An incredible rise from the ashes.
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Their trailer was stolen after they fled the Fort McMurray wildfires.
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Business investment is missing in action.
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"This is, yes, El Nino, but it is El Nino supercharged with climate change."
Kimberly Parsons is now staying with her brother in Grande Cache and can't get back to the camp for her passport.
Jennifer Lynn Cooke
Attawapiskat Chief Bruce Shisheesh presented a $5,000 donation to the Alberta fire relief.
C/O Cody Battershill
"I am very proud to say I'm from there."
Albertans and Canadians -- and even many outside our borders -- have shown a level of giving, selflessness and strength that is hard to imagine. But you have to see that generosity in action to believe it. It's all very, very inspiring.
As of Monday afternoon, there were over 100 cases of people suffering from fever, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea in Edmonton.
The politician urged residents to "please, please, please get out" of the area.