Newsletter: May 2024

Wildfire Smoke and You: Air Quality and Your Health Community Event Wildfire smoke can have both physical and mental health consequences. From lung health to emotional resilience learn more about…

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Newsletter: April 2024

Collaboration is key to information sharing A unique collaboration between WCAS and the Jasper Fitzhugh newspaper brings real-time WCAS AQHI data to more community members. “To be able to identify…

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Newsletter: March 2024

Our network is growing! Lac Ste. Anne has added 3 microsensor monitors to their buildings in Sangudo, East End, and Cherhill. These microsensors help provide air quality information in areas…

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Newsletter: February 2024

Our network is growing! Thanks to community hosts, our microsensor network grows in the Whitecourt region. Microsensors can be used for real-time air quality data at the neighbourhood level and…

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Newsletter: January 2024

Welcome 2024! Resolve to prioritize clean air for a healthier, happier life – read our January newsletter and stay informed about air quality in the WCAS region.

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Newsletter: December 2023

Happy Holidays from the staff at West Central Airshed Society! Read our December newsletter for more exciting details on our creative partnership with

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Newsletter: November 2023

Airsheds and Artists: Raising Air Quality Awareness WCAS has partnered in a creative initiative with Canadian Women in Design (CWID). We’ve commissioned an original artwork by talented…

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Newsletter: October 2023

Collaboration is key through the diverse sectors of municipalities, counties, businesses, and industries across WCAS. Read this month’s newsletter for details on our recent community engagements and…

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Newsletter: September 2023

Breathing in polluted air is so harmful, it can actually have a greater impact on human lifespan than smoking – learn more in our September newsletter. As…

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