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During my eight weeks in Australia, I observed remarkable similarities to Canada given that the two countries are on opposite sides of the globe.
On May 3, a wildfire burning just outside the northern Alberta town of Fort McMurray suddenly doubled in size, threatening the homes and lives of more than 88,000 people. This prompted one of the largest fire-related evacuations in Canada’s history.