As the residents of the Lesser Slave Lake area flee their homes and leave their communities behind, fire fighters from Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario are flying into northern Alberta.
Thousands of firefighters from British Columbia, Saskatchewan and from across Alberta are fighting for control of a massive wildfire.
A beleaguered First Nations community already dealing with the health and environmental impacts of a massive oil spill is now starting to evacuate as raging forest fires in northern Alberta, which have already consumed part of a town, creep closer.
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Lubicon youth have turned to YouTube to tell the world about what they are now facing in the wake of Alberta’s largest oil spill in the last 30 years.
The chief of the Lubicon Cree says the Alberta government’s recent apologies for the devastating oil spill on Lubicon territory is not enough.
Norman Wells in the Northwest Territories has declared a state of emergency.
In northern Alberta a blockade is underway by members of the Dene Suline, a part of Cold Lake First Nation.
First Nations leaders in the Northwest Territories are also concerned over the oil spill in northern Alberta.