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Provincial News

Wildfires spark evacuation order, state of emergency near Fort St. John

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
The 80 Mile fire and Beatton Road fire merged late Thursday night. The smoke and flames have prompted a travel advisory for the Alaska Highway north of Fort St. John.

Langley house fire displaces 7 residents

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Large flames and thick smoke billowed from a house on 90 Avenue early Friday morning.

Mercury transit: How to watch the rare event

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
A rare daytime celestial show takes place on Monday. The planet Mercury will pass in front of the sun, and Canadians will get an exceptional view. Here's how to watch it.

Students to memorialize missing and murdered Indigenous women with 24 hours of drumming

BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS
Students in Mount Boucherie Secondary's Aboriginal leadership program in West Kelowna want to raise awareness of missing and murdered Indigenous women by playing traditional drums for 24 hours.

National News

First evacuee convoy drives through Fort McMurray

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
A convoy of evacuee vehicles is making a daunting 20-kilometre drive along a hellish stretch of highway through Fort McMurray, accompanied by the RCMP on the ground and military helicopters in the air.

Teen killed in crash while fleeing Fort McMurray fires identified

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
The daughter of a Fort McMurray area deputy fire chief has been identified as one of the victims who died in a fiery highway crash Wednesday as she was trying to flee the fires.

Syrian refugees in Calgary help Fort McMurray evacuees

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
They’ve only been in Canada for a few months, and have little money or possessions, but a group of Syrian refugees in Calgary has launched a donation drive to help support displaced residents of Fort McMurray.

Stranded dogs, cats in Fort McMurray rescued by small group

CANADIAN HEADLINES NEWS
Animal lovers are taking to social media to reunite residents with the pets that were left behind in the wake of the Fort McMurray wildfire evacuation order.





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