CANADA-FIRE

A September 21, 2023, aerial photo shows trees burnt by fires during the summer being felled before all the wood is devoured by an insect called a longhorned beetle, in Lebel-sur-Quevillon, Québec, Canada). The forestry industry works day and night in Quebec to salvage as much wood as possible after the summer's historic forest fires. (Photo by Mathiew LEISER / AFP) (Photo by MATHIEW LEISER/AFP via Getty Images)
A September 21, 2023, aerial photo shows trees burnt by fires during the summer being felled before all the wood is devoured by an insect called a longhorned beetle, in Lebel-sur-Quevillon, Québec, Canada). The forestry industry works day and night in Quebec to salvage as much wood as possible after the summer's historic forest fires. (Photo by Mathiew LEISER / AFP) (Photo by MATHIEW LEISER/AFP via Getty Images)
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