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Thousands of burnt trees are to be removed following wildfire in Canada

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Thousands of burnt trees are to be removed following wildfire in Canada

The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, located in the Canadian province of Alberta, issued a request for proposal for a contractor to get rid of the trees burnt by wildfire, which occurred several months ago, GlobalNews.ca reports.


In particular, it’s necessary to remove trees from highways, municipal properties, parks infrastructure and houses situated in Fort McMurray, an urban service area in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo.

2,400 structures and thousands of trees have been damaged in Thickwood Heights, Abasand, Beacon Hill and downtown as a result of the wildfire.

According to the experts, most of the trees are dead as a result of the damage caused by the wildfire.

The burnt trees might collapse at any time, therefore they pose a risk to the people.

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