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Anger flares as wildfire-hit Canadian city struggles to rebuild

CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - Some five months after the wildfires that devastated Fort McMurray were extinguished, anger over red tape and the slow pace of insurance payouts and permit issuance is flaring in the remote northern Canadian city.
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