Fort McMurray Struggles One Year after Wildfire

First anniversary of disaster approaches

 

AFP News Agency – In May 2016, a wildfire devastated the Western Canadian region of Fort McMurray, leaving thousands without homes.

As the first anniversary of the disaster approaches, the community is still struggling with the effects of the catastrophe.

See also  Three Dead in Northern California Wildfire

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First anniversary of disaster approaches   AFP News Agency – In May 2016, a wildfire devastated the Western Canadian region of Fort McMurray, leaving thousands without homes. As the first anniversary of the disaster approaches, the community is still struggling with the effects of the catastrophe. See also  Three Dead in Northern California Wildfire

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