Ontario had some apocalyptic weather last week.
Researchers from Western University confirmed on Wednesday that a total of six EF-2 tornadoes struck Ontario last week, following reports of a "harrowing escape" from a tornado near Sunbeam Lake in Algonquin Park.
The weather event, which occurred around 4:20 p.m. on July 15, injured two campers and caused significant tree damage, according to the Northern Tornadoes Project. It has been confirmed by satellite imagery.
Investigators estimate that the tornado produced winds of 190 km/h, with a track approximately 7 kilometres long and 320 metres wide.