A heat wave in the southern part of the Canadian province of Quebec has been linked to 54 deaths, officials say.
A heat wave in Quebec has killed 33 people in the past week as high summer temperatures scorched eastern Canada.
Public health authorities in Quebec have made a concerted effort to improve the reporting of heat-related deaths.
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Regional public health director Mylene Drouin said that the majority of the victims were men aged between 53 and 85. The other victims were reported in the southwest of the French-Canadian province.
CNN meteorologist Taylor Ward said the region has seen record high temperatures and high humidity since Sunday.
Media reports that Quebec is experiencing this heat for the first time in the last few decades.
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Officials urged residents to keep themselves hydrated and remain in the shade, while Montreal opened pools and air conditioned spaces to the public. "Obviously when we get there and the person may have passed, they're very rarely already with family".
Environment Canada says the areas most affected by the heat wave include the Island of Montreal, Châteauguay/La Prairie, Laval, Longueuil and Varennes.
Meanwhile, a unsafe heat wave is expected to grip California and parts of the southwest Friday and into the weekend, threatening millions of people and likely fueling existing wildfires in the United States.
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Police and firefighters also continued to go door to door in areas identified as having people considered at high risk: those with chronic illness or mental-health problems, those who live alone and people without air conditioning at home.