Provincial Ambient Air Monitoring Network
This network of air quality monitoring stations across the province is linked into a national program for air monitoring across Canada called the National Air Pollution Surveillance (NAPS) network.
Real-time and historical data from the provincial ambient air monitoring network may be accessed from our Air Quality Data page. For information on local current air quality health index conditions, forecasts, health risks and other information regarding air pollution, please go to Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Air Quality Health Index page. Important information regarding wildfire smoke including alerts, predictions, locations and mapping can be obtained from the Wildfire Smoke and Air Quality page.
The Saskatchewan Air Monitoring Lab (SAML)
The Saskatchewan Air Monitoring Lab (SAML) is a vehicle designed to measure air quality and is equipped to monitor a variety of air pollutants simultaneously. Find out how this one-person mobile lab can monitor ambient air quality anywhere in the province that is accessible by road.