Edit

1990, June 28 South of Saskatoon Not rated
  • Large tornado

1995Edit

1995, August 29 Spring Valley Not rated
  • Destroyed farms

1996Edit

1996, July 4 Not rated
  • Homes and property damaged
  • Damaged a drive-in
  • Eight tornadoes
  • Tornadoes were scattered through the three listed regions
1996, July 4 Maymont F3
  • Destroyed power lines

1999Edit

1999, May 18 Saskatoon Not rated

2003Edit

2003, July 2 Narrow Hills Provincial Park Not rated Few
  • Tree damage
  • Campers were damaged

2005Edit

2005, May 23 Nipawin Not rated
2005, July 2 Estevan Not rated

2006Edit

2006, August 24 Not rated
  • Two tornadoes

2007Edit

2007, June 22–23 Not rated ~1
  • Property damage
  • Two tornadoes
2007, July 31 Cupar Not rated
  • Field damage
  • Farm damage
[372]

2008Edit

2008, July 10 Not rated
  • Damaged roofs
  • Gas leak
2008, July 14 Battleford Not rated
2008, July 19 Dundurn Not rated
2008, July 27 Not rated
2008, August 26 Prince Albert Not rated ~6 [376]

2009Edit

2009, June 14 Cloan F0 [31]
2009, June 30 Baljennie F1
  • Damaged several farm buildings
[31]
2009, June 30 Hafford F0 [31]
2009, July 7 Elbow F0 [31]
2009, July 13 Leader F0 [31]
2009, July 30 Buffalo Narrows F0 [31]

2010Edit

2010, June 21 Not rated
  • Two tornadoes
2010, June 24 Wilkie Not rated
2010, June 25 Oxbow Not rated
  • Damaged a farm
[377]
2010, July 2 Kawacatoose Reserve F3 Few
  • Damaged and destroyed homes
  • Destroyed farmhouses
[378]
2010, July 22 North of Regina Not rated
2010, July 25 Not rated
  • Crop damage

2011Edit

2011, June 2 Northwest of Shaunavon F0
  • Damaged granaries
  • Power lines snapped
[379]
2011, June 23 Fox Valley Not rated
  • Power lines damaged
  • Store damage
  • Road damage
[380]
2011, July 18 North of Big River Not rated
  • Additional funnel clouds reported[381]

2012Edit

2012, June 15 Not rated
  • Eight tornadoes
  • Additional funnel clouds reported[382]
2012, June 26 Caron Not rated
  • Crop damage
  • Damaged farm buildings
2012, July 3
Not rated
  • Heavy damage to a farm
2012, July 18
Not rated
2012, July 21 Not rated
  • Destroyed a house
  • Tree damage
  • Damaged grain bins
  • Two tornadoes
2012, July 24 Not rated
  • Minor damage
2012, August 2 Elbow Not rated

2013Edit

2013, June 2 Maple Creek Not rated [387]
2013, June 10 Saltcoats Not rated [388]
2013, July 4 Dollard Not rated
  • Tree damage
  • Home and businesses were damaged
[389]
2013, July 6 Between Wroxton and Kamsack Not rated [390]
2013, July 13 Minton

Redvers

Not rated
2013, July 15
Not rated

2014Edit

2014, July 5
Not rated
2014, July 5 Kenaston EF0
  • Tombstone damage
  • Tree damage
[392]
2014, July 5 North of Outlook EF2
  • Tree damage
  • Farm damage
[392]

2015Edit

2015, July 27 Gainsborough Not rated

2016Edit

2016, May 21 Kincaid Not rated [393]
2016, June 19 Naicam Not rated
2016, July 1 Biggar Not rated [393][395]
2016, July 7 Estevan Not rated [393][396]
2016, July 10 Herbert Not rated [393]
2016, July 19 Davidson EF2
  • Destroys farm houses
[393][397][398]
2016, July 23 Sturgis Not rated [393]
2016, July 31 EF2
  • Destroyed a house
  • Heavy farm damage
2016, July 31 Rokeby Not rated [393]
2016, August 3 Not rated
2016, August 26 Melfort Not rated [393]

2017Edit

2017, May 14 Hepburn

Hoey

Not rated
  • Damaged horse shed
2017, July 5 Alida EF2
  • Damaged a house
[402]
2017, July 10 Laporte Not rated [403]
2017, July 21 Not rated

2018Edit

2018, May 22 Northwest of Regina EF0 [405][406]
2018, May 24 EF0
2018, May 25 Aylsham EF0 [405][406]
2018, June 23 Griffin EF0 [411][412][405][406]
2018, June 24 Brownlee EF0 [406]
2018, July 3 Otthon EF0 [413][406]
2018, July 9 Cantuar

Chaplin Swift Current

EF0
2018, July 10 EF0
2018, July 10 Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan EF2 [406]
2018, July 10 Ferland, Saskatchewan EF1 [406]
2018, July 22 Langenburg EF0
  • Uprooted trees
[130][406]

