The Sun is shining in Canada.
The National Post has put up a map showing the places with the most sunburns on the planet.
There are some interesting tidbits in there.
There is a lot of sun on the west coast of Canada and in New Brunswick, while a lot more sun is on the east coast.
In Ontario, the northern coast is usually the hotspot.
The southern parts of Canada are generally cooler, but not by much.
This map shows the locations with the highest and lowest numbers of sunburn cases.
The map also shows the sunburn locations with a high number of sunburnt employees, and the places where there are fewer workers who have been sunburned.
There were 1,632 sunburn related incidents in 2017, according to Statistics Canada.
There was 1,818 sunburn-related cases in 2016, according the same agency.
It’s worth noting that there is a large discrepancy between the numbers of workers who get sunburnded and the numbers who don’t.
That’s because some workers have the sunburst symptoms and others don’t, or are not exposed.
The sunbursts can occur on the workplace, at home or while away from work, and can also affect the workers’ health.
It can be serious for workers who work outdoors or at night.
Workers in Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia are at greater risk.
Workers who get more sunburn symptoms are at a greater risk, as are people who work in hot environments or at certain times of the year.
A worker who gets sunburn at work may feel tired and dizzy, according with the National Post, while people who don’st have symptoms are likely to be better able to work.
People who get a high fever and other signs of sunstroke are more likely to get sunstroke symptoms, according.
But some of those workers may also have symptoms of other illnesses, such as diabetes, heart disease or cancer.
The Sun’s Health is a good resource to look up if you are a worker in one of the countries listed above.