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Wildfires continue to burn in Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia

  • Published on Jun 6, 2023 veröffentlicht
  • New evacuations and burn bans have been ordered as wildfires continue to spread across Quebec and parts of Ontario.
    The largest wildfire in Nova Scotia's history isn't expected to spread any further.
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  • brontew cat
    brontew cat 3 months ago +11

    I think we in Australia feel for Canadians. We know what you are going through.

    • Kat. H
      Kat. H 3 months ago +2

      Thank you. You had a terrible fire there. I felt bad for all the ppl and the koala bears and other animals. It’s sad seeing so many dead koalas. Broke my heart. As when they are scared they climb the tree except the problem was the trees were on fire. 😢. Bad memories. Pray you don’t go through that again. Praying us here in Canada they get them all under control. I hear now like there ppl are setting so many of the fires. What’s wrong with ppl. Sad. Sad. Sad

  • SeaLife
    SeaLife 3 months ago +20

    Bless everyone in Canada 🇨🇦 🙏🏽

  • Lovely Little Lillies
    Lovely Little Lillies 3 months ago +21

    Canada is such a beautiful country full of luscious greenery, full of beautiful forrests. It's so sad what is happening. So heartbreaking to watch Canada suffer like this

    • Franklin Fleming
      Franklin Fleming 3 months ago +3

      It's fine it'll grow back. Be worried about the "emergency evacuation centre s"..... Nothing shady to see here folks.....😶😯☠️☠️

    • M S
      M S 3 months ago +1

      We've got lots of trees.

    • Dredster747
      Dredster747 3 months ago +6

      Fires are actually healthy for forests, not so much for houses or people though.

    • Franklin Fleming
      Franklin Fleming 3 months ago +2

      @Dredster747 very correct. And since it's bout forcing people into "evacuation centre s". Not the climate it all makes sense now to everyone?

    • Moshe Shekelsteinspanbergblat
      Moshe Shekelsteinspanbergblat 3 months ago

      Russia has a large fleet of the world's best firefighting aircraft. Canada should surrender to Russia immediately, to receive assistance.

  • Marc Lebouthillier
    Marc Lebouthillier 3 months ago +87

    I sincerely hope that these fires were not deliberately set.

    • Benito Pepolini
      Benito Pepolini 3 months ago +54

      They were lol

    • arc angelz
      arc angelz 3 months ago +6

      totally saw 10 scorched trees today in small local forset.

    • Prod by Emgwap
      Prod by Emgwap 3 months ago +2

      Un autre fucker Du Quebec, je prie pour toi mon chum

    • Alexandra S.
      Alexandra S. 3 months ago

      ​@Prod by Emgwap dang! Ya'll hate each other just as much as us 😂 oh the silliness of it

  • hwhatup
    hwhatup 3 months ago +4

    Prayers go out and I will help donate. Poor people man

  • martine. mjt
    martine. mjt 3 months ago +1

    courage to all those surviving this.

  • Chase Fancy
    Chase Fancy 3 months ago +65

    This is greatly effecting the toxicity in the air. The clouds should not be so hazy.

    • samljer
      samljer 3 months ago +8

      My home has smelt like a bonfire for 3 days now.

    • Chase Fancy
      Chase Fancy 3 months ago +8

      @samljer I suggest you purchase an air purifier for your bedroom. It is essential the dilution rate from particle toxicity must be reduced when you are sleeping. When you are awake and exerting muscle flow and circulation you can eliminate contamination. Ensure to also drink 1.5 to 2 liters of water each day. I pray you heed my advice because I will not guide you in the wrong direction.

    • The Meme Borrower
      The Meme Borrower 3 months ago +1

      The clouds aren’t hazy, the smoke layer going over the entire province is what’s causing the haze.

    • Chase Fancy
      Chase Fancy 3 months ago +1

      @The Meme Borrower This is what causes the clouds to be hazy. High prices are not inflation. High prices are the result of inflation.

  • Sega Girl Adventures
    Sega Girl Adventures 3 months ago +1

    Heartbreaking 😢im in Canada Ontario i just heard about the fires from yesterday late afternoon. I stepped outside to walk my dog and it smelled like fire. Its Heartbreaking all these fires so sad for the wildlife and people.

  • Pegausus
    Pegausus 3 months ago +20

    This is definitely going to have a huge impact on, education, health, and wildlife.
    What I find most disturbing, it’s set in random patterns… this is definitely a shady cause. Lighting causes this?

