Fires have already decimated and gentrified cities in the U.S. Canada isn’t far behind: Tens of thousands have fled their homes because of fires since 1980, putting pressure on host communities.
One man even livestreamed himself sneaking into the ruins of Lytton, B.C.— to scour for evidence.
We can now see the desolation caused by a wildfire to Lytton, British Columbia, the community that set Canadian heat records last month.
Hundreds dead, marine mammal life decimated, and a town burned to the ground are all consequences of the sweltering heat in Canada and the U.S.
Officials said that most structures in Lytton, B.C., have been destroyed and multiple residents are still unaccounted for.
Canada is experiencing temperatures near 50 C and flood warnings as snow melts rapidly. And yes, it's likely caused by global warming.
Monday could be even hotter and experts say Canadians are likely experiencing a new normal.