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FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. — The huge wildfire that tore through parts of Fort McMurray and northeastern Alberta is classified as being held for the first...
Working on Fire Ltd. says it is sorry about an ongoing dispute over their pay.
Their normal pay is only $200 to $1,200 a month.
“We feel very bad and we don’t know what to do [about] the situation."
The fire is about 55 hectares.
Experts aren't expecting serious harm.
Provincial officials say the fire is near an energy industry plant and is burning on either side of Highway 43.
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Devastating images from the Stone Creek neighbourhood.
"This is a mass grave, in basements, in crates."
The fires also moved slower than was previously anticipated.
"Crying laughing instead of just crying."
"Let me be clear: air tankers are not going to stop this fire."
Much of the Fort Mac workforce comes from the east coast, and there are few Atlantic Canadians who aren't close to someone who lives there, or have lived there themselves.
Many people have lost all their belongings in the massive blaze.
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Officials aren't taking any chances.
Chris Burrows said he had only about five minutes to gather whatever he could grab.
Fire bans are in place for much of the province.
About 200 residents remain on mandatory evacuation.
As of early Monday morning, the fire was just over one kilometre from the city.
Dry grass and strong winds made the blaze a particularly difficult one to control.
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