    • Bob Woods
      Bob Woods 3 months ago +7

      Or someone hiked a hundred km from the nearest road through deep Canadian wilderness and started a fire during a lightning storm.

    • Tanner
      Tanner 3 months ago +3

      @Bob Woods can you inform me on how it spreads so fast to the point they really can’t contain it? Is it due to dryness?

    • Spacepulse
      Spacepulse 3 months ago +1

      Dryness, landscape/wind conditions. You ever burned a dried up old Christmas tree in a bonfire? Those needles burn up so fast when dry, definitely an accelerant.

    • Bob Woods
      Bob Woods 3 months ago

      @Tanner And wind.

    • couch photography
      couch photography 3 months ago +7

      No, the shady crime minister has caused this

  • BC coaster
    BC coaster 3 months ago

    This happens every year. You can’t stop it

  • Pam
    Pam 3 months ago +1

    You are all in my prayers

  • Christine Moccia
    Christine Moccia 3 months ago +17

    It still amazes me that houses are burnt to the ground with just twisted melted remains of appliances, and yet the trees around are burnt but still standing.

    • Elijah
      Elijah 3 months ago +3

      I want to say it has to do with the moisture still in the trees

    • bunnywavy xx
      bunnywavy xx 3 months ago +1

      The trees are also 90+ ft high and have lived for hundreds of years at this point

    • Lupe A
      Lupe A 3 months ago +1

      I know right, science and logic are so hard....hehe

    • E.V. Hodge
      E.V. Hodge 3 months ago +2

      You learnt about flammability and content of chemistry. Good.

  • Ron Chasr
    Ron Chasr 3 months ago

    i live in montreal,quebec. some days the smoke has been really bad lately. however, i was wondering about siberia,russia. it has basically the same geography as northern quebec, ontario, and nwt. they must be having the same fire problem as canada. why is canada getting all the attention. this is a global problem.

  • Mark
    Mark 3 months ago +15

    Why do and how does the fires all start at the same time? Wouldn't that be impossible?

    • Lastly More
      Lastly More 3 months ago


    • Franklin Fleming
      Franklin Fleming 3 months ago +2

      Arson lol. That one footage could Be CGI.

    • John Fisher
      John Fisher 3 months ago +7

      intentionally lit by the feds

    • slevin sleven
      slevin sleven 3 months ago +1

      Just a wild guess here, but probably because the dry temperatures from last weeks are pretty much the same everywhere...
      Ffs, you guys have the BIGGEST state of forest fire worldwide (California) and you still don't know?
      The level of education radiating from your comment is mind blowing smh

    • Tasso Demo
      Tasso Demo 3 months ago

      Not really. Canada dealt with dry air all over the country so it’s certainly not impossible.

  • Ladybug
    Ladybug 3 months ago +19

    Oddly if they are seedling clouds to rain then this would be the time 🤔

    • RLemay
      RLemay 3 months ago

      That’s more to prevent hail no?

  • Kristofor Learmonth
    Kristofor Learmonth 3 months ago +35

    It just shows you what hot weather, pine trees, a bottle of kerosene and a magnifying glass can do!

    • spectrumofreality
      spectrumofreality 3 months ago +8

      AS a ruralite I can tell you that the forests here in Northern Ontario have been decimated by the intentional release of the Spruce beetle which has killed so many spruce and balsam trees it is not even funny leaving them in a tinder dry condition. Anyone who knows anything about the woods also knows that bows taken even from green balsam or spruce is the easiest way to start a fire in the woods even on a rainy day.

  • mboiko
    mboiko 3 months ago +9

    If you want to read about Nova Scotia's long strange history of wildfires read "Nova Scotia's Fiery Past". Many of us in northern Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine are wondering what exactly is going on in the provinces...not to mention the fact that Halifax/Shearwater received 50.54" of precipitation in the last 12 months. Average yearly precipitation in Boston is 43" and Denver 15".
    So what caused a ridiculous 176 wildfires by May and why is no one asking that question?
    These fires were clearly started by people...and need to be fully investigated.

    • GrimHellscream
      GrimHellscream 3 months ago +1

      Weather was weird this year at least where I'm at. We got a lot of snow at points, but we also got a lot of rain included with it, which melted the snow after only a couple days. Snow generally melts gradually, so by not having that source of water things dried out faster.
      This is the kind of conditions you'd expect in July or August, it's just hitting earlier this year.

