2.7M Hectares Lost, Nova Scotia at Ground Zero in ‘Unprecedented’ Early Wildfire Season

By [Energy Central] Mitchell Beer An “unprecedented” early start to Canada’s wildfire season had Emergency Preparedness Minister Bill Blair declaring 2.7 million hectares of forest destroyed, with crews combatting blazes from Atlantic Canada to British Columbia and Nova Scotia battling the flames in three subdivisions built with insufficient water to fight fires. With 211 fires burning last Thursday..

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