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How the wildfire is dealing another blow to Canada's hard-hit oil sands

The wildfire raging through Fort McMurray has dealt a blow to its already hard-hit crude operations, with companies curtailing production or stopping it altogether.
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Wildfires ravage Fort McMurray: ‘The worst is not over’
Massive wildfires in For McMurray forced the evacuation of the city late Tuesday. Eighty-thousand people were sent fleeing north and south of the city and reports say whole neighbourhoods have been destroyed.

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BCE expands its footprint in the west
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How the wildfire is dealing another blow to Canada's hard-hit oil sands
The wildfire raging through Fort McMurray has dealt a blow to its already hard-hit crude operations, with companies curtailing production or stopping it altogether.
Fort McMurray fire still advancing as residents flee
The fires continue to rage in Alberta with three more communities south of Fort McMurray being evacuated. There is a state of emergency in the province and corporate and private donors are sending aid to the area.

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