A retired army commander has advised the Canadian government to launch an agency that would be specifically dedicated to responding to natural disasters, throughout the country, citing the impact of climate change.

On Thursday, retired Lt.-Gen. Andrew Leslie told CBC News that Canadians are being put at risk by the fact that Canada does not have a task force that is devoted to helping with disasters like wildfires, floods and evacuations.

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