Statue of Liberty shrouded in orange haze from Canada wildfires


Air quality advisories have been issued across Canada and the US as smoke travels south. …

Matthew Adams, a professor at the University of Toronto and the director of its Centre of Urban Environments, said immediate effects of inhaling wildfire smoke include shortness of breath, an elevated pulse, chest pain, or inflammation in the eyes, nose and throat.


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