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JULY 19 WHITESHELL WILDFIRE UPDATE

Posted on: July 19, 2021  |  

Manitoba Parks reports that the Crow Duck fire continues to burn but is not a concern at this time

Heavy smoke in the Whiteshell is attributed to fires in Ontario & elsewhere (not caused by Crowduck).

No new fires have been reported today.

No aircraft in the air due to the smoke in the area.

You can find the smoke conditions and smoke forecast at the link below

https://firesmoke.ca/forecasts/current/

Photos shared from Facebook show the smoky conditions below

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