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Wild fires burn south of Fort McMurray, Alberta, seen from highway 63 Friday, May 6, 2016. Displaced residents at oil field camps north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, got a sobering drive-by view of their burned out city Friday in a convoy that moved evacuees south amid a massive wildfire that officials fear could double in size by the end of Saturday. As police and military oversaw the procession of hundreds of vehicles, a mass airlift of evacuees also resumed.  (Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT
Wild fires burn south of Fort McMurray, Alberta, seen from highway 63 Friday, May 6, 2016. Displaced residents at oil field camps north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, got a sobering drive-by view of their burned out city Friday in a convoy that moved evacuees south amid a massive wildfire that officials fear could double in size by the end of Saturday. As police and military oversaw the procession of hundreds of vehicles, a mass airlift of evacuees also resumed.  (Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

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Weather conditions have not been cooperating in containing Canada's massive Fort McMurray wildfire, which could now double in size, officials say.

Canada wildfire may double in size

Weather conditions have not been cooperating in containing Canada's massive Fort McMurray wildfire, which could now double in size, officials say.