    • mboiko
      mboiko 3 months ago +1

      @GrimHellscream So the question remains in the case of Nova Scotia. With a totally normal 50.54" of precipitation (Halifax/Shearwater) over the last 12 months 3.24" over the last month, and with relatively high humidity. How did they get a record 176 fires (the normal amount by the end of May is around 70) so early in the season before any lightning activity...and the answer is careless people.
      When you live in a relatively wet climate on a peninsula in the North Atlantic you have a significant safety margin for being careless. But the climate has changed and the days of being careless are over, as they have now found out.
      It's a new reality many will have to adjust to...

    • Anmar S.
      Anmar S. 3 months ago +2

      ​@mboiko it's a new reality that's been intentionlly created. “There's no smoke without fire".

    • mboiko
      mboiko 3 months ago +1

      @Anmar S. The question is who started them...a question no one seems too eager to talk about.

  • melissa h
    melissa h 3 months ago +9

    We are worried about the homes of humanity but what about all the animals that lost their homes and died

  • SilicaSkynet
    SilicaSkynet 3 months ago +11

    Parts of Canada and USA will eventually be uninhabitable as these types of occurrences and changes get worse every year.

    • Kangaroo
      Kangaroo 3 months ago +6

      So you don't believe the earth changes ever? Naturally?

    • Addison Page
      Addison Page 3 months ago +2

      @Kangaroo this one has had a few cases of arson, but yet the news won’t even touch the ones we know through police reports are arson, just a guess, but hey, we’ve seen them do it before with other things

    • shawn obetkoff
      shawn obetkoff 3 months ago

      Bring back public executions for these acts of violence

  • ƬЯaᴉT of sɪИN 習性
    ƬЯaᴉT of sɪИN 習性 3 months ago +18

    I live in Ottawa and every where you go you can smell smoke...we're right in the middle of everything

    • 🌸Blossom The Axolotl🌸
      🌸Blossom The Axolotl🌸 3 months ago +2

      Im so sorry for you guys, i hope you guys the best.

    • CSG Savage Banana
      CSG Savage Banana 3 months ago +2

      tell me about it, im in gatineau and i work 15 hours a day outside on construction, my lungs are pisssssed

    • JE55E JAME5
      JE55E JAME5 3 months ago +1

      can smell smoke in northern Ontario and one of the fires is hours away from where I live

    • JE55E JAME5
      JE55E JAME5 3 months ago +1

      white river as been on fire for a bit now

    • Fuzzy Logic
      Fuzzy Logic 3 months ago +1

      Polticians attract the smoke. Get out of Ottawa. ;-)

  • mangaas
    mangaas 3 months ago +4

    Have they explained how separate fires all started at the exact same moment? Any explanation of the satellite footage? Were these controlled burns that got out of hand or what?

  • Josh Howard
    Josh Howard 3 months ago +7

    Great job Canada 👍

  • Cynthia Lauzon
    Cynthia Lauzon 3 months ago

    That's so sad😢

  • Saphira_rain
    Saphira_rain 3 months ago +25

    Try the entire country of Canada is on fire or flooding!!! or just a bunch of civilians, starving and losing everything because our government has the cost of living outrageously high. You realize Alberta still has fires going on to 😂

    • JE55E JAME5
      JE55E JAME5 3 months ago +1

      nothing to see here, just a dumpster fire lol

    • shawn obetkoff
      shawn obetkoff 3 months ago

      Odd that they would turn down the offer of Mars water bomber ,said to expensive..............

    • Saphira_rain
      Saphira_rain 3 months ago +1

      @shawn obetkoff EXACTLY!!! But apparently Canada burning down to the ground isn’t more expensive than that though I guess🤦🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️

  • Memes
    Memes 3 months ago +3


  • JP Manabat
    JP Manabat 3 months ago +55

    We must all blame Justin Trudeau for his incompetence.

    • Sturgeon85
      Sturgeon85 3 months ago +18

      Incompetence is one thing, this is by design

    • Adam Baum
      Adam Baum 3 months ago +3

      Justin is Nero fiddling about as all of Rome is burning around him!

    • E Ramos89
      E Ramos89 3 months ago +3

      I think it's climate change Cletus, gotta use your brain.

  • Samael The angel of death
    Samael The angel of death 3 months ago +1

    Grass doesn't burn that hot, it's freaking gasoline

  • Mooshkillaboy
    Mooshkillaboy 3 months ago +13

    The only thing Trudeau will do in response is to increase the carbon tax yet again.

