Wildfires in Canada led to dangerous air quality in parts of the US for the first time. See the affected areas
This summer, Canadian wildfire smoke extended to the United States, causing widespread and alarming levels of air pollution. “The increased purple air days that you saw this year, probably 100% of those were attributable to the [Canadian] wildfires ...
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Aug 19, 2023 · As of Wednesday, there were 1,054 active wildfires in Canada, including 230 in the Northwest Territories and 669 deemed out of control, according to the Canadian Interagency Forest Fire...
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Jun 27, 2023 · A map updated daily by the Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre shows how widespread the wildfires have become. Eastern provinces like Quebec, Ontario and Nova Scotia have been hit...
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Jul 21, 2023 · Smoke from Canada's wildfires has filled U.S. skies with an unhealthy haze for weeks, becoming a hallmark of the 2023 summer. The smoke raises a number of questions, from why the fires have...