Smoky skies bulletin lifted for much of Vancouver Island

Smoky skies bulletin lifted for much of Vancouver Island
Air quality advisory lifted for Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley
The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy and Island Health have ended the Smokey Skies Bulletin for much for Vancouver Island following an improvement in air quality. A large drop in particulate matter from Victoria to Campbell River, 

Metro Vancouver residents could soon be breathing easier, with a possible end in sight to the haze that's been choking the region. An air quality advisory remains in effect for Metro Vancouver on Friday, due to fine particulate matter from B.C …

METRO Vancouver has ended the Air Quality Advisory that was in effect for Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley Regional District since Tuesday, August 1. The advisory was due to elevated concentrations of fine particulate matter throughout most of the

Gallery: A look inside the 2017 SeaWheeze showcase store

An air quality advisory for Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley has been lifted. On Saturday, Metro Vancouver cancelled the advisory that has been in place since Aug. 1. "Air quality throughout the region has now improved as a result of a change in … . The air quality advisory that has been in effect for Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley for nearly two weeks has finally been cancelled. The smokey haze from wildfires in the Interior that has blanketed the region has mostly been pushed out by a …

If the wildfire smoke engulfing Vancouver for the past week begins to clear as forecast, residents and tourists will soon be able to breathe easier in our beautiful city. Of course, more than a hundred wildfires continue to burn in the Interior and …

Air quality advisory for Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley lifted

My first thought on seeing the photo above was this: how are these people going to run a half-marathon when Metro Vancouver has issued an air quality advisory "because of high concentrations of fine particulate matter"? It gives the term SeaWheeze new

The smoke from the ongoing wildfires in the province's Interior that has been inundating much of Vancouver Island for more than a week should begin to dissipate by this weekend. The changing weather pattern that will see the end of the smoke will bring …

Metro Vancouver ends Air Quality Advisory

Gallery: A look inside the 2017 SeaWheeze showcase store
Gallery: A look inside the 2017 SeaWheeze showcase store

Smoke from wildfires burning in central British Columbia hangs in the air as people look out at the harbour from a viewpoint where a steel sculpture of a raindrop stands, in Vancouver, B.C., on Thursday August 10, 2017. A change in winds over the … . The hot, dry, hazy weather is coming to an end as the strong ridge of high pressure over the B.C. coast begins to shift, allowing a low-pressure system to approach Vancouver Island late Saturday evening and into Sunday. Winds are also shifting

Relief from the wildfire smoke that's been blanketing Metro Vancouver for the past ten days may finally be in sight as wind patterns change, but half marathon runners who've come to the city will still face hazy conditions. Cindy Yu, a meteorologist …

The hoards of die-hard gear fans that waited for the race's show case store to open probably could have told you that already: they're the ones who camped for two whole days just to get their paws on the merch. Vancouver is bustling with eager runners … . VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – The change in the weather is certainly clearing out the skies over the Lower Mainland with the thick, smoky haze that's been plaguing the coast now dissipating and Metro Vancouver lifting an air quality advisory that had been in
Air quality advisory lifted for Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley
Air quality advisory lifted for Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley

A blanket of haze has been covering Vancouver since wildfires began to burn across British Columbia earlier this summer. SkyTracker. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor. . Vancouverites rarely celebrate a cloudy sky, perhaps because they're so common out here. But after a week under a blanket of smoke that's blocked out seemingly everything about Vancouver's natural scenery, from the mountains to the ocean to, yes, even. Runners for the Seawheeze Lululemon Half-Marathon are amongst the early risers to enjoy the new closer-to-pristine conditions. For the first time in nearly two weeks, Vancouverites could see the mountains and some blue sky through actual cloud cover as

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