Smog Advisory Lifted

    TORONTO, Sept. 25 /CNW/ - Effective immediately, the Ministry of the
Environment has lifted its Smog Advisory for the following forecast regions:

    City of Hamilton

    Increasing northeasterly winds are allowing for good mixing and
dispersion of pollutants, and resulting in cleaner air in Hamilton.
    Smog is a hazy mix of pollutants made up of ground-level ozone, fine
particulate matter and other pollutants. During the summer months, more than
half of Ontario's smog-causing pollution originates in the United States. In
cooler months, domestic sources can be significant contributors to the
formation of fine particulate matter.
    The website contains a list of "spare the air"
actions ( to help combat smog
and minimize its effect on sensitive populations. If you want to learn more
about air quality, visit the Ministry of the Environment's website at

For further information:

For further information: John Steele, Communications Branch, (416)

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