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Both can lead to coughing and difficulty breathing.
The COVID-19 pandemic spread like wildfire. Now B.C. must prepare for forest fires too.
Experts now predict as many as one billion animals perished in the fires.
The intense heat has killed thousands of animals and displaced many more.
Climate change is making them more frequent and intense.
Over 100 fires are burning in southeast Australia, driven by high temperatures, low humidity and a severe drought.
Canada’s boreal is the largest intact forest in the world and we need to do more to protect it, researchers say.
A forecast calls for dryness out West, wetter conditions in Ontario.
In some areas the smoke was so thick, streetlights came on during the day.