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FOR Y A D O right A world UPof Tnews N G I S at home… Stanley Cup Finals | Canucks winger Rafﬁ Torres breaks a scoreless stalemate with 18.5 seconds left in the third to put Vancouver over the Boston Bruins 1-0 in a scrappy, penalty-ﬁlled Game 1. 
WILDFIRES THREATEN TWO SASK. TOWNS WOLLASTON LAKE, Sask. (Canadian Press)
Rafﬁ Torres celebrates after scoring the winning goal in front of Boston Bruins defenceman Johnny Boychuk during the third period of Game 1 last night at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.
Ottawa is sending in military planes to evacuate people from two northern Saskatchewan communities threatened by wildﬁres. Public Safety Minister Vic Toews and National Defence Minister Peter MacKay said in a news release that Canadian Forces search and rescue aircraft will assist with evacuating nearly 1,000 residents from Wollaston Lake and Hatchet Lake First Nation. Smoke and shifting winds were hampering efforts to evacuate the community, which is 840 kilometres north of Saskatoon and accessible only by air. The ﬁve-square-kilometre ﬁre was burning next to the airport and winds were blowing smoke across the runway, shutting down access to the facility. Saskatchewan ofﬁcials said late last night that the airport and road were reopened and another 388 residents were evacuated, leaving 400 hunkered down in the community’s schools. About 240 got out on Tuesday. Public Health Agency of Canada is also supplying beds, blankets and other essentials for more than 1,100 evacuees who are being housed in Saskatoon and Prince Albert.
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