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Be sure to look up tonight, this is something you'll want to see. Mars in the sky tonight will be the closest it's been in two years and the brightest its been in October in more than 30 years.

Across the country, you can see the Red Planet glowing in the sky after sunset on October 6 and overnight but clouds could make it difficult to spot.

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If it’s looking a little hazy outside your window this morning, you’re not the only one. U.S. wildfire smoke has blown thousands of miles in multiple directions and it has now blanketed as many as six Canadian provinces. The cover is so heavy in some areas that the air quality is being affected..

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Our neighbours to the south are having some serious wildfires, and on Monday, September 14, officials issued an Alberta air quality statement as the skies fill with smoke.  

Environment Canada's statement is for four places in the province including the areas of Banff, Cardston to Fort Macleod and Magrath, Kananaskis to Canmore, and Crowsnest Past to Pincher Creek and Waterton Lakes National Park.

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An eerie haze has filled the skies across the province as wildfires in the states continue to rage on. Ontarians woke up to a beautiful and unique sunrise on Monday, a by-product of a tragedy happening thousands of kilometres away. Photos of Ontario smokey skies were quickly shared on social media showcasing the rare weather event.

At first glance, one might assume the smoke-filled skies were the result of a cloudy day.

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