- Wildfires in Canada have already burned 10 times more land than usual, prompting thousands of evacuations.
- The scorched area is 6.7 million acres, with fires raging from British Columbia to Nova Scotia.
- Canada is experiencing the impact of climate change, and officials fear fire-fighting resources will be exhausted before the summer even officially begins.
- Firefighters from across the globe, including the US, Australia, and New Zealand, are helping with the containment effort.
Wildfires in Canada Have Already Burned 10 Times More Land Than Usual
Wildfires in Canada have burned 10 times more land than usual and forced thousands to evacuate. Firefighters from across the globe are helping with the containment effort.