Smoke from the BC wildfires has made its way into Saskatchewan.
That could be problematic for those with asthma and other lung diseases.
Jaime Peters with the Lung Association of Saskatchewan says there are things you will notice if outside for a long period of time. Those things include burning and itchy eyes, a sore throat and maybe a headache while those with asthma or other respiratory issues could feel a tightening of the chest.
Peters says anything done outdoors should be limited until conditions ease off.
It is believed barring a shift in the wind that the smoke will be with us for a few days.