Canada averages around 9,000 forest fires a year. Though numbers can differ from one year to the next, typically 25,000 square kilometres are destroyed. (US averages about 900 forest fires a year.)
Fire is a natural process, but in the U.S., we have a dense population of people and need to suppress fires. This results in a build up of underbrush and results in fewer fires that are more intense when they occur.
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