Canadian wildfire smoke darkens skies in Greenland’s capital

Nuuk (AFP) – Smoke from Canadian wildfires has darkened the skies about Greenland’s capital Nuuk. Residents of the Arctic island, which is located hundreds of kilometres from Canada’s coast, describe a strong smell of burnt wood. Canada has experienced its worst ever wildfire season this year, with every one of its 13 provinces and territories affected, and thousands of people evacuated.


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