This isn't an update, but this is incredibly important.

I don't know how many of you live in or have heard about what's going on in Alberta Canada right now in Fort McMurray but it's very bad. An enormous wildfire has destroyed around 80% of the town and has pushed hundreds of thousands out of their homes.

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That link is to an article that explains what is going on and how you can help. If any of you need help in any way, please let me know and I will try to help you as much as I can. Below is taken from the article.

WHO TO CONTACT

If you're trying to find a loved one or need evacuation information, you can call the regional municipality at 780-762-3636 or the Red Cross at 1-888-350-6070.

Facebook also activated its safety-check feature for the Fort McMurray fire, an option for those who want to reassure their family and friends that they're okay.


HOW TO OFFER HELP

Money: Click here to donate to the Red Cross. You can also donate $5 by texting "REDCROSS" to 30333. The Alberta and federal governments have said they'll match private donations to the Red Cross.

Supplies: Here's a crowdsourced Facebook page to connect Fort McMurray residents needing items with volunteers providing them.

Shelter: Airbnb has waived its service fees for those affected by the 's where you can check in to offer or seek accommodation.

Volunteers: Those interested in volunteering through the regional municipality can apply here.

If you could help even a little, it would be incredibly appreciated, my country needs some help and there have been many amazing people helping us already.

Thank you!