The death toll in the
Canadian province of Quebec rises to 70, with 34 of those occurring in Montreal.
Health authorities say up to 70 people may have died in Quebec as a result of heat-related complications since the beginning of an early July heat wave that saw temperatures climb to more than 40 C with the humidex.
The Canadian province of Quebec raises the death toll to 70, with 34 of those occurring in Montreal. 2018-07-11 07:30:14 (First version)
The d e a t h t o l l i n t h e Canadian province of Quebec rises to 70, with 34 of those occurring in Montreal. (Current version)
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