By Kelly Geraldine Malone and Ritika Dubey THE CANADIAN PRESS Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stopped in Edmonton on Monday to meet with military personnel who are helping fight wildfires in Alberta that worsened under the weekend heat. Trudeau was given an overview of the fires at Canadian Forces Base Edmonton and, along with federal Emergency Preparedness Minister Bill Blair, was briefed about the weather forecast and threats from rising temperatures and dryness. About 300 soldiers are being deployed across the province to help with the fires, which have forced thousands to flee their homes and rural properties. Some reservists dressed in yellow jumpsuits and bright blue safety helmets trudged through charred forest near Drayton Valley over the weekend. Working along firefighters, they used tools, shovels and water to put out
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