Wildfire smoke from northeastern Saskatchewan, B.C and now Alberta continues to drift over much of the province.
Air quality advisories have been common the last week or so as weather patterns continue to push smoke and haze across Saskatchewan.
Once again on Wednesday Environment Canada has issued advisories for east central and southern portions of Saskatchewan.
In Regina and Moose Jaw air quality reports read 10 or “very high risk” meaning outside activity is not recommended.
Fires in the Pelican Narrows region continue to kept nearly 3,000 people out of their homes and in shelters in Saskatoon and Prince Albert until this afternoon when the general evacuation order for Pelican Narrows was lifted for some residents.