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State of emergency lifted near Bonnyville
May 18, 2012, Bonnyville, Alta. - A state of emergency issued near Bonnyville due to an out-of-control wildfire was lifted Thursday. CTV Edmonton reports.
Fire crews bring Saskatchewan wildfire under control
May 18, 2012, Lloydminster, Sask. - Officials say the wildfire that forced 130 people from their homes north of Lloydminster is now under control. CBC News reports.
Blaze destroys Chatham machine shop
May 18, 2012, Chatham, Ont. - No one was injured, but damage was pegged at $350,000, after flames tore through a Chatham machine shop on Thursday. The Chatham Daily News reports.
Mountie hailed for saving woman from fire
May 18, 2012, Comox Valley, B.C. - Cst. Tammy Douglas was in the right place at the right time, acting quickly to remove a local woman from a burning home in the early hours of Friday morning. Canada.com reports.
Apartment fire sends two people to hospital
May 18, 2012, Winnipeg - A man and woman are in hospital after an apartment fire in Winnipeg. CBC News reports.
Fire snuffed at Canadian Tire store
May 18, 2012, Calgary - It took firefighters nearly four hours to extinguish a stubborn blaze at a southeast Canadian Tire location on Thursday. The Calgary Herald reports.
Open fire ban imposed in B.C.'s coastal region
May 18, 2012, Courtenay, B.C. - Last weekend some parts of the province hit record temperatures and had fire officials on edge. Canada.com reports.
Caledon starts door-to-door safety awareness campaign
May 17, 2012, Caledon, Ont. – Don’t be alarmed if you see fire crews pull up to your house and a firefighter approaching your door. Chances are there isn’t a fire, but rather firefighters spreading the word on how to ensure one never develops. The Caledon Citizen reports.
Northern Ontario on alert for forest fires
May 17, 2012, Kenora, Ont. –Northwestern Ontario is considered particularly hazardous with 13 active fires, the largest of which is burning near Kenora and so far has burned up about five hectares of forest. The Toronto Star reports.
Recycling company ordered to reduce pile before 10-day fire
May 17, 2012, Calgary, Alta. – Calgary Metal Recycling had been ordered to cut the size of its "auto fluff" pile two days before the big fire. CBC News reports.