Canada is experiencing a record-breaking wildfire season, with more than 3.3 million hectares (8.2 million acres) of land burned so far.
The fires have forced more than 120,000 people to evacuate their homes, and at least 20 people have been killed.
The fires are being fueled by hot, dry weather and high winds.
Climate change is playing a role in the severity of the fires, as warmer temperatures and drier conditions create more favorable conditions for fires to start and spread.
The fires are having a devastating impact on the environment, destroying wildlife habitat and releasing harmful pollutants into the air.
The fires are also having a significant economic impact, costing businesses and governments billions of dollars.
The government of Canada has declared a national state of emergency in response to the wildfires.
Thousands of firefighters are working to contain the fires, but they are facing challenges due to the size and intensity of the fires.
The fires are expected to continue for several more weeks, and it is possible that they could worsen.
The government of Canada is urging Canadians to stay safe and to follow the instructions of local officials.