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It's been inescapable: the emotion that rises each time another story crosses the screen about the wildfires in Alberta is enough to occupy any free, thinking part of a brain and burst an already full chamber of a heart.
Especially when we think about 90,000 people fleeing a Canadian city because of a climate emergency.
And the workers: the ones who have lost everything and the ones who haven't but who sleep on cots in camps.