Alberta Health Services (AHS) has issued advisories for all zones saying that air quality is expected to vary for the coming days and, potentially, weeks.
Just yesterday, an air quality statement was released for Calgary residents advising about the recent smoke in the air.
The Government of Alberta is encouraging residents of, and visitors to, Alberta to be aware of air conditions and to take precautions against potential health concerns that can be associated with smoky air.
For updated information about the air quality in Alberta you can check out the Alberta Environment Air Quality website. You can also download the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) Canada app for hourly air-quality readings and daily forecasts.
To help with relief efforts in BC, the government is also advising people to make financial donations to a recognized non-profit organization of their choice instead of providing material donations.
— Canadian Red Cross (@redcrosscanada) July 9, 2017
Currently all highways into BC from Alberta are open to travel, but this could change as the wildfire situation progresses. Keep up to date by checking 511 Alberta.