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Alberta town threatened by wildfire evacuated successfully, mayor says

CBC.ca Tuesday, 21 May 2019
More than 650 people fleeing an out-of-control wildfire near High Level, Alta., have registered at an emergency reception centre set up in Slave Lake, the town's website says.
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An evacuation order for the Alberta town of High Level was issued on May 20 as the nearby Chuckegg Creek wildfire continued to burn out of control. Around 5,000 people from the town, and neighboring First Nations communities, had to leave, the Globe and Mail said. The fire, rated at the highest...

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