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When people picture wildfire victims, they think of people, pets or businesses, but rarely do they think of the wildlife.
Evacuees from Bighorn Cree Nation and Wabasca-Desmarais will be returning home Wednesday morning.
People displaced by the McMillan Wildfire Complex are set to return to their homes in Bigstone Cree Nation and the Hamlet of Wabasca-Desmarais.
Residents of some northern Alberta communities can breathe a sigh of relief now that an evacuation alert has ended.
The Edmonton Expo Centre has opened as a distribution centre for wildfire evacuees staying in Edmonton.
About 100 of the best firefighters in the United States arrived in Edmonton Wednesday morning.
Residents in the County of Northern Lights are now allowed to return home.
Hundreds of animals have been rescued from communities threatened by wildfires, Alberta Animal Disaster Response says.
Officials say a wildfire near Slave Lake could burn for months, producing smoky conditions in the region.
A wildfire near Bonnyville is now being held, according to the Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority.
The Town of High Level is warning Albertans not to donate to anyone claiming to be collecting money for firefighters.
Hundreds of evacuees from the Peerless Trout First Nation are in Edmonton after they were forced to flee their homes due to wildfire.
Residents of High Level returned home Monday, but are still on alert to leave at a moment’s notice.
Residents of the High Level area will be able to return home on Monday, exactly two weeks after they were ordered to evacuate.
Staring up at a 20-foot swirling fire tornado, Jenna Rushton-Stevens had one thought: “That’s the angriest fire I’ve ever seen.”
As seven fires burn out of control throughout the province, Edmonton Emergency Relief Service Society is collecting donations for those affected by wildfires in northern Alberta.
Residents in the Trout Lake area of the Peerless Trout First Nation have been ordered to evacuate immediately and go to Red Earth Creek.
Without a favourable forecast, some northern Albertans are trusting other forces to guide them through what has become two weeks of extreme wildfire conditions.
The wildfire situation worsened overnight in northern Alberta, doubling the amount of evacuees to over 10,000.
The Municipal District of Lesser Slave River is now under a mandatory evacuation order and residents of the Hamlet of Marten Beach must evacuate immediately.
The Chuckegg Creek wildfire has destroyed 11 homes northeast of the Métis Settlement of Paddle Prairie.
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