By the numbers: northern Sask. wildfires, July 7

Total area affected by wildfires to date is larger than the total area of Toronto.

All things data for north Saskatchewan's wildfires on July 7

A fire crew battles a blaze in the La Ronge area on northern Saskatchewan. There were 113 forest fires burning in the province on Tuesday, July 7. (Government of Saskatchewan/CP)

Wildfire numbers:


Evacuees registered with the Ministry of Social Services.


Are staying in one of Saskatoon, Prince Albert, North Battleford or Regina.


Are now in Cold Lake, Alta. 


Year to date wildfires in Saskatchewan.


Hectares of land area they've affected in Saskatchewan.


That same land area expressed in square kilometres.


Square kilometre surface area of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).


Population of the GTA, as of 2011 census data.


Population of Saskatchewan, as of 2011 census data.


Saskatchewan residents who live outside of metropolitan areas.


Total evacuees displaced from their homes.


Saskatchewan communities under full or partial evacuation orders.


Kilometres separating Regina and La Ronge​.

This map shows fire danger risks, as of mid-afternoon CST, Tuesday, July 7, 2015. Compared to the previous week, fire danger risks have become more concentrated. (Canadian Wildland Fire Information System)


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