|Alberta woman who escaped Fort McMurray fire also evades Hurricane Irma|
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A Fort McMurray woman, who fled "The Beast" in May of 2016, faced another harrowing event this week—escaping Hurricane Irma
|Jamie McMurray slams wall after blowing left-front tire|
Added: 02.04.2017 20:12 | 19 views | 0 comments
A tire rub turned into a hard hit for McMurray after the tire blew.
|How WestJet (Once Again) Created a Christmas Miracle|
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The Canadian airline brought some holiday cheer to the residents of Fort McMurray, Alberta, who had lost most of their town in a horrific wildfire
|Freaky weather the new normal|
Added: 30.12.2016 21:00 | 19 views | 0 comments
December 31, 2016 5:00 AM
In May, nearly 90,000 people fled Fort McMurray in Canada when a wildfire engulfed parts of the city. It raced through nearby forests already parched from a long dry spell. Fuelled by hot weather and high winds, it also threatened oil sands operations in Alberta province.
|| Ash and Oil: Fort McMurray residents rebuild after wildfire destroys city – video|
Added: 24.12.2016 13:11 | 19 views | 0 comments
Fort McMurray residents were forced to flee a huge wildfire that destroyed much of their city in Canada’s Alberta province in May 2016. About 88,000 residents were evacuated from the oil-rich region during the fire, the costliest natural disaster in Canada’s history. More than a month later, to pick up the pieces and resume their lives.
Ash and Oil is a follow-up to National Film Board of Canada’s feature documentary Limit is the Sky.
|| The return to Fort McMurray: residents rebuild lives in city scarred by wildfire|
Added: 24.12.2016 13:11 | 20 views | 0 comments
Residential areas are still barricaded and a quarter of the population has sought mental health services: ‘People think life is back to normal – but it really isn’t’
“Welcome home,” read the cheery poster tacked up on a window of the imposing beige building as the McMurray Gospel Assembly prepared for its first church service in weeks.
Inside people exchanged hugs and traded stories, wiping away tears as they shared memories of the disaster that struck their city – and the long weeks of evacuation that followed.
|| Fort McMurray devastation after wildfire revealed by drone footage – video|
Added: 24.12.2016 13:11 | 21 views | 0 comments
New aerial drone footage published on Wednesday shows the devastation in Fort McMurray after a wildfire burned through the Alberta region of Canada. The fires earlier this year forced about 80,000 residents to evacuate from Fort McMurray. Canada’s Red Cross has raised 300m Canadian dollars (£175m) to help Fort McMurray residents recover
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