Denise Pike Anderson holds up the letter she got from the provincial government informing her that her home was officially on the demolition list. (Malone Mullin/CBC)
Denise Pike Anderson pointed to the back corner of her basement.
“That’s where the water came in first,” she said, standing amid silt in the dark, damp remains of her Port aux Basques home last week.
Anderson is one of dozens of homeowners whose property incurred damage from post-tropical storm Fiona but wasn’t carried off by the sea completely.
Her house — although filled, at one point, with a metre of seawater after a monster storm surge in September
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