This workshop was funded by CAREX Canada.
The following organizations were part of the organizing committee:
Radon Exposure in Nova Scotia: Challenges and Solutions Workshop
Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas and is the second leading cause of lung cancer in Canada. This free workshop brought together stakeholders working on radon in Nova Scotia and surrounding areas to learn more about radon in the region and what’s being done to reduce exposures. It was an opportunity for attendees to connect with others interested in radon and brainstorm ways that radon-induced lung cancers can be prevented.
Date:Thursday, May 26th 2016
1505 Barrington Street, Suite 1717-13, Halifax, NS
Find a write up on the event on the CAREX Website here.
- Anne-Marie Nicol, CAREX Canada
- Dr. Roby Austin, St. Mary’s University
Radon:What you need to know, federal regulations, guidelines and the cross-Canada radon survey
- Lance Richardson-Prager, Health Canada
Radon and Real Estate Transactions
- Dawn Dauphinee, Domus Realty
- John Drage, Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources
- Frederick Drebot, Housing Nova Scotia
- Lawrence Englehart, Global Property Inspections
- Pam Warkentin, Canadian Association of Radon Scientists & Technologists (CARST),
and Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program (C-NRPP)
- Helen Mersereau, Cape Breton University
- Roshini Kassie, Take Action on Radon, New Brunswick Lung Association and Robert MacDonald, Lung Association of Nova Scotia