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Wollaston Lake

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  • Steve Roberts, the executive director of wildfire management for the province, said the fire around Wollaston Lake covers about 4,400 hectares of forest.

    Saskatchewan Fire Caused By Human Activity, Not Lightning

  • The body of a 22-year-old man was found at Wollaston Lake.

    Fearmongering's cutting edge

  • In February, the Crees along Wollaston Lake were practically wiped out.

    The Honor of the Big Snows

  • It was early September when they crossed the Geikie and struck up the western shore of Wollaston Lake.

    The Country Beyond

  • And Wollaston Lake, sixty miles from end to end, and half as wide, offered plenty of room in which to find safety.

    The Country Beyond

  • Wollaston Lake, which was a good hundred miles north of the Gray Loon.

    Baree, Son of Kazan

  • Saskatchewan forest fire airlift in last stages Military transport planes and helicopters are airlifting the last of about 1,100 residents escaping a massive forest fire in the remote Saskatchewan communities of Wollaston Lake and Hatchet Lake First Nation.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • An early morning fire has gutted the community hall at Wollaston Lake in Saskatchewan's north, RCMP are reporting.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • Military transport planes and helicopters were dispatched to northern Saskatchewan to help evacuate the remote communities of Wollaston Lake and Hatchet Lake First Nation, which are under threat of a massive forest fire.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • Saskatchewan forest fire airlift in last stages Military transport planes and helicopters are airlifting the last of about 1,100 residents escaping a massive forest fire in the remote Saskatchewan communities of Wollaston Lake and Hatchet Lake First Nation.

    CBC | Top Stories News

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