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  1. If anyone from Slave Lake can make it to Edmonton, I have room available for as long as it's needed. I have a spare King bedroom with private bath as well as a spare double bed and twin bed for kids. Pets welcome just send a message on FB you can also call 780-328-7228 anytime tonight or tomorrow. Prayers to everyone affected :(

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  2. I have 2 spare bedrooms in Legal one with a double bed, and an air matress in the other if anyone needs! also pets welcome as well, i have a fenced yard. i hope this helps someone..

    -stephanie ackhasivone

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  3. I have girls clothing size 18 months to size 2. you can call me at home 780-523-3850 ask for angela

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  4. We have room for a family in Legal, north of Edmonton on hwy 2, we can accommodate babies, kids, pets. Lots of toddler beds, playpen, mattresses, etc... We have clothes, tooth brush, etc... You can call us anytime, even at night, at 780-701-2858, we'll keep the phone near tonight if anyone arrives in the area at night. We also have space for one RV.
    -Chantal Brousseau
    chantal1982@hotmail.com
    http://www.facebook.com/chantal1982

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  5. LOOKING FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS: who might be interested in putting together a Slave Lake Victims mini session Rally and donating all profits for relief efforts or to selected families. Just like the one done for Japan, I believe we can do the same for our own people. Looking to set up a 2 day weekend rally with 4-5 photographers in the Peace Region. 20min sessions for price to be decided, or on minimum donation base. Inbox me or mailto: ashleyhanetphotography@hotmail.ca You may also email me if you'd be interested in booking a session on the weekend we decide! More details by Friday!

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  6. Tasha Gillman-OltmannsMay 16, 2011 at 8:07 AM

    We have a large family home just south of Athabasca and we have room for an entire family, small children, teenagers and pets welcome, short or long term. Please Call Tasha on cell at (780)689-6164.

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  7. I have a queen mattress and a double mattress I can donate, but I need someone to pick them up. I am in Spruce Grove. They are both clean, and comfortable. Please contact by email peggy@perfectpairphoto.ca if you are able to pick up and deliver.

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  8. I'm in Edmonton can take in pets if anyone needs me.
    Lael
    SoularSister@gmail.com
    Cell 780-819-7143

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  9. Angela in WhitecourtMay 16, 2011 at 11:21 AM

    We have an acreage in WHITECOURT with room for multiple RVs - kids and pets welcome! Will also offer other assistance in any way possible! Please DO NOT hesitate to call!
    Angela at 780.778.9742

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  10. Richmond Park Hall Association and Bob and Audrey Salamon have donated the Richmond Park Hall and land for those who need places for rv's, tents, trailers etc.. There is a playground, baseball diamond, out door arena.. It is close to the town of Athabasca just North of the river. The hall has a kitchen complete with fridge, stove, plates, pots,pans etc. and washrooms. Anyone in need of a place please call Audrey @ 780-675-1903

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  11. I am from New Sarepta, just south of Edmonton and have 2 spare rooms (1 with a bed) anyone is welcome if they need.
    sherry68@hotmail.ca
    587-989-9855

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  12. One room with a queen bed and closet, available until we move (mid-July), located in north-central Edmonton.

    We also have one queen bed in the basement, not in a bedroom -- dressers available though.

    Contact Lisa, 780-452-0058 or lutzgirl@telus.net.

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  13. We have a small 3 bedroom house vacant and available in Beaverlodge. In Acheson,(near Edmonton) -have room for RV's, campers, have room for horses, have kids clothes, toys, single mattresses, cribs and playpens.
    Please email norcan01@airsurfer.ca

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  14. Hi everyone! First I would like to say thank you to all the fire and emergency personnel that are helping out with this horrible tragedy at the moment! Second I am going to be accepting donations in Calgary at 44 Doverdale Mews for the rest of the week! I will make many trips to various donations centers if necessary! We will accept everything. Toiletries, Clothing, dry goods, pet food and supplies! Everything. I love the Town of Slave Lake and have many friends that live there. I will be accepting donations starting this evening at 6pm! Call 403-690-1751 to let me know you are coming!

