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One-in-four Manitoba homes contain higher than accepted radon levels

How Risky Is Radon?

We are all exposed to radon throughout our lifetimes. However, long-term exposure to elevated levels of radon is known to cause lung cancer. An estimated 16% of fatal cases of lung cancer in Canada are induced by radon.

 

Learn more about Health Canada’s guidelines for radon exposure

How Can Risk be Reduced? 

If a radon test shows that there are unsafe levels of radon in a building, measures can be taken to reduce reduce these levels at a reasonable cost. A certified radon mitigation professional can help you find the best way to reduce the radon levels in your home or workplace.

 

Learn more about Health Canada’s recommendations for reducing exposure to radon

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