As the Canadian wildfires continue to rage across several provinces, international assistance is arriving to support the local firefighters and emergency services.
According to the Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre, more than 300 personnel from Mexico, the United States, Australia and New Zealand have been deployed to help combat the flames and protect the communities at risk.
The international aid is welcomed by the Canadian authorities, who are facing one of the worst fire seasons in recent history.
The wildfires have burned over 3 million hectares of land, forced thousands of people to evacuate their homes, and caused significant air quality issues.
The international crews are bringing specialized skills, equipment and experience to the fire zones, where they will work alongside their Canadian counterparts.
The collaboration also strengthens the ties and mutual understanding between the countries involved.
The Canadian government has expressed its gratitude and appreciation for the international help, which demonstrates the solidarity and friendship of the global community in times of crisis.