Introduction
Radon is an invisible
Radioactive Gas
that causes lung cancer
Radon is an invisible Radioactive Gas that causes lung cancer

Every region in Canada has homes with elevated radon; make sure yours isn’t one of them. Radon is the #1 cause of lung cancer in non-smokers. Reducing radon in your home is straight forward.

Every region in Canada has homes with elevated radon; make sure yours isn’t one of them. Radon is the #1 cause of lung cancer in non-smokers. Reducing radon in your home is straight forward.


Take Action on Radon is funded by HEALTH CANADA.
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TESTING FOR RADON

Testing for radon is easy. Click for instructions, test kits, and more.

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FIND A RADON PROFESSIONAL

Reducing radon concentration can be done in all homes. Contact a certified* radon professional to help you today.

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CITIES – TOWNS – MUNICIPALITIES

Radon is killing more than 3,000 Canadians per year from lung cancer. Join the 100 Radon Test Kit Challenge to access free radon test kits for your citizens. 

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Our Latest News

Radon Reduction Sweepstakes Report 2017-2019

By |March 16, 2022|

The Radon Reduction Sweepstakes is a Canada-wide contest run by Take Action on Radon (TAOR) in conjunction with the Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (CARST).  The contest provides 10 […]

Radon Reduction Sweepstakes Report 2019-2020

By |February 4, 2022|

Evaluating entries from 2019/2020, we continue to see that most people reducing radon are seeing effective results in their radon levels of 91% reduction when using a C-NRPP certified professional and that pricing of radon mitigation systems seems ranges by home and region, […]

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Take Action on Radon Preliminary Data Report – November 2021

By |January 11, 2022|

A new report by Take Action on Radon (TAOR) reveals that the overwhelming majority of communities that have taken part in their 100 Radon Test Kit Challenge program are finding that dangerous levels of radon are much more common that Health Canada’s national estimate or 7% of […]

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