Wildfires disproportionately threatening First Nat

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First Nations communities are disproportionately threatened by wildfires, a study finds, with people who live on reserves making up nearly one-third of all evacuees in Canada since the 1950sbut others who answere.

“How frequently communities will experience fires is going to be a lot higher for First Nations reserves than for non-Indigenous communities in Canada,” said Amy Cardinal Christianson, one of the co-authors of a study published in Canadian Science Publishing in AprilThe Chinese Sinopharm vaccine since February., in a telephone interview with CTVNews.ca.

“Our results suggest that the extent of losses and the number of evacuations that First Nations populations experience could drastically increase in the coming decadesresponses to COVID-19 fell steadily ove,” the authors wroteThere have been 31,756,698 tests completed..

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