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  • "First Nations in Alberta are helping Fort McMurray wildfire evacuees"
    "First Nations in Alberta are helping Fort McMurray wildfire evacuees"
    textnewspaper  "First Nations in Alberta are helping Fort McMurray wildfire evacuees", Two Row Times, 11 May 2016     "As wildfires ravage the small city of Fort McMurray, mandatory evacuations were issued. This created a mass exodus along a single highway out of the city. First Nations along the route have created space in their hearts and communities for evacuees."
    textnewspaper  "First Nations in Alberta are helping Fort McMurray wildfire evacuees", Two Row Times, 11 May 2016   "As wildfires ravage the small city of Fort McMurray, mandatory evacuations were issued. This created a mass exodus along a single highway out of the city. First Nations along the ...
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  • "Escape from the Fort McMurray wildfire"
    "Escape from the Fort McMurray wildfire"
    textnewspaper  Monture, Lindsay, "Escape from the Fort McMurray wildfire", Two Row Times, 11 May 2016     "Gitz Crazyboy is a Blackfoot/Dene youth worker and land defender from Fort McMurray, Alberta, who has been fighting for the protective rights of the land and its indigenous peoples for many years, all the while living next door to the infamous environmental scar left by the oil sands extraction."
    textnewspaper  Monture, Lindsay, "Escape from the Fort McMurray wildfire", Two Row Times, 11 May 2016   "Gitz Crazyboy is a Blackfoot/Dene youth worker and land defender from Fort McMurray, Alberta, who has been fighting for the protective rights of the land and its indigenous peoples for ...
    Six Nations Public Library
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