Tornado touches down in Drummondville
Environment Canada is confirming that a tornado touched down in Drummondville during the wind and rain storm that hit much of southern Quebec on Saturday.
The twister brought down trees and damaged the roof of a community center.
No one in the five-story building was hurt.
The storm brought wind gusts of up to 120 kilometres an hour in some areas, and brought down trees, tree branches and power lines in several areas.
Areas south and east of Montreal were hardest hit by the storm. About 90,000 people across the province lost power at one time or another during the storm. Most of them came back online Saturday night or early Sunday.