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Trudeau thanks emergency crews for efforts fighting BC wildfires - Toronto Star;

Trudeau thanks emergency crews for efforts fighting BC wildfires - Toronto Star

Toronto StarTrudeau thanks emergency crews for efforts fighting BC wildfiresToronto StarThe prime minister said different levels of government will work in the coming months to set things back to normal for communities damaged by fires. By The Canadian Press. Mon., July 31, 2017. WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C.—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau thanked ...and more »

Trudeau thanks crews for efforts fighting BC wildfires - The Globe and Mail;

Trudeau thanks crews for efforts fighting BC wildfires - The Globe and Mail

The Globe and MailTrudeau thanks crews for efforts fighting BC wildfiresThe Globe and MailPrime Minister Justin Trudeau thanked those on the front lines of British Columbia's firefighting efforts as he stopped in Williams Lake on Monday. Trudeau addressed about 250 people from the fire service, police and military who have been helping to ...and more »

Justin Trudeau tours BC's wildfire region - CBC.ca;

Justin Trudeau tours BC's wildfire region - CBC.ca

CBC.caJustin Trudeau tours BC's wildfire regionCBC.caPrime Minister Justin Trudeau was in Williams Lake, B.C., Monday getting his first look at the wildfire crisis that forced roughly 50,000 people from their homes over the past month. The prime minister held a news conference with B.C. Premier John Horgan.and more »

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Williams Lake - Pentiction Western News;

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Williams Lake - Pentiction Western News

Pentiction Western NewsPrime Minister Justin Trudeau visits Williams LakePentiction Western NewsSeveral wildfires continue to burn around the lakecity and near many other rural communities in the area and in the Chilcotin. Members of the Canadian Armed Forces have been in Williams Lake assisting with the efforts of the Williams Lake RCMP to ...and more »

Trudeau visits Williams Lake today - MY PG NOW;

Trudeau visits Williams Lake today - MY PG NOW

MY PG NOWTrudeau visits Williams Lake todayMY PG NOWPrime Minister Justin Trudeau will be in Williams Lake today with several senior cabinet ministers. He and Premier John Horgan will meet with local first responders and participate in an aerial tour of fire zones in the region. First responders have ...and more »

BC wildfire status Monday: More than 426000 hectares scorched so far - Globalnews.ca;

BC wildfire status Monday: More than 426000 hectares scorched so far - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caBC wildfire status Monday: More than 426000 hectares scorched so farGlobalnews.caAs the third-worst fire season in B.C.'s history continues, more than 820 fires have scorched about 426,000 hectares since April. Officials are estimating about 6,000 people are still displaced due to evacuation orders. MAP: Where the wildfires are ...and more »

Play Video - TheChronicleHerald.ca;

Play Video - TheChronicleHerald.ca

TheChronicleHerald.caPlay VideoTheChronicleHerald.caJustin Trudeau was in Revelstoke, British Columbia, on Saturday, encouraging Canadians to donate to the Red Cross to help wildfire relief efforts. The prime minister is touring some of the affected areas on Monday. 1:27 Afghan memorial unveiled in ...and more »

More than a dozen new wildfires sparked across BC - News1130;

More than a dozen new wildfires sparked across BC - News1130

News1130More than a dozen new wildfires sparked across BCNews1130Photo taken by a BC wildfire Service member as crews continue to fight major wildfires. (Courtesy BC Wildfire Service via Twitter). Summary. More than 400,000 hectares of BC have burned to the ground this wildfire season. No rain in the forecast as hot ...and more »

Trudeau says he will visit BC wildfire zones amid shifting landscape - News Talk 650 CKOM;

Trudeau says he will visit BC wildfire zones amid shifting landscape - News Talk 650 CKOM

News Talk 650 CKOMTrudeau says he will visit BC wildfire zones amid shifting landscapeNews Talk 650 CKOMREVELSTOKE, B.C. — Crews fighting wildfires across British Columbia are once again preparing for challenges brought on by sweltering, windy weather as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau prepares to see fire damage for himself. Trudeau, Premier John ...and more »

Trudeau urges Canadians to give to BC wildfires fund, but feds aren't matching donations - CBC.ca;

Trudeau urges Canadians to give to BC wildfires fund, but feds aren't matching donations - CBC.ca

CBC.caTrudeau urges Canadians to give to BC wildfires fund, but feds aren't matching donationsCBC.caPrime Minister Justin Trudeau encouraged people over the weekend to donate to the Canadian Red Cross to help British Columbians affected by raging wildfires and he made a similar appeal for Ontario and Quebec flood victims earlier this year. However ...and more »

