Smoke from wildfires obscures the skyline of Toronto on Wednesday. (Cole Burston/Bloomberg News) TORONTO — As the haze started to lift in the northeastern United States, the wildfires in Canada that fueled all that smoke continued to rage on, with no real end in sight.

While the wind patterns are not expected to blow more hazardous smoke across the border in the coming days, the cleaner air in the United States does not mean conditions have changed all that much for fighting the fires in Canada. Light showers early next week may offer some relief for the hundreds of firefighters […]

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