Severe heat wave in Canada, 19 people died

Severe heat wave in Canada, 19 people died

According to the foreign news agency, 19 people died due to severe heat wave in Canada last week. 12 deaths occurred in the rural areas of Montreal.

According to the Canadian Meteorological Department, the temperature has reached 34 degrees last week since the heat index has reached 40, but the weather forecast says the heat intensity will begin to decrease by the end of the week.

Canada’s prime minister, Justin Troyo, expressed anger and sorrow over the deaths due to the heat, saying that marriages are with family members of the dead.

It is clear that Canada is in cold areas where the average temperature remains up to 25 degrees, due to severe heat in 2010, 100 people were killed in Montreal.