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660 NEWS Calgary 16m
Weeks after going home, residents of High Level told to be ready to flee again
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CTV Edmonton 7h
BREAKING: Two areas of Mackenzie Country ordered to evacuate immediately due to wildfires.
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CTV Edmonton 2h
High Level issues potential evacuation alert weeks after residents return -
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Alberta Government 7h
UPDATE: EVACUATION ORDER for Rocky Lane & High Level area N of Peace River, W of Rge Rd. 150, S of Hwy 58, S & SE of High Level (incl. Dene Tha’ First Nation’s Bushe River and Beaver First Nation’s Child Lake reserve & Boyer River reserve). Use Hwy 58. Click for details.
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Alberta Government 11h
Wildfires and other emergency situations can evolve quickly. No matter where you live, take steps to prepare you and your family: + Get the app + Stock an emergency kit + Keep important documents easily reachable More tips:
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Alberta Wildfire 11h
Wildfire (SWF-114) is currently 14 hectares and has not experienced any growth for the past 3 hours. Heavy equipment has built fire guard around the entire wildfire. Water skimming airtankers, 24 firefighters and three water delivery vehicles are on scene.
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Global Edmonton 10h
UPDATE: Residents of High Level, who were forced to flee an encroaching last month, are being told to gas up and be ready to leave in a hurry
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AB Emergencyalert 8h
Wildfire Alert Updated Jun17 1105PM Take necessary precautions. Mackenzie #23
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Edmonton Journal 18h
A mandatory evacuation order has been put in place in Alberta’s northernmost community Monday following the discovery of a fire.
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Alberta Government 7h
EVACUATION ORDER for Hamlet of La Crete and the rural area outside of the hamlet east of Steep Hill Creek, also known as Range Rd. 164, to Range Rd. 150, south of the Peace River, north of Highway 697. Register at the Fort Vermilion office or call 780-927-3718.
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Alberta Government 11h
The evacuation alerts for areas in Mackenzie County are changing quickly. Get the latest from the Mackenzie County Facebook page, download the app and monitor local news for updates. If your community is under an alert, be prepared to leave on short notice.
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Alberta Wildfire 19h
Today will be a challenging day on the Chuckegg Creek wildfire (HWF-042). We anticipate aggressive fire behavior by about noon today. Winds are expected to be S/SE/SW. Smoke and ash will be visible in many surrounding areas. Updates :
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Brandon Houck 13h
CRITICAL WILDFIRE ALERT for Trout Lake everyone must evacuate now busses are available at Trout Lake Community Hall
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Alberta Government 20h
Wildfire Alert: Everyone in the area of Indian Cabins in Mackenzie County must evacuate immediately. Persons evacuating this area must travel north, via Highway 35, to the Northwest Territories. All Evacuees must contact Mackenzie County to register at 780-927-3718.
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Global Edmonton 18h
People in the area of Indian Cabins, about 150 kilometres north of High Level, were told around 11 a.m. Monday to leave immediately and head to the Northwest Territories.
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Brandon Houck 20h
CRITICAL WILDFIRE ALERT for Mackenzie County everyone at Indian Cabins must evacuate north to the NWT.
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Alberta Government 16h
The wildfire southeast of the Trout Lake Community is now 11 km away, and everyone within Trout Lake must be prepared to evacuate on short notice. Expect reduced visibility. Follow for highway safety and road conditions.
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Global Calgary 13h
Many residents in the area of Peerless Trout First Nation in northern Alberta were told to “evacuate immediately” on Monday afternoon as a wildfire grew closer.
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AHS North Zone 15h
Prepare an emergency kit. Make an emergency plan. Make sure to include any prescription medications and special supplies. Be prepared:
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Calgary Herald 16h
Wildfire forces evacuation of Alberta's northernmost community
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