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Smoke from forest fire to ‘drift back’ into Pikangikum First Nation on Monday as wind shifts south

Pikangikum First Nation

As the forest fire continues to grow and threaten the community of Pikangikum First Nation on Sunday, a shift in the wind Monday is expected to worsen smoke in the community, according Environment Canada’s severe weather meteorologist Mitch Meredith.

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