The thin blanket of smoke hovering over Regina has moved on, but residents may need to take extra care after inhaling it for nearly a day.
Chief Medical Health Officer Dr. Saqib Shahab says those with persistent lung, or heart conditions may still want to limit themselves from being outside.
The wildfires in B-C have been burning for a couple of weeks, and have smothered much of British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan in smoke.
But the threat from the fires is far from over.
B-C officials have begun the difficult task of notifying people who have lost their homes in the out-of-control wildfires that are raging across the province.
At least 40-thousand people have been forced from their homes, and another 17-thousand have been told to be ready to leave at a moment’s notice.
Gusty winds fanned flames over the weekend, and officials say potential lightning forecasted for Wednesday could cause further problems for fire crews.
There still is a chance, according to meteorologists the smoke could reappear over Saskatchewan, if the winds shift again.