1 year after the Fort McMurray wildfire Mp3 Télécharger

  • Published on May 1, 2017

  • It's been a year since a wildfire forced people from their homes. While some have managed to find new homes, others are still unsure if they can rebuild. Click here for the full story: http://cbc.ca/1.4088271 »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNa... Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenational The National Updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBCTheNational The National Updates on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CBCTheNational »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing seven days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leading journalists.
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  • Matthew Henriques
    Matthew Henriques 2 years ago

    Stay strong Fort McMurray!

  • Solexx X
    Solexx X 2 years ago

    Is replacing stick framing and asphalt shingles a good idea when your house burns down? I would go with concrete and steel. At very least, a steel roof and fire resistant stucco/cement board exterior.

  • Gustavo
    Gustavo 2 years ago

    I'm Brazilian boy, but at the time i heard, I started praying for families that had so many losses...

  • goodrita
    goodrita 2 years ago

    I was just wondering what happened to Fort Mcmurary yesterday, can't believe it's been a year already.....

  • Jason Wu
    Jason Wu 1 year ago

    🇨🇦Alberta is strong! They need to do this!💪🏻

  • Imogenisispony Kennedy

    bro its been 3 years now and we still have our signs up.

  • Lazy—child 1
    Lazy—child 1 5 months ago

    I was just turning 13 when this happened. I’m 15 now and I Remember the fire was behind my house (no I didn’t lose it thankfully) my dead beat uncle keep saying there is no use for this town (he lives off of my granny). My grandpa lost my house and everyday I followed news. Every time it’s late spring and summer I fell anxiousness come over me. My brother was 4 when the fire happened and my other brother was 11. It was a bad year

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  • Kitten Lover07
    Kitten Lover07 2 years ago

    God bless Fort Mcmurray!!! -A nova Scotian

  • RealityAlex
    RealityAlex 2 years ago

    im surprised that fire didn't hit where I live

  • diamond stores
    diamond stores 7 months ago

    Ottawa here. I thought it would reach us !!!

  • Nataku
    Nataku 11 months ago

    Sending out love from Tdot. Best of luck this year

  • Ufo Trailers
    Ufo Trailers 1 month ago

    More likely a smoker not ATV started the 🔥, unhealthy government backed destructive products!

    YHWH*OUR*POWER 1 month ago (edited)

    There are drugs called fentanyl or Oxycontin, that could help you guys deal with your problems in a much easier manner, it will keep your mind off of doing this 😞🔫, but it will have to be your choice . 👫👬

  • BandfromtheBand
    BandfromtheBand 1 year ago

    You people are so brave!! May the Divine bless you and continue to stay with you!

  • Steve Johnston
    Steve Johnston 6 months ago

    This was no normal fire. It was intentionally created by directed energy weapons. The CBC is a disinformation source. i.e. LIARS.

  • Niki .
    Niki . 1 year ago

    Fort McMurray, a once beautiful province in Alberta. I lived in Newfoundland as the fire happened, my father lived here. Weeks before we were supposed to move here the fire started and it was tragic. I can’t look in my backyard without worry in my mind. Abadand got hit hard.

  • Mona Sobkowich
    Mona Sobkowich 2 months ago

    Saw exactly the same spark trails that California fires had in first 2 minutes. Not normal fire.

  • DisneyAndSpiritLover

    I remember crying for these people, watching every day and night for updates and constantly crying and praying! I tried to donate as much as I could! :(