A huge wildfire raging in the Canadian province of Alberta is growing further and could spill in to neighbouring Saskatchewan.
The flames have already caused the evacuation of 80,000 people from the oil city of Fort McMurray.
Thousands are still stuck north of the city and their evacuation is still to take place.
Hot, dry and windy conditions are hampering efforts by hundreds of firefighters to tackle the blaze.
“In no way is this fire under control,” said Alberta Premier Rachel Notley.
The wildfire now covers an area of more than 200,000 hectares, which includes areas still ablaze and areas already burnt. That is roughly double the size of Auckland City.
Some 1,600 homes and other buildings have been lost but no deaths or injuries have been reported.