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TOPSHOT - A charred vehicle and home are pictured in the Beacon Hill neighbourhood of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, May 9, 2016 after wildfires forced the evacuation of the town. Fort McMurray is still 90-percent intact despite a week of damage from the wildfires devastating Canada's oil sands region, Alberta's premier said after touring the deserted city on Monday. Firefighters warned however that the tens of thousands of residents evacuated from the western oil city would not be able to return for at least two weeks. / AFP / POOL / CHRIS WATTIE (Photo credit should read CHRIS WATTIE/AFP/Getty Images)

TOPSHOT - A charred vehicle and home are pictured in the Beacon Hill neighbourhood of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, May 9, 2016 after wildfires forced the evacuation of the town.
Fort McMurray is still 90-percent intact despite a week of damage from the wildfires devastating Canada's oil sands region, Alberta's premier said after touring the deserted city on Monday. Firefighters warned however that the tens of thousands of residents evacuated from the western oil city would not be able to return for at least two weeks.  / AFP / POOL / CHRIS WATTIE        (Photo credit should read CHRIS WATTIE/AFP/Getty Images)