CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — The Calgary Stampeders of the CFL canceled outdoor practice Monday because of smoke from forest fires.
The city’s air quality health index was 8 on a scale of 1 to 10 and deemed high risk for outdoor activities.
There were 64 active fires burning in southeast British Columbia as well as another four west and northwest of Calgary.
Rain was forecast for late Monday and Tuesday, so the Stampeders may get back on the McMahon Stadium field Tuesday under clearer skies.
The Stampeders (0-2) are home Friday against the Montreal Alouettes.