The Fort McMurray
wildfire broke out in May 2016 in Alberta and brought about the largest wildfire evacuation in the province's history, with upwards of 88,000 people forced from their homes.
According to Robert Beekhuizen, chief executive officer of AMI, "With the scheduled closure of the Province of Alberta's Susan Lake Public Gravel Pit after 20 years of operation, by the end of March this year, we recognize the strategic importance that the Province's Coffey Lake Pit represents to sustain aggregate supply in the Fort McMurray
region for the next 15 years."
On May 6, 2016, as the fire ripped through the city on its third day, PWRDF announced an initial grant of $15,000 to the diocese of Athabasca, which includes Fort McMurray
The unit at River City Centre on Franklin Avenue was the first of the outlets to reopen--on June 1--after store teams in Fort McMurray
worked closely with Alberta Health Services to ensure that products met all quality standards.
While she was expected to start at her new church in Ontario, she did request a delay to return to Fort McMurray
. The situation in Alberta was not conducive to her prompt return to provide pastoral care to her congregation of eight years.
The Fort McMurray
wildfire charred more than 1.43 million acres of land and destroyed at least 10% of the city, including more than 2,400 homes, businesses and other structures.
This is in response to the devastating wildfires in Fort McMurray
, Alberta, Parkland that started a matching campaign for all personal donations made by employees to the Canadian Red Cross.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 15, 2016-Air Canada resumes Fort McMurray
It has been advertising some in Fort McMurray
, which you may have heard about because it made international news last month when fires swept through the city, leaving much of it a smouldering ruin.
Global Banking News-June 6, 2016--Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce offers community support as Fort McMurray
, Alberta, Canada, began steps in late May toward recovery from a devastating forest wildfire that hit the city of 88,000 on May 1, forcing evacuation of the entire population on May 3.