Abnormally hot and dry conditions in parts of B.C. and the Prairies have sparked numerous wildfires, leading to evacuations, business closures and poor air quality due to smoke-filled skies. The severe conditions have impacted several industries, and not all of them negatively.
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Brief: Soggy in Atlantic Canada, smoky over Alberta and B.C.
Fall Forecast 2015: Have YOUR say!
Severe Calgary storms cause $100 million worth of damage
Brief: West choked with smoke, storm risk out east
Brief: Storms for some, dense smoke for the west
Brief: After quarter-sized hail, where's today's storm risk?
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Brief: Rain on the horizon
PHOTOS: Wildfire smoke hits western Canada
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