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Fires by Lake Winnipeg and Saskatchewan-Manitoba Border, Canada

53.2N 97.9W

July 14th, 2012 Category: Fires

Canada – July 13th, 2012

Multiple plumes of smoke from fires in Canada near the Saskatchewan-Manitoba border can be seen blowing towards the southeast. A veil of smoke also sweeps in an arched shape across the upper half of the image, while Lake Winnipeg and other nearby bodies of water are also covered in a smoky haze in the lower right quadrant.

Fires East of Lac la Ronge, Canada

55.1N 104.9W

July 16th, 2012 Category: Fires

Canada – July 13th, 2012

Fires near the border between the provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada, release plumes of smoke towards the southeast. A band of smoky haze also sweeps across the image. On the left side, just north of the haze, is Lac la Ronge, a glacial lake in Saskatchewan. It is the fifth largest lake in the province. It is approximately 250 km north of Prince Albert, on the edge of the Canadian Shield.

Smoke Over Belcher Islands and Hudson Bay, Canada

56.3N 79.5W

July 15th, 2012 Category: Fires

Canada – July 13th, 2012

A veil of smoke hangs over Hudson Bay, Canada, and the Belcher Islands (below center). The Belcher Islands are an archipelago in Qikiqtaaluk Region, Nunavut, Canada. Located in Hudson Bay, the Belcher Islands are spread out over almost 3000 km2. The smoke is probably blowing northward from fires near the border between the provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan (click here for more images).