since being driven from their homes b...

since being driven from their homes by wildfire a week ago, & the mood is changing once again

There are 2 comments on the CTV.ca story from May 23, 2011, titled since being driven from their homes by wildfire a week ago, & the mood is changing once again. In it, CTV.ca reports that:

The people of Slave Lake, Alta., have experienced several stages of emotion since being

as only Some Slave Lake residents to tour town on Canada's Queen's Birthday Holiday Monday

pict this area feeling like the Black Queen of Canada

Join the discussion below, or Read more at CTV.ca.

CFR

Toronto, Canada

#1 May 23, 2011
pat toms

Billericay, UK

#2 May 24, 2011
Considering the news about wars etc,I just happened to see this fire damage in alberta,and thought how lucky we are where i live that we do not have to contend with this disaster and can only feel sorry for this situation.And the people and animals as well.

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