Fort McMurray

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Fort Mc·Mur·ray

 (mĭk-mûr′ē, -mŭr′ē)
A community of northeast Alberta, Canada, at the conjunction of the Athabasca and Clearwater Rivers. It is located on a large deposit of oil sands.
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Citing reports from Consul General to Calgary Zaldy Patron, DFA said the Filipino was with his friends in Lake Snye in Fort McMurray, Alberta, last August 23 when the incident happened.
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FORT McMURRAY, Alberta -- Shoppers Drug Mart late last spring reopened four stores here following the wildfires that devastated the area.
Fort McMurray teacher Eileen Lucas will be among the 10 recipients of the 2016 Guiding the Journey: Indigenous Educator Awards to be presented in Toronto on Friday.
The events surrounding the fire in Fort McMurray in May were chaotic.
In May, the devastation wrought by forest fires in northern Alberta and the related evacuation of the City of Fort McMurray and surrounding communities affected the work of the Assembly and its Members.
On May i, a wildfire started in the Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, area that quickly spread from forests to neighborhoods, displacing more than 80,000 people, causing two fatalities and outpacing local firefighters' capacity to contain it.

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