Check out the newest coverage of radon news.
Radon in our Homes: The Science Behind the Danger - Aaron Goodarzi @TEDxYYC
November 25 2021 - What the mitigation process looks like and what you can expect from correcting it
November 21 2021 - Common radon misconceptions and the truth behind them.
November 19 2021 - Radon gas is present everywhere but the amount in your home is most important to determine through testing.
November 23 2021 - Evict Radon researchers have determined radon concentration in Canadian homes is far outpacing Swedish homes, possibly due to our construction and heating methods.
November 1 2021 - New data from Take Action on Radon's 2021 national radon survey suggests more homes than the previously believed 7% are high in radon.
May 27 2021 - The silent killer: How lung cancer becomes fatal if undiagnosed.
May 2 2021 - The invisible threat inside your home: Dangerous levels of radon gas are being found in more houses across Canada than ever before.
April 14 2021 - Halifax cancer researcher studies effects of radon gas and arsenic exposure
December 1 2020 - Only over half of Canadian households aware about radon, the number one cause of lung cancer for non-smokers.
November 13 2020 - U of C researchers look at home radon exposure before, during and after pandemic.
April 29 2019 - Athlete with lung cancer warns of radon levels in homes.
March 18 2019 - Both at work and at home, this colourless gas is making people sick.
February 15 2019 - Radon: Public Health and Cancer Prevention - A New Whiteboard Video from the NCCEH
February 8 2019 - Radon testing not a priority for Calgary public school board after initial test of 10 buildings.
February 8 2019 - Understanding behavioural environmental design contributors of high radon exposure to protect Canadian health.
November 1 2018 - Radon responsible for more Canadian deaths per year than motor vehicle collisions.
December 11 2018 - Nurse urges Albertans to test after she finds unsafe radon levels in her family's home.
December 10 2018 - Research suggests exposure to deadly radon gas in Alberta varies depending on where you live.