Wildfire Smoke and Air Quality | SPSA

Wildfire Smoke and Air Quality

Government of Canada offers real-time and predicted data regarding wildfire smoke and air quality. 

To access details about air quality, kindly refer to the provincial air quality index
or visit Environment Canada's Alerts.

Wildfire smoke can affect your health

If you or someone you're familiar with has breathing or heart problems, their symptoms may get worse when there's smoke in the air, whether it's a little or
a lot. Even people who are usually healthy can feel discomfort in their eyes,
throat, and may have trouble breathing during heavy smoke times.

It's important for everyone, especially those with existing breathing or heart issues,
to keep an eye on their symptoms. If things start getting worse, it's a good idea to seek medical help.

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