Active wildfires burning in BC, 13 July 2017 (BC Wildfire Service/Google)
More than 300 firefighters from across Canada including New Brunswick are now in British Columbia to relieve those already on the ground battling over 180 wildfires.
Some progress has been made thanks to recent cooler weather but 14,000 residents have been evacuated and thousands more are on alert to leave their homes at short notice.
Forecasters say gusty winds expected this weekend could fan the flames even further and the heat is also expected to return.
The economy of the B.C. Interior is taking a hit this summer with many campgrounds and provincial parks forced to close due to the wildfires and related road closures.
Wildfire north of Cache Creek, BC, 07 July 2017 (BC Transportation/Twitter)
A state of emergency is in place across British Columbia which gives government special authority over more than 230 wildfires.
B.C. wildfire officials say weeks of hot, dry weather combined with strong winds and dry lightning have led to almost 16,000 hectares being burned so far.
More than 7,000 residents in the Interior and Cariboo regions have been evacuated from communities like Cache Creek, Princeton, Ashcroft and 100 Mile House to be housed in Kamloops.
Temperatures remain hot in these areas this weekend soaring above 30 C.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tours burnt-out areas of Fort McMurray, AB with Fire Chief Darby Allen, 13 May 2016 (Reuters)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Fort McMurray on Friday for the first time since wildfires destroyed more than 10 percent of the city or about 2,400 buildings.
Trudeau praised the work of emergency responders including firefighters for helping to save most of the city including the downtown core.
More than 90,000 people remain displaced and are staying with family or friends or remain in evacuation centres waiting for word on when they can return home.
Trudeau announced an extension of jobless benefits for those in the region which follows emergency financial aid announced for fire victims by the Red Cross and the Alberta government.
Although the wildfires have moved away from Fort McMurray, officials say the blazes could burn for weeks to come in forested areas.
RCMP officer in burned neighbourhood of Fort McMurray, 05 May 2016 (Alberta RCMP)
Apart from RCMP officers on patrol, the city of Fort McMurray remains a ghost town after wildfires forced almost 90,000 residents to evacuate.
Thousands who fled north to oil sands camps found themselves stranded since Highway 63 is the only route south.
RCMP are leading vehicles in convoys heading south through empty and burned out areas of Fort McMurray to evacuation centres as far south as Edmonton.
Wildfires have grown to cover 1000 square kilometres of northern Alberta and officials say only rain and cooler conditions will help temper the flames.
Wildfire closes in on Fort McMurray, AB neighbourhood, 03 May 2016 (Facebook)
The largest mandatory evacuation in the history of Alberta is underway as more than 80,000 people flee Fort McMurray due to a raging wildfire.
The forest has been tinder-dry and weather has not been cooperating for firefighters either with strong winds, soaring temperatures and low humidity.
The fire had entered the city limits by mid-afternoon and social media reports say homes, a trailer park and a hotel were engulfed in flames.
The airport remains open and officials say the city’s only hospital has been successfully evacuated.
Residents are being told to head north to the oil sands camps or Highway 63 south with evacuation centres on the way to Edmonton.
St. John River at Perth-Andover, NB, 19 April 2015 (Twitter)
A mandatory evacuation order was lifted in Perth-Andover today after water levels dropped on the St. John River.
More than 300 residents were told to leave over the weekend after an ice jam raised fears of flooding and the Red Cross had to set up an emergency shelter.
Officials will be keeping a close eye on the river for the next few days especially with rain in the forecast.
Forest fire near River Glade, NB, 07 May 2013 (Dearing)
Firefighters from several communities along with officials from the Department of Natural Resources have been battling a forest fire since mid-afternoon today near River Glade.
The fire was first reported around 2pm and has destroyed two mobile homes on Middlesex Road.
RCMP are helping to evacuate a number of area residents.
Despite efforts on the ground and by air to attack the fire, the DNR says it has spread over 150 hectares.
The smoke was visible and could even be smelled in Greater Moncton by late this afternoon.
As of 11:30pm, the fire was still classified as out of control.