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Random Weather Facts

Canadian Facts and Trivia - THE DISASTERS
Canada’s deadliest wildfire was also eastern North America’s largest.

Sparking in northern New Brunswick in early October 1825 after an uncommonly dry summer, the fire burned up to two million hectares of forest, and decimated communities along the Miramichi. At least 300 people lost their lives, though the number may be higher given how many thousands of lumbermen were working in the woods at the time.