  • 匚卄尺丨丂
    匚卄尺丨丂 3 months ago +13

    Military direct energy weapons at their finest.

    • Franklin Fleming
      Franklin Fleming 3 months ago +1

      Or just general arson

    • 匚卄尺丨丂
      匚卄尺丨丂 3 months ago

      @Franklin Fleming Doubtful

    • Franklin Fleming
      Franklin Fleming 3 months ago +1

      @匚卄尺丨丂 federal arson for control? Shove people into "evacuation centers".

    • John Fisher
      John Fisher 3 months ago +3

      could be, I mean we clearly know it was intentional, but anything else is speculation

  • M
    M 3 months ago +1

    How this is possible?! Canada has the highest technological capability so y fire 🔥 spreading too much 😮

  • Alvar0 1973
    Alvar0 1973 3 months ago +8

    Hope that Justin Trudeau will not use this emergency to cover up the economic crisis we Canadians are facing. Hope the press do its job.

    • Jason Lauritsen
      Jason Lauritsen 3 months ago +3

      The press do it's job?! A magic genie is more likely to give you 3 wishes.

  • tom hook
    tom hook 3 months ago

    I wouldn't worry too much.
    Next month, stats Canada will tell everyone, the wildfire stimulated economic growth, and our GDP is going through the roof again.

  • M M
    M M 3 months ago +24

    There's no way this isn't arson.

    • slevin sleven
      slevin sleven 3 months ago +3

      Yeah, it's like dry weather for weeks and thunders is something from fairy tales...
      We all know thunder clouds can't cause fires 🙄🤦

    • Kat. H
      Kat. H 3 months ago

      Your right. Many many ppl have each been charged with arson. Each one set many fires each. Not just one or a few. Talking 10,30,29,11. Etc etc
      They are getting paid. We all know who is giving them the money as well. To put so many ppl out of homes etc. is sickening!

  • keep moving.
    keep moving. 3 months ago +5

    Resignation of Prime Minister Trudeau right now! incapable of asking for help from to the United States of America Air force and, worse still, total inability to send the royal canadian air force to put out the wildfires.

    • lori b
      lori b 3 months ago

      American, New Zealand and South African crews have been here for almost a week

  • Ayan Pradhan
    Ayan Pradhan 3 months ago +7

    Is all the fires due to thunder? Cause in 6 years I heardly seen any thunder from skies in Canada. Honestly it’s hard to understand the reason of so many fires 😢

    • Adam Baum
      Adam Baum 3 months ago +3

      "Thunder" does not cause fires, and you can't see thunder, thunder is a sound!

    • Ayan Pradhan
      Ayan Pradhan 3 months ago +4

      @Adam Baum sry what I meant is lightning, my English vocabulary is not so good. Thank you

    • Adam Baum
      Adam Baum 3 months ago

      @Ayan Pradhan Oh, OK.

    • slevin sleven
      slevin sleven 3 months ago +4

      Yeah because the whole Canada is in your town.. Ffs, I see thunders almost every two weeks in summer, since 1983 smh

  • Mike S
    Mike S 3 months ago +26

    The fires remind me of the former leader of the evil Jesuits who once told his followers to set the world on fire. Fires do not just randomly erupt from dry brush or grass.

    • CookingUpGaming
      CookingUpGaming 3 months ago +15

      Guess you have never heard of lightning? Jesus the average I.Q. of this comment board is scary.

    • Andrew Nibirunnaki
      Andrew Nibirunnaki 3 months ago +18

      Chances of nature is very slim verses man. Definitely man's doing

    • CookingUpGaming
      CookingUpGaming 3 months ago +6

      @Andrew Nibirunnaki we just recently had a tropical storm a month and a half ago. That causes dead trees to splinter and fall over, we had 3 weeks of dry weather with almost no rain. Then we had moisture move in and clash with the dry weather. This means lightening in a tinderbox.
      Common sense. Forest fires happe every year.

    • Sturgeon85
      Sturgeon85 3 months ago +8

      ​@CookingUpGaming we've had no dry lightning in Ontario, so.........

  • Repent and believe in Jesus Christ

    Repent to Jesus Christ “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.”
    ‭‭Galatians‬ ‭6‬:‭9‬ ‭NIV‬‬

  • Hellovajim
    Hellovajim 3 months ago

    I don't get it, did it start from one and spread across Canada, or they all just started seperately at the same time?

