Todd Korol / Reuters
The fire that forced 80,000 people to flee is officially out.
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It seems as if things are starting to turn around for the Canadian province.
Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press
Over 700 documents were lost in the blaze.
Almost 30 new fires broke out on Sunday.
An incredible rise from the ashes.
"These were not one-offs. It is not a fluke."
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So far, he's donated $35,000 to $40,000 to charities that helped out with the disaster.
Last year's blaze in Fort McMurray may have been the worst in Canadian history.
Wood Buffalo RCMP/CP handout
It's never to early to learn the rules of the road.
Charles Bastien most recently lived in Edmonton, but had also lived in Quebec and Ontario.
Food items such as candy, beans and potato chips were potentially affected.
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The company has been charged with 174 violations of Alberta's Public Health Act.
The Canadian Press
One thing stands out when reading about Jane Fonda, who visited the Fort McMurray region this week. She seems, sometimes at least, to learn from her mistakes. Let's face it; in the world of superficial Hollywood activism populated by the likes of Leo DiCaprio and Daryl Hannah, self-awareness seems to shut down as soon as the director yells "cut."
"It's not to the benefit of anyone except the oil companies.''