Condemned refrigerators lined the curbs of Fort McMurray in the wake of May's devastating wildfire. (Chris Corday / CBC News)
When you're pounded with the big waves, you'd better learn to surf.
"The demolition material is going to come in pretty much in a tsunami-like effect," says Fred Thompson-Brown, manager of Fort McMurray's landfill. "We've been busy throughout and it's just getting busier."
The wildfire that ravaged the oilsands city is finally under control and many of its more than 80,000 evacuees are back in their homes. Services are restored and residents are working to bring life back to normal.