By Michael Tutton and Michael MacDonald THE CANADIAN PRESS HALIFAX-As an unprecedented string of wildfires in Nova Scotia continued to burn out of control Wednesday, thousands of residents forced to flee their homes spent a fourth day wondering what their neighbourhoods will look like when they return home. Fire officials were hoping for a break in the dry, windy weather, but the forecast did not include any rainfall until Friday night. As of Wednesday, there were three wildfires burning out of control in Nova Scotia and about 18,000 people forced from their homes by mandatory evacuation orders. In the Halifax area, fire officials said 200 structures, including 151 homes, had been destroyed by a fire that started Sunday in a suburb northwest of downtown. Joe Benvie, one
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