  • LW1zFog
    LW1zFog 3 months ago


  • katerina
    katerina  3 months ago +2

    Poor animals why do they have to endure human stupidity

    DIVIDED STREETS OF AMERICA 3 months ago +17

    How come india and africa never have wild fires?

    • Tonyboy_c
      Tonyboy_c 3 months ago +2

      Not enough trees ?

    • Lovely Little Lillies
      Lovely Little Lillies 3 months ago +1

      India has monsoon season they probably suffer from flooding. Can't have fires in a flood. Not sure about Africa, but from seeing how green some parts are they might also have wet climates and plenty of participation. Meanwhile there are parts of Canada (norther BC I believe and parts of AB) and US (like Cali) that are notorious for hot and dry conditions in the summer. Fires here are not unnatural.
      U an American? U know about some of the desert conditions that exist in the US. Some places just lack sufficient bodies of water.

    • slevin sleven
      slevin sleven 3 months ago +1

      • Nearly 10.66% area of Forest Cover in India is under extremely to very highly fire prone zone, as per the long-term trend analysis performed by FSI.
      • States under North-Eastern Region, showed the highest tendency of forest fire, as these states are falling under extremely to very highly forest fire zone.
      • States like Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya, and Manipur in North-Eastern Part of India exhibit the highest forest fire probability in term of its frequency of event occurrence.
      • Parts of Western Maharashtra, Southern part of Chhattisgarh, Central part of Odisha and few parts of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka are showing patches of extremely and very highly fire prone zones.

  • Cyclone
    Cyclone 3 months ago +12

    Maybe they should spend time figuring out how to prevent these wildfires instead of trying to regulate Clip-Share. Just saying.

    • slevin sleven
      slevin sleven 3 months ago

      So you guys in Cali came up with anything yet? You'd think a state with more people than the whole Canada would have figured it out since uh?
      Oh, just saying 🙄

    • slevin sleven
      slevin sleven 3 months ago

      @jayBinks-gl5rb seems like you're too, replying to all my comments

  • Errol Flynn
    Errol Flynn 3 months ago +1

    We’re right on track Reducing life expectancy ( big smile )
    -Klaus Schwab

  • Grahzzy
    Grahzzy 3 months ago +1

    the smoke is hitting us in the usa

  • Mega6staR Gaming
    Mega6staR Gaming 3 months ago +3

    Don't they have those machines that make the weather shift? Where's the rain when you need it?

  • Skyler 🌸
    Skyler 🌸 3 months ago +8

    It kind of seems too big for a wildfire usually wildfires do not last basically three days and if it did it wouldn't be this bad it travelled into a whole different country and got it halfway basically it kind of seems way too big for Wildfire not going to lie I don't know what happened because everyone's telling me something different and Google's telling me Lightning I don't know who to believe at this point

    • Fuzzy Logic
      Fuzzy Logic 3 months ago +2

      It is a combination of things starting the fires. The real question is why are these fires becoming so frequent and stronger. That is global warming at work. Our weather systems allow for winter snow to melt sooner in the spring and in places with mountains like British Columbia that causes flooding in the spring as you have the melt off from the mountains melting faster and sooner than normal plus the spring rains. The melt off early causes alot of dry forests and less rain in the spring making things worse for forests.....
      So we can ban fires all together but there will always be things that start fires naturally. The dryer the conditions the quicker, bigger and more frequent they become.
      Next chapter has dead people rising and walking the earth again.... lol

  • Tigress
    Tigress 3 months ago +23

    I hope the fires make it to Trudeau's residence

  • Suzanna Robitaille
    Suzanna Robitaille 3 months ago +1

    Yeah well in Alberta there was police going in and taking guns out of houses, they were caught on camera. So I think they were set on purpose! Screwing up people's camping plans!!!

  • Tomioka’s eyebrows☀︎👀

    Poor people in Canada right now.

  • Ugly Ashley Cave
    Ugly Ashley Cave 3 months ago +4

    I know these guys dropping mirrors in the woods to cause wildfires.

  • John Arthur
    John Arthur 3 months ago +1

    why did they all start at the same time? what caused them it is not natural?

  • Antonella Provenzano
    Antonella Provenzano 3 months ago +1


  • Franklin Fleming
    Franklin Fleming 3 months ago +42

    More fires started next to high ways eh? Shady a.f

    • samljer
      samljer 3 months ago +6

      Cigarette flickers. see it all the time.

