Canada’s building codes don’t focus on tornadoes — even though we see 2nd most in the world

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Canada, on average, records more tornadoes annually than any other in the world except for the U.S. — about 60 per year. Yet the National Building Code of Canada puts little emphasis on requirements to protect against uplift, the winds created by tornadoes. 

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