2019Edit

2019, June 29 15 km northwest of Goodsoil EF1
  • Numerous trees snapped or uprooted
  • One camping trailer rolled and many were damaged by fallen trees
  • Many sheds were damaged
[417]
2019, June 29 10 km northwest of Goodsoil EF0 [417]
2019, July 1 50 km south of Moose Jaw EF0
  • No damage was reported
[418]
2019, July 1 15 km northeast of Avonlea EF0
  • No damage was reported
[418]
2019, July 12 Over Old Wives Lake near Moose Jaw EF0 Waterspout over Old Wives Lake at around 1 pm [419]
2019, July 12 Northwest of Rockglen, Saskatchewan EF0 Began at 4pm; Unknown duration[419]
2019, July 12 South of Rockglen EF0 Began at 4:30pm and lasted for five minutes[419]
2019, July 13 7 km northwest of Northgate EF0 Touched down at approximately 4:15pm[420]
2020

2020Edit

2020, July 4 Near Meyronne (formerly Glenbain) EF1
  • Damage to home and outbuildings
Touched down at approximately 4:30pm

Estimated wind speed: 155 km/h[421]

2020, July 4 Near Kincaid EF0 Touch down at approximately 4:40pm[421]
2020, July 4 Near Assiniboia EF0
  • No damage was reported
Touch down at approximately 6:23pm.

Estimated wind speed: 90–130 km/h[421]

2020, July 10 Bengough EF0 [422]
2020, August 4 Estevan EF0
  • No damage was reported
Touched down at approximately 5:00pm[423]
2020, August 21 Fulda EF0
  • No damage was reported
Touched down at approximately 5:30pm[424]
2020, August 21 Humbolt EF0 Touched down at approximately 5:10pm[425]
2021
2021, May 12 10 km NW of Saskatoon EF0
  • No damage was reported
Touched down at approximately 12:25pm[426]
2021, June 15 6 km North of D'arcy EF0
  • Damage was reported
Touched down at 5:36pm[427]
2021, June 15 Near McGee Not rated Touched down at 6:28pm[427]
2021, June 15 Near McGee Not rated Touched down at 6:34pm[427]

List of Saskatchewan tornado strengthsEdit

Not rated F0 (EF0) F1 (EF1) F2 (EF2) F3 (EF3) F4 (EF4) F5 (EF5)
~129 ~59 ~21 ~7 ~5 ~2 ~0

YukonEdit

List of Yukon tornadoesEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Death Injuries Damage Other notes

1959Edit

1959, ? Watson Lake ? [140]

List of Yukon tornado strengthsEdit

Not rated F0 (EF0) F1 (EF1) F2 (EF2) F3 (EF3) F4 (EF4) F5 (EF5)
~0 ~0 ~0 ~0 ~0 ~0 ~0

Records and factsEdit

Canada's deadliest tornadoesEdit

Rank Date Location of impact(s) Death Sources
1 1912, June 30 Regina, Saskatchewan 28 [37][428][429]
2 1987, July 31 Edmonton, Alberta 27
3 1946, June 17 Windsor, Ontario 17
4 2000, July 14 Pine Lake, Alberta 12
5 1888, August 16 Valleyfield, Quebec 9
6 1974, April 3 Windsor, Ontario 9
7 1985, May 31 Barrie, Ontario ~8
8 1970, August 20 Sudbury, Ontario 6
9 1892, June 14 Sainte-Rose, Quebec 6
10 1897, August 6 Buctouche, New Brunswick 5

Canada's F5 / EF5 tornadoesEdit

Date Location of impact(s) Strength Death Injury Facts Sources
2007, June 22 Elie F5 0 0
  • The switch to the Enhanced Fujita scale means that this tornado will be the only F5 tornado in Canada

Canada's largest tornado outbreaksEdit

  • Based on total tornadoes, not the strongest tornado
  • At least 8 tornadoes
Rank
(not tied)
Rank
tied)
Date Province(s) Total
tornadoes
Greatest strength
1 1 2009, August 20 Ontario 16–19 F2
2 2 2017, June 18 Quebec 11 EF3
3 2 1985, May 31 Ontario 11 F4
4 3 2006, August 2 Ontario 10 F2
5 3 1982, July 14 Alberta 10 F1
6 4 1996, July 4 Saskatchewan 9 F3
7 5 2018, July 10 Saskatchewan 8 EF2
8 5 2012, June 15 Saskatchewan 8 Unknown
9 5 1989, June 19 Saskatchewan 8 Unknown
10 5 1987, July 31 Alberta 8 F4

MediaEdit

FootnotesEdit

  • All figures for damages are in Canadian dollars.
  • Prior to 2013, the Fujita system was used.
  • Following 2013, the Enhanced Fujita system was and is being used.
  • '~' indicates the number is around the real value

Tornado rating strengthsEdit

Fujita ScaleEdit

F0 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5
60–110 km/h 120–170 km/h 180–240 km/h 250–320 km/h 330–410 km/h 420–510 km/h

Enhanced Fujita ScaleEdit

EF0 EF1 EF2 EF3 EF4 EF5
90–130 km/h 135–175 km/h 180–220 km/h 225–265 km/h 270–310 km/h

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