Rain may soon help put out flames in Canada’s worst recorded wildfire season


A burnt landscape caused by wildfires is pictured near Entrance, Wild Hay area, Alberta, Canada on May 10.

Rain is expected to start on Sunday evening, potentially helping to put out wildfires in Canada’s Alberta and Quebec provinces. This is already the country’s worst wildfire year on record.

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