Click on Air Monitoring site for air quality data or see below for locations listing.
NAPS is a cooperative partnership of federal, provincial, territorial and some regional governments measuring air quality throughout Canada. The NAPS program supports air quality programs across Canada designed to protect human health and the environment. The Air Monitoring sites located in St. John’s, Mount Pearl, Grand Falls-Windsor, Corner Brook and Port Aux Choix are National Air Pollution Surveillance (NAPS) stations. The Air Monitoring site located in Burin is a temporary mobile station. The air monitoring site located in Labrador City (Smokey Mountain) is an industrial station for which Environment Canada has added an ozone monitor for the benefits of forecasting an AQHI for the area. Data from the NAPS Program are included in the Canada-wide Air Quality Database and are published in annual air quality data summary reports. For further information, visit the NAPS Program website.