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Source Feed: The Globe and Mail
Author: Carrie Tait, Alanna Smith, Kelsea Arnett, Hannah Link
Publication Date: May 15, 2024 - 21:39

Fear, anxiety in Fort McMurray as people watch wildfire approach the city

May 15, 2024
This time, Nancy Grant is ready.She lives in Waterways, Fort McMurray’s original townsite and a community prone to fires and floods. She and her husband, Glenn, lost their home to the 2016 wildfire that torched roughly 2,400 houses in this northern Alberta city. They had about 20 minutes to get out.


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