Coquitlam homeowners to get wildfire education Ottawa faces calls to suspend 2 days ago   02:03

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Coquitlam Fire and Rescue is teaching homeowners how to reduce the threat of wildfires in urban areas. This includes removing items from your yard that have the potential to increase the risk of a wildfire spreading.

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Ed C
Meanwhile it was pissing rain all day
Kelly Hudson
How about giving the country an education in the climate crisis?
jason genaw
I hope he explains how aluminum oxide and a couple other elements they spray in the atmosphere makes thermite. Well when it rains down and dries up thats whats left on all trees and homes. The trees consume the metals and when microwaved? Burning inside out. Look at the burn patterns. Almost etched out like microchips. And is magically jumps miles to burn just trailer parks? They just happend to have all main exits closed off? The only thing wild about these fires is that they burn hotter and are not natural. Its wild we just go to work and pay taxes that pay for our own demise. Of all the species that live here, we are the only ones dumb enough to pay to live here.
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Ottawa faces calls to suspend Coquitlam homeowners to get wildfire education 2 days ago   09:51

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