No one knows what caused Fort McMurray wildfire, so don’t point fingers

No one knows, of course, and nor does anyone know what caused the fire, either. But that hasn’t stopped too many people—on both sides of the ideological divide—from assigning blame.

Some of the devastation left behind by the Fort McMurray, Alta., wildfire, pictured May 4, 2016. The fire started on May 3, forcing 80,000 to flee the city. It destroyed 1,600 buildings, mostly homes. Alberta declared a state of emergency and the federal government has pledged all possible assistance. Twitter pic


PUBLISHED : Monday, May 9, 2016 12:00 AM

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