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Ontario/Québec

Québec’s temperature has gone from 1°C to 3°C in the past 50 years. It will continue to increase exponentially from now on, and will have very serious and negative consequences such as more forest fires, air pollution and heavy precipitation. Because of the heavy precipitation, sewer systems will break more and St. Laurence, where 60% of Québec’s population lives, will be threatened by a lot of floods.