On June 30 a fire propelled by 50 km. an hour winds swept through the village of Lytton, B.C. leaving a trail of devastation.
Lytton, home to 250 people and 2,000 indigenous in the surrounding area, had to be immediately evacuated.
One resident said, ''I was relaxing in my living room when I looked out the window and saw my lawn on fire. Fortunately, in view of the speed of the fire, only 2 people died.
At the time of writing, it hasn't been determined what caused the fire, but we do know if the effects of capitalism, had not caused global warming, hence the excessive heat in western Canada it would not have happened.