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  • Writer's pictureClarke Wallace


One can only feel for those in western Canada. How

desperate for them with wildfires having already burned

over 13.7 million hectares of land or 33.9 million acres.

Let alone those who have died from it.

It’s consumed communities, towns and villages leaving

nothing behind but rubble.

Imagine how desperate it would be wondering if you

might be next?

According to Climate Change Canada, it’s more than

33.9 million acres having already been torched.

We here in eastern Canada can’t imagine those

who lost their homes, now nothing more than piles of

rubble. We’re told some fires will last over the winter.

Writer’s comment: It‘s nothing short of mindboggling. We wring

our hands worrying about those who lost their homes, their

livelihood. Let alone their lives.

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