British Columbia just declared a state of emergency due to wildfires. We have had more than 1,800 wildfires throughout the province since April 1st burning approximately 940,000 acres. Washington has had 135,000 acres burn thus far, Oregon has had 52,000 acres burn, and California has had more than 740,000 acres burn this year. The vast majority of these fires are human caused. Yeah, so if you could stop denying climate change exists and stop throwing your cigarette butt out of your car window that'd be great.
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The wildfire smoke is so thick in Vancouver that it has now completely blocked out the views of the North Shore mountains from City Hall.
Swipe 👉 to see more photos of what it looks like near Science World and Second Beach.
There is little relief in the forecast for Metro Vancouver and much of south and central B.C.
Smoke from an estimated 600 wildfires burning across the province pushed the air quality health index up to high for large areas of the province, meaning residents should consider reducing strenuous activities outdoors.
Video and photos by CBC’s Denis Dossman, @tinalovgreen and Jennifer Wilson #cbcvancouver#britishcolumbia#wildfires#vancouver#cityhall#smoke#bcwildfires