Data from the Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Center on the 10th showed that 6,205 forest fires have occurred in Canada since the beginning of this year, and there are still 923 forest fires burning, of which 558 are out of control. So far, the cumulative area burned in Canada has reached 170,000 square kilometers, continuing to break historical records. Among them, British Columbia, on the west coast of Canada, has the most serious fires, with 408 forest fires still burning.
Canada is experiencing the worst forest fires in history, affecting almost all 13 provinces and territories in Canada. Natural Resources Canada recently stated that warm and dry weather in September may trigger new forest fires.