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Every home in Canada should test for radon

Every home in Canada should test for radon

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Every home in Canada should test for radon

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January 10, 2018
Radon Workplace Challenge
The Radon Workplace Challenge engages workplaces across Canada to raise awareness about radon and promote radon testing in both the workplace and the home. Read More >
January 10, 2018
5 things you can do during American radon action month
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, surpassed only by cigarette smoking, and it is a significant environmental health threat that can be easily detected. Read More >
November 29, 2017
Carex Canada Radon in Schools Summary Report
While exposure at home is the most significant source of radon for children, exposure at school can also contribute to the problem. Read More >
November 22, 2017
Call for action on radon in child care settings 
CPCHE's executive director, along with CPCHE colleagues from the Canadian Child Care Federation and the Canadian Environmental Law Association, public officials and radon experts joined voices to call for mandatory action on radon in child care settings, in a commentary published in Environmental Health Review. Read More >
November 22, 2017
Kymba the radon dog 
CTV News do their media conference on radon at a local home in Winnipeg thanks to Kymba the radon dog. Read More > 
November 21, 2017
New radon policy work being done in Alberta
Robyn Luffthe NDP MLA for Calgary-East, introduced a private member’s bill Tuesday that would require the government to develop educational materials and a public awareness campaign around the dangers of radon gas. Read More >
November 14, 2017
Dr. Goodarzi on how radon affects your family
Radiation biologist Dr. Aaron Goodarzi explains how exposure to radon can cause DNA damage leading to lung cancer, and why protecting children from exposure to high levels of radon is particularly important. Read More >   
November 9, 2017
Take action by testing your home for radon
November is designated as Radon Action Month. Read More >
November 3, 2017
Understanding Radon - Reduce Your Risk of Lung Cancer: An On-Demand Webcast
Our guest speakers will provide you with an understanding of how to test for radon in your home.  Read More >

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We’re looking for Canadians from all corners of the country to share their radon stories with us. Why did you decide to test your home? What was it that made you reduce your radon levels? How was your experience? If you’d like to help us encourage more people to take action on radon in their homes, daycares, schools and workplaces, please contact us using the form below. Thank you! 

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