Smoke from uncontrolled wildfires along the U.S. West Coast is blowing eastward, stretching thousands of kilometres across Canada and covering several provinces. 

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Dozens of blazes have raged with unprecedented scope across some 18,000 square kilometres in Oregon, California and Washington state since August, laying waste to several small towns, destroying thousands of homes and killing at least 36 people.

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The fires also have filled the region’s air with harmful levels of smoke and soot,…

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