News in Review Resilience in the Bahamas: Rebuilding After Hurricane Dorian New

News in Review Resilience in the Bahamas: Rebuilding After Hurricane Dorian New

In September 2019, the northernmost islands of the Bahamas were hit by the most powerful hurricane to ever make landfall there. Hurricane Dorian killed over 70 people — though numbers could be higher with so many still unaccounted for. Homes, cars, boats and infrastructure were completely destroyed. Months later, residents are still trying to rebuild. Now they’re getting some extra help from Canada. CBC reporter David Common went to the Bahamas in early 2020 to see how the rebuilding was coming along, and found a people of great resilience.

  • 2020
  • 00:13:49
  • 13-14
  • Added on: 11/05/2020
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