The general manager of Harvard Broadcasting’s sister stations in Fort McMurray says the situation in his city is “devastating”
Craig Picton has lost his home to the wildfire and all of his employees are no longer in the city having been evacuated.
One of those employees is Tamara Wolfe—an announcer on Mix 103.7 FM.
She says all was good when she went to work Tuesday morning, but that all changed in the afternoon as the fire got out of control.
She now wonders what the future holds for herself and her co-workers and what they will come back to.
The program director at CRUZ FM could not hold back his emotions when talking to 620 CKRM’s Colin Lovequist during our “Day of Caring” .
Andrew Wilcox broke up when talking about what has gone on saying a lot of people have said a lot about the people of his city, but those people are doing everything they can to keep one another and the community safe.
The Red Cross is taking donations for the victims of the Fort McMurray fire. There are several ways to donate.
There is an online form to make donations simpler.
You can also make a $5 donation by texting REDCROSS to 30333.
You can also call toll free: 1-800-418-1111