RCMP charge Alberta woman with 32 counts of arson after spring wildfires - Global News

A 54-year-old woman from Glendon, Alta., has been charged in connection with a series of wildfires in central and northern Alberta this spring.

In a news release issued Friday, the RCMP said Audrey Elaine Dunham has been charged with 32 counts of arson following an “in-depth investigation into a series of suspicious wildfires in the Bonnyville and Lac La Biche areas.”

On the night of April 24, officers from the Bonnyville RCMP detachment, Alberta Agriculture and Forestry and the Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority were called to several wildfires northwest of Bonnyville and east of Lac La Biche. An investigation determined the fires had been deliberately set and police identified a suspect. ...

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Cold Lake area man facing 10 arson charges after string of wildfires, blazes: RCMP - Calgary Herald

On April 30, 2023, police arrested and charged John Cook with 10 counts of arson he was remanded into custody and set to appear in court on May 10 in Cold Lake.

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  1. My university professor claimed that it was due to climate change XD
    Also, the temp for trees to just 'catch on fire' would mean that Canada is a MINIMUM of 232C, which just shows the absurdity of what the mainstream media is claiming


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