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  15. Chuck & TerraMay 16, 2011 at 3:57 PM

    2 furnished bedrooms but have 3 if needed for a larger family available we have playpens toys
    its warm,safe and welcoming

    located in Leduc 15 min south of edmonton but 5 min away from nisku

    780-991-6935

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  16. Donations being accepted in Calgary until Thursday (this copied from Country 105 facebook site) -- also listened to it on air several times today:

    People have been asking us how they can help the many people who have lost so much in the Slave Lake fires. You can bring your donations of new bedding, towels, toiletries or anything small in size and of use. We will collect your donations at our studios until Thursday at noon. We are at 630 - 3rd Ave SW in Calgary and thank you!!!

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  17. We live in Leduc (25 minutes south of Edmonton on Highway 2) and have a queen basement bedroom available (with 1/2 bath upstairs) to anyone needing it! Also a fenced yard with lots of room to run for pets! Please let me know if these accommodations would be suitable to anyone! (reebs.clark@gmail.com or 780-908-4226)
    God Bless everyone!

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  18. I have 2 bedrooms in my home to offer a family in need. One with a double bed, and one with a double bed and a futon. Also have a crib and playpen and all other items necessary for young children. Room for dogs too. Fully fenced yard. Ideal for young families. We are in Morinville and are opening our home for as long as need be. Please call me 780-399-4789 or email me stephanieducharme@live.ca

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  19. Good Evening,Jamie from Smoky Lake,We have been collecting clean clothing,Bedding,Toiletries,Towels and Baby needs,just wondering if and where we can deliver everything too (we will have about a 30 ft trailer 3/4 full) and if there is anyone in this area that would still like to donate please call me at 780 650 2341 and leave a message,THANK YOU In adavance,we also have lots of room for RVs with limited services

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  20. We have a 25' travel trailer in Stettler, AB, for any family in need of a place to stay. It is located at the Rotary campround, close to all anemities. Trailer has water, power, air conditioning, and a separate master bed. Bunkbeds and a fold out table. We also have room for storage in our home/garage if needed! Our vehicle seats seven, could pick family up if needed, as long as you don't mind relocating to Stettler until things have settled. Campground fees will be covered. Could pick family up as our vehicle seats seven. Lindsay 403-430-0485 or 403 742-0435 blyzzie@hotmail.com

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  21. Hi everyone! Im starting to coordinate a show with proceeds to go to the Red Cross to support those devastated by the fire! Kayla Luky, an old friend and new country break out artist from manitoba is on board and is excited to support the cause! Tentative date is the evening of wednesday June 1st in Westlock. It will be a great night to bring the communities in the surrounding areas together, lift moral, and have a great time! If there are any other musicians interested in helping the cause the more the merrier! As well I am currently doing medical stand-by for the fires in the area so if anyone would be interested in helping out I would love to hear from you! Lets make this show a success and see how much our communities can do to help rebuild Slave Lake!! Please contact Jolene at 403-483-2688, Jolene_Hildebrand@hotmail.com or add me on facebook! :-)

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  22. If anyone needs accommodations please contact Bob at Bear Paw Ranch in Drayton Valley. He has a guest ranch with cabins and a lodge he is opening up to people from this fire. Please call 780-542-3259.

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  23. If Anyone needs a place to stay me and my BF and Aunt have came up with a full townhouse (3 bedroom) North West Edmonton, One bedroom in St Albert, and My house can house one person due to my beds are full but you will have hot showers food on the table and a place to put your feet up and we are here to help anyway we can!

    Please call me 780-916-5902 Stevie-Lynn

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  24. Red Deer College has residence units available to people who need a place to stay in Red Deer. Please call the residence office at (403) 342-3257 to discuss individual situations.

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  25. I live in Leduc if anyone is looking for a place to stay. I have two bedrooms, one has a queen bed and the other has a twin bed. The downstairs bedroom has it's own bathroom. I also have room in the kennel with my dog if your pup can get along with mine.

    sandyelliott63@gmail.com

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  26. I live in the Warburg area, have 3 spare bedrooms, all ages welcome.2 double beds 1 queen
    bed.pets welcome as well. 780-719-0397 lois@postnikoff.com

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  27. I am currently trying to put together a fundraiser to help those involved in the fire, but am wondering who I could talk to to find out how many high school students have been affected by the fire. Like to see how many students have lost everything. I would greatly appreciate it if someone could let me know ASAP

    email - launa.gould@hotmail.com

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  28. We have a two bedroom log guest cabin in Rocky Mountain house that has a kitchen and bath that is available Call 403-845-7565 for more details.

