Important Message

Due to incredible demand, online sales of the YMM Wildfire Commemorative Edition is now closed.

You can still find copies in town at the following locations:

  1. Chocolates and Candlelight
    • Hours of Operation: Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Sundays from 12 p.m. -5 p.m.
    • Address: 4,122 Millennium Drive
  2. Heritage Park Gift Shop
    • Hours of Operation: Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    • Address: 1 Tolen Dr
  3. Chow’s Varieties Thickwood
    • Address: 310 Thickwood Blvd
  4. Chow’s Varieties Downtown
    • Address: 10014 Franklin Avenue

We appreciate all of the support from our readers from across Canada and thank them for their patience as we handle the challenge of making sure we get a copy of this publication into as many readers' hands as possible.

Please enjoy the online version of "2016 Wildfire Commemorative Issue"

2016 Wildfire Commemorative Edition

Jul
14
2016
2016
WILDFIRE
I never thought I would be writing a letter like this. No one can imagine or prepare for an experience quite like the one my city of Fort McMurray and our neighbours throughout the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo went through during the past few months. I really don’t have…
Jul
14
2016
2016
WILDFIRE
I grew up as a lot of people do...hearing stories about Fort McMurray, but never experiencing it for myself. The first time I flew over the region I was absolutely taken aback by its beauty; and when I landed, it was the beauty of the community and the people in…
Jul
14
2016
2016
WILDFIRE
I’d like to start by thanking the team at Your McMurray Magazine (YMM) for putting together this commemorative issue. The last few months have been the most challenging in our history and connecting with residents is incredibly important for everyone on Council. We couldn’t do it without our terrific media…
Jul
14
2016
2016
WILDFIRE
Brian Jean Fort McMurray-Conklin To all those who didn’t know if they would ever see our city again – welcome home.
Jul
14
2016
2016
WILDFIRE
Our community has undergone a great change. Before the fire, we were a buzzing boom-town. We were the go-to destination for Canadians who knew the value of hard work. On a day we will never forget, when the fire approached our city, our lives came to a halt.
Jul
14
2016
2016
WILDFIRE
The wildfires in northern Alberta have left the residents of Fort McMurray and other northern communities with a number of challenges. Some left their homes with little more than the clothes on their backs. As residents return to Fort McMurray and begin to rebuild, they will have to call on…
Jul
14
2016
2016
WILDFIRE
Welcome home, Fort McMurray You have shown incredible patience and tremendous courage over the past several weeks. As you return to your city, I want you to know that, although things may look difficult and uncertain and – at times – perhaps almost hopeless, you are not alone. Canadians are…
Jul
14
2016
2016
WILDFIRE
The following is a timeline chronicling the events leading up to the wildfire, the evacuation, and the recovery process. It highlights many key moments, and will serve as a reminder of all our community has gone through.
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