On the Bolivar Peninsula dozens were rescued by residents, increase the storm surge to 3.7 m above sea level than before the arrival of the hurricane. The peninsula got the majority of Ike's front right quadrant to feel and most of the damage related to the area between the Rollover Pass and Gilchrist. When a hurricane come within the radius of the largest winch the heaviest damage right on the trajectory.
In Québec fell in the regions Hautes- Laurentides, Haute- Mauricie, Saguenay -Lac -Saint- Jean, Charlevoix and Côte -Nord north of the St. Lawrence River between 50 and 70 mm of rainfall, with the heaviest rainfall between Lac -St- Jean and the Réserve faunique des Laurentides the heaviest rainfall with more than 90 mm were measured at the river itself, the precipitates were less intense and amounted to 10-30 mm, the area of Quebec City with about 50 mm, which is largely within the hour 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. local time clock fell, reaching a peak. The heavy rainfall caused local flooding and flash floods, causing a major road link had to be closed. In Montreal, the high humidity led to a breakdown in the subway, were affected by the number of commuters. The storm also caused in the vicinity of Montreal, Laval, Estrie and Montérégie power outages in about 25,000 households, and when he reached the Magdalen Islands, he still had enough force to bring a sailboat to destruction. The six passengers were rescued by a helicopter of the Canadian Coast Guard.
United States Coast Guard and Environmental Protection Agency and the competent institutions of the state registered more than 3000 cases of environmental contamination that caused the hurricane and its storm surge along the Texas coast. In most cases, it was discovered containers intended for propane, paints and other environmentally harmful substances.