How is the smoke affecting you?

Jerry Roehning

Las Vegas

“No problems for me. I like the smell, don’t get it very often. I don’t live here, so I’m not worried of the other side of things.”

Wayne Lush

Sulphurous Lake

“It’s not too bad. Not much you can do about it. Not (worried) right now, maybe in a week I might be.”

Candace Sikiric

103 Mile House

“It just makes you feel gross. I don’t like it. Hurts my throat.”

Dave Baloc

108 Mile Ranch

“It doesn’t really affect me. But, I mean, it makes you wonder where the fires are, makes you more alert.”


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