    praying for you all

    Ronny Carla and family

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  29. Jordan Van EssenMay 17, 2011 at 11:45 PM

    i grew up in slave lake, and my children were growing up there. i now live in whitecourt but i was there with my children and family when the fire hit. my parents and my son lost their home and i need to do everything i can to help. if anyone knows of anything i can do from Whitecourt to help please let me know via facebook

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  30. FOR SLAVE LAKE FIRE VICTIMS. Taken from The Lakeside Leader site.
    Have you talked with your insurance company? Everyone who has property insurance has "Mass Evacuation" coverage. It is built into every policy. It provides money immediately for a place to temporarily live and things to keep you going like clothes, food, toiletries, toys for the kids anything

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  31. I am one of the people evacuated out of Slave lake and are just overwhelmed with the outpouring of support and aid that my friends and I have recieved in the small community of Smith. Without there help we would be in much worse shape.
    A special thanks goes out to,(Debbie and Clarence) who took total strangers into their home.
    Thanks again to all the volunteers and donations from everybody in Smith and everywhere else. You guys and gals Rock....:)
    Bill Glenn

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  32. Bluesky, AB I have a 3 bedroom finished/furnished basement with separate bathroom (kitchen would be shared with myself, my husband and our 10 yr old boy) available to whoever needs it! Stay as long as you need! We live in Bluesky AB (near Fairview AB). My employer has offered to help with food, clothing and toiletries for those who end up taking us up on our offer.
    If we can help please don't hesitate to email me michelle.freeland@defopt.com

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  33. The Alexander First Nation, located 10 mins west of Morinville, AB has opened up there community hall to any evacuees who need a place to stay. Food, clothing, toiletries, baby items, etc and services such as nurses, childrens activities, etc are available.Please call 780-939-0157 for information. ALL are welcome!!!

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  34. I have 6 metal chairs in pretty good condition. Great dinner set. We paid ~$400 for them about 5 years ago. I was going to sell them on Kijiji but if somone is willing to pick them up ( we have no truck ), I am happy to donate them. I live in SW Calgary, near Spruce Meadows. Email at tytusmk@gmail.com

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  35. Hi my name is David, unsure of how to post but here goes, my wife and I have 2 bedrooms not used in our modest home in Valleyview. One has bunks where our grand kids usually stay when they visit,so we have a few toys, and the other has a double bed. we also have a small tent trailer. i can be reached at 780 524 8534 or email at king_david001@msn.com. we also have wireless if you need to get online.

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  36. Sending a most heart felt THANK YOU to the town of SWAN HILLS...not only has the community been working tirelessly on collection drives for the evacuation centres...The good people of Swan Hills are taking care of us...a family displaced from Assineau. At this time we cannot put into words the true graditude we wish to express. Herb, Wendy, Zoe and Bruce

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  37. We have one room with a queensize bed available, also a playpen...would be a perfect place to stay for someone with a baby. Home is completely child friendly. In Lacombe. Please email em.h@live.ca

    Also, I have a vehicle FULL of donations, I was going to drive to Edmonton tomorrow, but am only able to go to Red Deer now...Where can I drop this off?

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  38. I have maternity clothes available. They are summer style mat clothes, shorts, tanks, t-shirts, jeans. Sizes S,M. I am in Beaumont, but am willing to go to Westlock or Edmonton to drop them off. Please email if possible...lyss_dw@hotmail.com

    Thinking of you!
    Elyssa Speers

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  39. I have a newer super single bed in excellent condition and bench style dinette set in good shape. Was going to sell but would love to donate.
    Would need to be picked up. Located in Leduc just 15 minutes south of Edmonton. 780-739-6882

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  40. Kent Harris, Journeyman ElectricianMay 25, 2011 at 8:21 PM

    I am a Journeyman Electrician from Nova Scotia looking at employment to help rebuild Slave Lake. I can start my own company or help with yours. kentharris@eastlink.ca

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  41. I have a crib/mattress & change table as well as a Peg Perego bassinet style stroller.

    Also have a kids outdoor toys: picnic table, wagon, trike....to donate.

    My heart goes out to the families who have lost so much. Thank goodness you still have each other.

    The items would have to be picked up in the Calgary area. Please email sabunch123@gmail.com if you are interested.

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  42. Mismatch set of Kenmore Washer and Frigidaire Dryer. White microwave.

    I live in Clareview area in Edmonton 780-758-0567.

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