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What’s happening in Saskatchewan
Lung Saskatchewan is working to promote radon awareness in Saskatchewan through their collaborative group, Take Action on Radon Saskatchewan. If you are interested in joining the SK Coalition, you can email: email@example.com
The Saskatchewan government has announced a renovation tax credit which includes radon mitigation. This is ground breaking announcement as the first tax credit in Canada which covers radon mitigation.
You can find details about the Info-Bulletin-Home-Renovation-Tax-Credit or on Lung Saskatchewan’s webpage.
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Radon in the news
On the Go: Master Radon, CTV Live, October 2021
Lung Association Putting the Spotlight on Radon, CJWW radio/online November 2021
Free Radon Information Session, Eatonia, October 2021
Radon Testing Kits Available for Pick up, Weyburn, October 2021
- ’It’s preventable’: Cancer survivor spreads testing message at Saskatoon radon conference, CBC, April 29, 2019
Health Canada, Saskatchewan health group warn residents about dangers of radon,” Global News, November 26, 2018 (video)
- Health Canada, Saskatchewan health group warn residents about dangers of radon, Global News, November 26, 2018 (video)
Organizational Stakeholders in Saskatchewan
Lung Sask provides education and awareness to Saskatchewan residents about radon and the health risks associated with long-term exposure. In addition, Lung Sask sells long-term radon test kits, which are recommended by Health Canada. Test kit cost includes laboratory analysis and two-way shipping.
Radiation Safety Institute of Canada
The Radiation Safety Institute of Canada was founded as an independent, non-partisan, non-governmental body to promote safety in relation to radiation exposure in the workplace and in homes, schools and the environment. Its founding was a direct, independent response to the human disaster in the Elliot Lake uranium mines, where healthy miners had been exposed to excessive amounts of a common radioactive gas (called radon) in the underground mining environment.