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Fire trucks drive toward smoke from a wildfire near Fort McMurray, Alberta on Sunday, May 8, 2016. Officials said Sunday they have completed the transport of thousands of evacuees and reached a turning point in fighting a massive wildfire, hoping to get a “death grip”’ on the blaze that devastated Canada’s oil sands town of Fort McMurray amid cooler temperatures. (AP Photo/Rachel La Corte)

(Bloomberg) – Cooler temperatures are helping fire fighters battle wildfires raging through Alberta as the blaze retreats from the country’s main oil-sands facilities around Fort McMurray. Rachel Notley, the province’s premier, will travel to the city Monday after the fires knocked out an estimated 1 million barrels of daily production and led to the evacuation of more than 80,000 people.

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