BC Fires: Half of Province Covered in Smoke

“Pretty much all of the resources in Canada are tapped out…They’re all on the fire line.”

Kerry Anderson, a research scientist with the Canadian Forest Service, discusses the country’s unprecedented wildfire season that has (so far) burned more than 10,000 square miles and brought in firefighters from as far away as New Zealand. Alaska’s fire season is off to a blazing start, too.

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