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Fort Nelson evacuees flee flames hundreds of kilometres away

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Wildfires are burning across parts of Western Canada. In B.C., flames are continuing to threaten Fort Nelson and the nearby Doig River First Nation, forcing thousands of evacuees to seek shelter in Fort St. John, about 380 kilometres away. Wildfires are also affecting regions in Manitoba, Alberta and Northwest Territories.

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00:00 - Evacuees seek shelter in Fort St. John, B.C.
02:04 - CBC’s Sarah Galashan on wildfires across the country
06:58 - Cranberry Portage, Manitoba, evacuee says it’s been a ‘nightmare’

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