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Gallery: Northern lights in Fort Saskatchewan

The northern lights made an appearance in the Fort Saskatchewan sky on Wednesday (Oct. 4) night.

Several residents shared images of the northern lights from several neighbourhoods in the city, from Southpointe to Sienna.

One resident even shared an image of the lights above Elk Island National Park.

The northern lights, or the aurora borealis, is a natural light display caused by solar wind. The northern lights are most active around the equinoxes in March and September.

You can see some of the photos taken by residents below:

Northern Lights
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