The rain has finally stopped the fires that have been raging in the Canadian forests for the past several weeks.
According to foreign media, a fire broke out in the forests of the Canadian province of Alberta several weeks ago, more than 10,000 people were displaced due to the uncontrollable fire and more than 945,000 acres of land were engulfed in fire.
According to Christy Tucker with the Alberta Wildlife Agency, the fire area is cloudy on Monday, but more rain is expected. The agency says that the rain has been helpful for the firefighters participating in the firefighting process, which has given the firefighters a chance to control the fire.
The other hand, the Emergency Management Agency of Alberta says that the rainfall is insufficient to extinguish the fire.
It should be noted that the fire in Alberta also engulfed the forest of another province, British Columbia, while the smoke of the forest fire reached the United States.