As a homeowner who has learned about radon, tested your home and you want to help others, there are things you can do to take action on radon and help your community:
Share information with neighbours.
- Help us spread the word about radon testing and let you neighbours know that testing is easy. You can direct them to a list of providers here
Share your story.
- Testing for radon is still a bit of an unknown concept, but sharing testimonials is a great way to help encourage others to test. Upload your story on why you think others should test here.
Basics in Mitigation:
Do you need to reduce levels. Let us know if you have any questions. You can find a mitigation professional to help online here
Have you already reduced your radon, you can enter to win the Radon Reduction Sweepstakes here.
Reducing radon levels is still a bit of an unknown concept. Share your feedback here to help educate others.
Advocate for change.
- Consider ways that change in policy could help protect people in your community and help us advocate for policy changes.
Here are a number of useful Canadian radon resources:
Le radon : Au sujet
A Radon Policy Challenge to Canada’s Provincial Premiers and Health Minister
Health Canada Pamphlets
(the following pamphlets can be ordered in bulk by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org)
Le radon dans votre maison (Santé Canada)
Le radon – Une autre raison d’arrêter (Santé Canada)
Canadian Population Risk of Radon Induced Lung Cancer: A Re-Assessment Based on the Recent Cross-Canada Radon Survey
- Mike Holmes Talks About Radon
- Mike Holmes Radon Webisode
- Mike Holmes Jr. Radon PSA
- Take Action on Radon PSA Video
- Radon Awareness with the Holmes Family
- Roberta Bondar Radon PSA
- Roberta Bondar – What is Radon?
- Roberta Bondar – How to Test for Radon?
- Roberta Bondar – Reducing High Radon Levels
- Canadian Lung Association Radon PSA
- Mark Nielsen’s Story
- Jon Eakes – What is Radon and Should I be Worried?
- Virginia Killin’s Story
- Testimonial: Janet’s Story – Radon Awareness