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'We're not out of the woods,' future uncertain for Fort Mac. Fire spreads over 100,000 ha. http://ow.ly/4nvshg
The future looks bleak for Fort McMurray residents, with thousands in evacuation centres eager to return home.
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Friday's fire risk is lower than previous days, but still extreme in parts of western Canada http://ow.ly/4nuN2E
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Extreme fire danger forecast through western Canada today a stark contrast to May average
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Rainfall and wind warnings in place as soaking system sweeps up the east coast
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#Wildfire information for all Canadians including what to do before and during here: http://ow.ly/4nsNNC #EPWeek
Wildfires are a natural hazard in any forested and grassland region in Canada. The regions with the highest wildfire occurrence are British Columbia, and the Boreal forest zones of Ontario, Quebec, the Prairie provinces, and the Yukon and Northwest Territories.
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#Wildfire from the inside: @FlyYMM airport engulfed in smoke in last updated webcam image #YMMFire
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How the intense heat of a #wildfire can create its own weather: http://ow.ly/4nvlLh
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Satellites zoom-in on Fort McMurray wildfires from space http://ow.ly/4ntsg8 #ymmfire #FortMacFire
As imagery continues to stream in from those on the ground in and around Fort McMurray, Alberta, satellites far above the planet have been capturing the view from space.
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"It's unbelievable." Ontario fire chief weighs in on Fort Mac blaze. http://ow.ly/4ntdmL
Alberta remains under a state of emergency as more than 250 firefighters continue to battle a raging wildfire in Fort McMurray. Here's how Ontario is helping.
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19 terrifying videos of ongoing Fort McMurray inferno. http://ow.ly/4nsQvb
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Potent storm bringing heavy rain and strong winds to Atlantic Canada
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A significant system with heavy rain is impacting Atlantic Canada through Friday. A system that Fort McMurray would gladly take as they deal with a catastrophic wildfire situation.
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Mother's Day forecast: Cooler temperatures, chance of a passing shower in southern Ontario http://ow.ly/4nsHpQ
After a cool, damp weekend (and even start to the week), hope is finally in sight for a brief (one day) shot of more enjoyable weather.
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