In 1980, Jimmy Carter led Ronald Reagan in many polls this time of year. He went on to lose by 10 points.
“The conditions that made these wildfires possible — namely, the unusually warm and dry winter the region has experienced — almost certainly had a climate change component,”
Why is Saskatchewan seeing so many wildfires this year?
"In a short answer, climate change," Toddi Steelman told CBC Saskatchewan's Blue Sky.
Steelman is the executive director of the School of Environment and Sustainability at the University of Saskatchewan and is one of the leading experts in the country on wildfires.
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