Wildfires in western Canada have forced the evacuation of thousands of residents. The fires have also cut oil and gas production as companies shut down wells and pipelines.
Over 100 blazes were burning on Monday afternoon, with about a quarter classified as out of control. Smoke from the fires has been impacting the air quality across much of Canada and some parts of the U.S.
In Nova Scotia, hundreds of buildings have been destroyed and over 16,000 residents have been evacuated. The situation is being closely monitored by local authorities and emergency services are working tirelessly to contain the fires and protect residents.
The cause of the wildfires is still under investigation, but dry weather conditions and high winds have contributed to their spread. Residents in affected areas are being urged to follow evacuation orders and stay informed about the latest developments.
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