Air Quality in the Peace Region is very high today. Limit your exposure. Reduce outdoor activities. Grande Prairie-24, Beaverlodge-30, Rycroft-15. Be safe! Call Alberta 811 if you’re feeling adverse health effects, or go to http://www.albertahealthservices.ca/news/Page13075.aspx
On March 21, 2016, the Alberta Airsheds Council (AAC) – which represents Alberta’s nine Airsheds, including PAZA – and the Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency (AEMERA) signed off on a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will see our two parties working closely together to strengthen and better integrate province-wide environmental air quality monitoring, evaluation and reporting.
The AAC, Airsheds and AEMERA have been working collaboratively over the past several months to establish this formal agreement. The MOU outlines how we will work together going forward. Broadly speaking, the MOU will strengthen linkages between AEMERA and the province’s Airshed’s, and identify gaps in monitoring throughout the province – – ultimately providing a more complete and robust picture of ambient air quality in Alberta.
Some of the specific tasks outlined in the MOU include:
- a province-wide review of the operation and alignment of air monitoring stations;
- an annual provincial forum to discuss the MOU, work plan, and current and emerging air quality issues;
- a commitment by all Airsheds to provide air monitoring data to AEMERA for online, public sharing; and
- a clear and demonstrated commitment to strengthen linkages between AEMERA and regional Airsheds in order to identify gaps in the monitoring network, and ultimately provide a more complete and robust picture of ambient air quality in our province.
For more information, please contact PAZA Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s that time of year again! We’re excited to announce the PAZA Photo Contest is underway. Send us your photos! It’s contest time! For more information, visit the PAZA website at www.paza.ca
Precautionary Air Quality Advisory issued for The Valley-area of Hinton
June 24, 2014
HINTON – Due to unusually dusty air quality conditions caused by traffic on Willow Creek Road and further exacerbated by dry weather conditions, Alberta Health Services (AHS) is issuing a precautionary air quality advisory for The Valley-area of Hinton.
Individuals living or traveling in the above noted area are advised to be aware of potential health concerns that can be associated with dusty air conditions. http://www.albertahealthservices.ca/10117.asp
For up to the hour Air Qualtiy Health Index (AQHI) ratings in our area please visit www.paza.ca. Air quality information is also available by phone, toll-free, at 1-877-247-7333.
We are excited to collaborate with the City of Grande Prairie and Aquatera on the upcoming Tire Pressure Clinic. Won’t you come out and join us on June 4, 2014 at Aquatera’s Eco Centre, 10431-96 Street, Grande Prairie and check your tires!! We’ll be there from 10am – 2pm. There will be something for the whole family! See you there!!
We are pleased to announce the winners of our Annual Photo Contest. Congratulations to our winners, and a huge thank you to everyone who entered. Your submissions were outstanding!