Forest fires are often a concern in Canada, especially during dry, hot summers. People all over Canada may be affected by the smoke from forest fires.
If breathing problems develop, refer to your action plan or call your healthcare provider.
For information on Air Quality in your region please visit: https://weather.gc.ca/airquality/pages/provincial_summary/mb_e.html
For information on Fire Situation Reports and Updates, The latest Provincial Fire Bulletin, Fire and Travel Restrictions, or information on where to report a wildfire please visit: https://www.gov.mb.ca/wildfire/
For information on what type of health effects can be caused by forest fire smoke, what you can do to prevent problems when there is wood smoke in the air, and what you should do during wildfire season if you have lung disease please visit our friends at the Canadian Lung Association at: https://www.lung.ca/lung-health/forest-fires-and-lung-health