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Metro Vancouver and much of south and central B.C. are once again under a blanket of smoke and haze, and there is little relief in the forecast.
On Tuesday smoke from an estimated 600 wildfires burning across the province pushed the air quality health index up to high for large areas of the province, meaning residents should consider reducing strenuous activities outdoors.
This is the view of Vancouver from City Hall blanketed in smoke.
Environment Canada has issued a smoke advisory for Metro Vancouver 0:18
Environment Canada meteorologist Cindy Yu says a lack of wind in the forecast means the
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