25 days and counting: For people in BC's wildfire zone, Trudeau's trip offers little relief - CBC.ca;

25 days and counting: For people in BC's wildfire zone, Trudeau's trip offers little relief - CBC.ca

CBC.ca25 days and counting: For people in BC's wildfire zone, Trudeau's trip offers little reliefCBC.caAfter several days of milder temperatures and with some evacuation orders finally lifted, there was some hope that B.C.'s historic wildfire season would have a reprieve. So much for that. On Saturday, the Elephant Hill fire exploded again in size ...and more »

TOP STORIES–UPDATED: More dead whales, Ottawa disaster fails, more - The Guardian;

TOP STORIES–UPDATED: More dead whales, Ottawa disaster fails, more - The Guardian

The GuardianTOP STORIES–UPDATED: More dead whales, Ottawa disaster fails, moreThe GuardianTwo more dead whales have washed ashore on Newfoundland's west coast. The federal fisheries department says the discoveries bring the total of confirmed North Atlantic right whale deaths to at least nine. Scientists are working to confirm the ...and more »

5 things to know on Monday, July 31, 2017 - CTV News

5 things to know on Monday, July 31, 2017CTV NewsA youth accused of stabbing a Calgary police dog during an arrest faces charges under a new section of the criminal code which carries penalties of up to five years in prison. We also have details on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's visit to Williams ...and more »

Americans, take it easy. Justin Trudeau is not the liberal hero you think he is. - Washington Post;

Americans, take it easy. Justin Trudeau is not the liberal hero you think he is. - Washington Post

Washington PostAmericans, take it easy. Justin Trudeau is not the liberal hero you think he is.Washington PostOne has brown hair, the other orange. One is effortlessly bilingual, the other horrifies editors of the Oxford English Dictionary. One openly calls himself a feminist, the other grabs female genitals. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau makes for a ...and more »

Justin Trudeau to visit Williams Lake - Revelstoke Review;

Justin Trudeau to visit Williams Lake - Revelstoke Review

Revelstoke ReviewJustin Trudeau to visit Williams LakeRevelstoke ReviewPrime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit Williams Lake on Monday as he continues his tour of B.C.'s wildfire ravaged interior. He will be joined by Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan, Minister of Sports and Persons with Disabilities and Chair ...and more »

Justin Trudeau's pipeline problems - rabble.ca (blog);

Justin Trudeau's pipeline problems - rabble.ca (blog)

rabble.ca (blog)Justin Trudeau's pipeline problemsrabble.ca (blog)While our Prime Minister is experiencing an all time love high with the recent Rolling Stone article, he still has serious pipeline problems that could not only wreck his image, but can potentially destroy the environment that so many Canadians worship.and more »

Fire in British Columbia: Justin Trudeau on the field Monday - The Sherbrooke Times

Fire in British Columbia: Justin Trudeau on the field MondayThe Sherbrooke TimesThe prime minister Justin Trudeau will be in British Columbia, Monday, to meet with members of the military, firefighters, and police, and to visit areas affected by the forest fires that devastate the province. Mr. Trudeau began his visit to the side ...and more »

Trudeau, Horgan & Ministers Visit Williams Lake Monday - CKPG News Prince George;

Trudeau, Horgan & Ministers Visit Williams Lake Monday - CKPG News Prince George

CKPG News Prince GeorgeTrudeau, Horgan & Ministers Visit Williams Lake MondayCKPG News Prince GeorgePrime Minister Justin Trudeau, along with Federal Ministers Harjit Sajjan, Carla Qualtrough, Jody Wilson-Raybould, and Premier John Horgan will visit Williams Lake on Monday. The elected officials will meet with Canadian Armed Forces and RCMP ...and more »

Fire threatens Clinton, evacuation ordered - Prince George Citizen;

Fire threatens Clinton, evacuation ordered - Prince George Citizen

Prince George CitizenFire threatens Clinton, evacuation orderedPrince George CitizenThe Elephant Hill wildfire burns in the distance near Clinton, as seen from behind a mountain in Savona, during the early morning hours of Sunday July 30, 2017. An evacuation order was issued late Saturday for the Village of Clinton due to increased ...and more »

Trudeau to tour wildfires - Castanet.net;

Trudeau to tour wildfires - Castanet.net

Castanet.netTrudeau to tour wildfiresCastanet.netPremier John Horgan will accompany Prime Minister Trudeau and a number of federal cabinet ministers during a tour of wildfire zones in the Cariboo region on Monday. They will meet with Canadian Armed Forces and RCMP members at the Williams Lake ...and more »