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Several blazes are scorching southern Alberta and southwestern Saskatchewan.
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Sheldon Mack is expected to recover.
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"None of the fish they've caught, even in Fukushima Prefecture, exceed their food-safety guidelines."
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The family and all their horses are unharmed.
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"At this time they are in immediate danger of the wildfires."
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Quebecers protested the government's response in Montreal.
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"They are definitely afraid as far as how much worse it could get."
"This thing was of epic proportions and it was just totally overwhelming."
The fire that forced 80,000 people to flee is officially out.
Between 45 and 88 millimetres of rain fell overnight.
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Evacuees will stay at a church in Kelowna.
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There are 125 wildfires burning across the province.
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"There's really no relief in sight."
Officials still worry the situation could get worse.