Effective immediately, the Ontario Ministry of the Environment in Canada has lifted the Smog Advisory (June 20, 2012) for the following forecast regions because increasing wind speeds ahead of a cold front are allowing for good mixing and dispersion of pollutants, resulting in cleaner air in the air quality forecast regions listed as follows:
Burk’s Falls-Bayfield Inlet
Elliot Lake-Ranger Lake
Greater Sudbury and Vicinity
North Bay-West Nipissing
However, a Smog Advisory remains in effect for:
Brockville-Leeds and Grenville
City of Hamilton
City of Toronto
Hot, sunny conditions, combined with a southwesterly flow of polluted air from the U.S. and local build-up of pollutants are resulting in elevated smog levels across southern, central, and parts of eastern Ontario.
This advisory will remain in effect until further notice.
The details of the smog forecast for these affected regions are as follows:
Besides the verdant showcase of spring, what’s happening during May 2012 in Ontario, Canada?
Well, there are at least 14 beneficial, provincial changes happening to help Canadians in Ontario as follows:
This video presents “No More Cell Shock” wherein Margarett Best, Minister of Consumer Services, states:
I have now introduced legislation that, if passed, would give Ontarians control over their cell phone and wireless contracts. To help you understand what this means for you, we have created a Facebook page. Go to Facebook dot com slash no more cell shock to share your thoughts. We will be there to answer any questions you may have. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Margarett Best, Minister of Consumer Services