Those watching the sky in the evening may have noticed a unique sunset as smoke from wildfires in Western Canada wafted above parts of southern Ontario. Satellite imaging showed a plume of smoke from Western Canada move slowly southwards over the Golden Horseshoe area Wednesday evening, Environment Canada meteorologist Gerald Cheng said. …“As long as there’s smoke between your eyes and the sun, you could see the red sun,” Cheng said. Cheng added the smoke did not reach ground level as it passed high above southern Ontario, meaning it did not affect the air quality in the GTA. …Cheng said that at this time, there is no information to suggest any B.C. wildfires would affect air quality in southern Ontario in the coming days. But Cheng said the same pollutants that gave Ontario vibrant sunsets was affecting air quality in Western Canada.