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The family and all their horses are unharmed.
"At this time they are in immediate danger of the wildfires."
So far, he's donated $35,000 to $40,000 to charities that helped out with the disaster.
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Some are rebuilding, but not everyone wants to go back.
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The slump that started earlier this year appears to be over.
You don't want to get scorched by these hefty fines.
Insurable losses from the wildfires are pegged at $3.6 billion.
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Quazi Hassan began the project in 2011.
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Business investment is missing in action.
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Firefighters will still be patrolling the area.
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Working on Fire Ltd. says it is sorry about an ongoing dispute over their pay.
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The Alberta government says the Fort McMurray fire has crept into Saskatchewan.
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But a big rebound is expected for later this year.
Provincial officials say the fire is near an energy industry plant and is burning on either side of Highway 43.
The hospital, municipal building and all functioning schools were saved, said the premier.
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Municipal Affairs Minister Danielle Larivee said schools across the province are prepared to welcome students from the Fort McMurray area.
The province has plans in place to help people fill their medical prescriptions, get children back into school and even assist breast-feeding mothers.
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"Let me be clear: air tankers are not going to stop this fire."
Most McMurrayites, myself included, are still coming to grips with what is happening in our town. Most of us left in a hurry, despite wanting to hold on to every last moment we possibly could. Maybe there was one more thing we as an individual could accomplish to save our city. And that's what was running through my mind as I drove north. I couldn't help but think that I could have stayed longer, provided just a little bit more coverage, before I fled. But it didn't happen. We had to go, just like everyone else, and we didn't go willingly.
The prime minister says he has spoken with Alberta Premier Rachel Notley.
Officials aren't taking any chances.
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Chris Burrows said he had only about five minutes to gather whatever he could grab.
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Alberta Premier Rachel Notley said it's the largest fire evacuation in provincial history.
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Record heats have made for dangerous conditions.
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Every summer heavily forested areas leave animals and humans alike susceptible to wildfires. By July of this year, British Columbia saw over 189 active fires burning -- a number that Professional Organizers in Canada says is too high to not be prepared.
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An unseasonable warm fall could impact the upcoming ski season.
There are 84 wildfires right now - down considerably from a few weeks ago.
Crews continue to look for and extinguish hot spots.
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Soldiers began helping crews fight wildfires threatening communities in northern Saskatchewan on Wednesday, as other western provinces called in help from foreign countries.About 360 troops were build...
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The Alberta government says the fire was five kilometres form the Tallcree First Nation on Thursday.
It's one of the worst fire seasons Alberta has seen in recent years.