Canada In British Columbia, Canada, 700 people have died during Hurricane Week

The western parts of Canada and the United States have been clouded by heat for about a week now, raising temperatures to almost 50 degrees at their highest.

Canada More than 700 people have died in British Columbia in the past week, according to the provincial coroner’s office, according to an unprecedented reading.

There are three times as many deaths as would be recorded under normal circumstances at the same time. According to the province’s leading coroner, the extreme weather events that plagued the province are believed to have contributed to the exceptionally high number of deaths.

The western parts of Canada and the United States have been clouded by heat for about a week now, raising temperatures to almost 50 degrees at their highest.

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HOT and dry weather has also led to wildfires. In the area of ​​British Columbia, evacuation orders related to wildfires were expected on Friday, according to CBC News, the country’s broadcaster.

In British Columbia, 62 new fires have been reported in the last 24 hours, the provincial prime minister John Horgan said at a news conference, according to news agency AFP.

“I can’t overemphasize how extreme the risk of fire is right now almost everywhere in British Columbia,” Horgan said.

BRITISH In addition to Colombia, gentle warnings have also been issued to the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, parts of the Northwest Territories, and northern Ontario.

Hot weather also plagues the west coast of the United States.

In Canada, heat records have been broken since the beginning of the week on several days, and the meter has risen to a maximum of nearly 50 degrees. Hundreds of people are said to have died during the heatwave. Canada’s heat record for 1937 prior to this year was nearly five degrees lower.

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