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My Home Is on Fire — And So Is Yours

A personal discussion on two interconnected “natural” disasters that require our attention

A building burning in a fire
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For those of us living in the Pacific North West, wildfire season is upon us, as there are over 295 currently in British Columbia.

However, this year has felt different.




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Angela Phan

Angela Phan

Just another ‘Zillennial’ trying to make sense of the world ✨. I write about relationships, self-development, climate, and everything in between.

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