Southforward.com – Extreme hot weather in Canada is reported to have claimed 33 lives. Temporary report, Temperature there can reach 35C and high humidity.
Quoted from the BBC, Friday (6/7/2018), this number is predicted to increase because the total death toll in recent days.
The mayor of Montreal, Valerie Plante says it is doing things to prevent anything they can.
“We did everything we could,” he said.
This heat wave is the worst in the province of Quebec in decades. Health officials urge residents to drink plenty of water and stay in the shade.
The mayor also even went to the homes of residents in his town to check on vulnerable people.
“I’m counting on respondents to knock on every door in Montreal, maybe from neighbors, just to find out if that person is okay.This is a team effort,” Plante said.
Normal temperatures in Montreal averaged well over 25C this year. According to Environment Canada, this heat wave should subside on Friday with a height of 24C.