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It's become a common sight here in Saskatchewan this summer.  A haze has enveloped our city a few times as forest fires burn in northern Saskatchewan, Alberta, BC and some parts of the United States near the Canadian border.

Smoke is going to be a concern again Today for some people with respiratory issues. Forest fires are once again sending the haze our way on westerly winds.  Air quality advisories have been issued and are expected to last until Tuesday evening.

As the cold front passes, cleaner air will move in from the north but that will also bring showers to end the week.

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