    • Franklin Fleming
      Franklin Fleming 3 months ago +1

      @samljer ... Potentially... But many shady factors.

  • X Xx
    X Xx 3 months ago +1

    The question is who made the fire?

  • Dave swita
    Dave swita 3 months ago +1

    Prayer go out to you good folks Bad Deal 10-4

  • Tommy Gibs
    Tommy Gibs 3 months ago +2

    Houses burned but the trees are still there?

  • 7TheWhiteWolf
    7TheWhiteWolf 3 months ago +1

    Don’t worry everyone, we regulated the internet. That’ll solve all the actual problems.

  • Maggie Bannen Berkowitz
    Maggie Bannen Berkowitz 3 months ago +1

    Why cant they get the fires under control??

  • Matt Matheson
    Matt Matheson 3 months ago

    On the west coast, we just call this Thursday.

  • Doge Dave
    Doge Dave 3 months ago +2

    They’re not wildfires. Lookup how they were all lit at the same time…..satellite imagery

  • Daniel Baltzis
    Daniel Baltzis 3 months ago

    Anyone seen any big foots running for their lives? Just wondering?

  • Loan Nguyen
    Loan Nguyen 3 months ago +5

    Do we have any enemy try to start the fire in the first place to distroy our nature forest ?!

  • G Hadi
    G Hadi 3 months ago

    Im glad to see it burning quebec keep going fire !!!

  • HillbillyDeluxe
    HillbillyDeluxe 3 months ago +15

    Is Trudeau gonna pay that carbon footprint tax?

  • Alien_Ware1981
    Alien_Ware1981 3 months ago

    What is the helicopter doing? @ 0:55

  • Loko Lizarraga
    Loko Lizarraga 3 months ago +2

    Following the agenda😊

  • Anti All
    Anti All 3 months ago +1

    Is it really that sad?

  • Roger Cook
    Roger Cook 3 months ago +6

    They are setting these fires on purpose...there is video of helicopters dropping flaming liquid in the forests...wtf is going on...

  • Teri Stankowski Rosniak
    Teri Stankowski Rosniak 3 months ago +3

    Where are they exactly burning in Ontario???

  • Sohaib Khan
    Sohaib Khan 3 months ago +14

    Lets hope the fire makes it way to Bernardos cell

    • andre strzelczyk
      andre strzelczyk 3 months ago +9

      how about trudopes office

    • notgonnapay
      notgonnapay 3 months ago +1

      @andre strzelczyk wouldn’t be the first time he’s been in blackface.

  • Sasha Helewa
    Sasha Helewa 3 months ago +1

    If you were always against Trudeau then this is a perfect time to start hating.

  • Ben James
    Ben James 3 months ago

    What are they doing clearing out more woods to add more oil pipe lines

  • pebbles
    pebbles 3 months ago +4

    What response>his 'charming' smile as he celebrates the month?

  • J. Col
    J. Col 3 months ago +1

    imma need every Canadian to put their hockey sticks down and grab a bucket 🪣

  • Heath Uhles
    Heath Uhles 3 months ago

    Im expecting a big “Sorry” from Canada soon

    • Mic'.'
      Mic'.' 3 months ago +2

      Apologies.From canada

    • slevin sleven
      slevin sleven 3 months ago

      Still waiting for the Californian one

    • Ap
      Ap 3 months ago

      You do realize this fire started from “global warming” which means every human is at fault considering all of us contribute in global warming

    • Mic'.'
      Mic'.' 3 months ago

      @Ap yeah i guess so

    • Jonah Brown
      Jonah Brown 3 months ago

      ​@Ap You're joking, right?

  • Yoyo
    Yoyo 3 months ago +4


      TheAMBULOCETUS 3 months ago +3

      @Yoyo Would be happy to give the land back. European descendants need to go back and claim Europe back from the invaders. Trust me, I do understand how you feel, if everyone stayed in their own countries, we’d all be better off. We could still sell and trade goods without invading each others countries.

    • guest
      guest 3 months ago +1

      @TheAMBULOCETUS Europeans hate americans. no.

    • no taboos
      no taboos 3 months ago

      Starting with who? The Romans?

    ROBERT 3 months ago +4


  • alienincoming
    alienincoming 3 months ago

    earth got too high canada too FIRE

  • Corn Dog
    Corn Dog 3 months ago

    "wild" fires....

