Hope you're all managing to deal with the heat somehow.
It's pretty difficult to manage these sort of high temperature here in the UK; our residential buildings were built to insulate rather than dissipate heath, and we don't have air conditioning in our typical homes. Also, what was considered an unusually hot summer day typical is/was in 18-20 degrees C region, so we're not used to deal with 10 degrees above that, particularly with having such a humid climate.
Growing up where I did, Summers were pretty much always over 90° F with high humidity thanks to the Gulf of Mexico. I never got used to it. We did have AC though. Can't imagine how bad it feels to those not accustomed to that kind of climate.
We've always had 90 degree summers and below zero winters here. Now the summers last longer and the winters are mostly dry. I think I had to shovel snow once last winter. Compared to just a few years ago when we had to shovel the roof off because the snow was piled up so high.
Meanwhile, the Tory government here announced yesterday they were junking most of their (incredibly weak) climate change mitigation policies, and doubled-down on “climate change isn’t our problem”-ism ahead of a general election next year.
It looks like the conservatives will take a minority in the next canadian federal election: which means that what little effort trudeau and the liberals have put in will be undone. It'll also be the greenlight for the provinces to ignore what environmental policy they put in or had force upon them. Some won't take that up because they actually want climate protections, but there's a line of them out in the prairies that'll happily smoke the skies black.