  • Don S
    Don S 3 months ago

    Enjoy the fire and smoke

  • Laurie Glick
    Laurie Glick 3 months ago +1


    • slevin sleven
      slevin sleven 3 months ago

      Cali is so generous every year, we thought we'd pay back 🤗

  • Tim Widmann
    Tim Widmann 3 months ago

    This is bs. I see no orange smoke like you see over ny and nj

  • elizabeth Abbott
    elizabeth Abbott 3 months ago

    How did so many get started?

    SUNNY CRITI 3 months ago

    Canada on their way to becoming the new Sahara

  • Old Account
    Old Account 3 months ago +33

    Bro some evil rich cult doing this as a war tactic

  • A bottle of Orange Crush

    Saw video thumbnail and assumed this was a DOOM video.

  • Any day now 55
    Any day now 55 3 months ago +8

    0:54 why do it look like the helicopter is doping sparks on the trees

    • Axel Caparros
      Axel Caparros 3 months ago +3

      i saw that too and a line of small smoke pattern... is this fire intentional?

    • The Harvester Project
      The Harvester Project 3 months ago +9

      Depending on the situation and area the best way to stop a wild fire is the control burn of an area before it gets to it... remove the fuel (trees/brush) and the fire will stop.

    • Any day now 55
      Any day now 55 3 months ago

      @The Harvester Project I know but the area of a effect was big but I get you. Thanks for the in sight.

    • The Harvester Project
      The Harvester Project 3 months ago +2

      @I A there's a very large nature preserve where I live and they do controlled burns every year to manage the growth and potentially large fires like these..... not sure how these started.. I heard most have been arson or debris (probably cigarettes and blunts) being thrown from roads and thru ways... either way it's terrible and I hope they can get it under control.

    • Alexandra S.
      Alexandra S. 3 months ago

      Ok i am officially scared

  • Mr. Stark
    Mr. Stark 3 months ago

    and the government taxes us on our carbon footprint?

  • enter a name here
    enter a name here 3 months ago +3

    Meanwhile raise the interest rate...

  • E.V. Hodge
    E.V. Hodge 3 months ago

    Great. It makes so much work for so many different people's professions in the aftermath. No money, no honey, end up living in a left wing dunny.

  • arc angelz
    arc angelz 3 months ago

    west to east burning in canada

  • Fuzzy Logic
    Fuzzy Logic 3 months ago

    Hmmmm; at what point do the dead rise and walk the earth again?

  • Paul Bahen
    Paul Bahen 3 months ago

    And where is our foreign aid?? Where are these countries that we have given aid to in thier times of crisis?

  • litterbug
    litterbug 3 months ago +1

    Fear mongering at its finest

  • Corn Dog
    Corn Dog 3 months ago +3

    relocation efforts per Agenda2030, aka "Sustainable Development"

  • Ben James
    Ben James 3 months ago

    What are they doing burning woods to clear way to build more oil pipe lines and save money

  • david broadhurst
    david broadhurst 3 months ago +8

    B.s seeing this vid tells me there using a weapon to start the fires!

    • DasItMane
      DasItMane 3 months ago +2

      What's the weapon David? Please enlighten us

    • slevin sleven
      slevin sleven 3 months ago

      Got your tin foiled hat this morning?

    • Anthony Fauci's least favorite beagle
      Anthony Fauci's least favorite beagle 3 months ago

      ​@slevin sleven got your social credit score increased this morning comrade?

    • slevin sleven
      slevin sleven 3 months ago

      @Anthony Fauci's least favorite beagle Nah I'm clean, this is alt account, projection much?😂😂

    • Anthony Fauci's least favorite beagle
      Anthony Fauci's least favorite beagle 3 months ago

      @slevin sleven by alt you mean bot. I hope your programmer reads these replies and updates your speech algorithm. Terrible

  • Joyce Hilkey
    Joyce Hilkey 3 months ago

    What is the leaders of Canada doing about these fires….affecting the air in America. Why won’t American forest service go back to removing dead wood from forest that act like tinder….this use to be done. Where are the look out towers. There has to be an answer and it is not thinking we control the climate.

  • James Smith
    James Smith 3 months ago

    Order out of chaos

  • Paolo Benedicti
    Paolo Benedicti 3 months ago +2

    Any mentions of the arsonists..? Ops, that’s against the woke leftists’ narrative.