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Radon levels in new Canadian homes now 467% higher than in homes in Sweden, U of C study finds

CBC.ca Thursday, 25 November 2021 ()
Forty years after Canadian and Swedish homes were found to have comparable levels of radon gas, a new University of Calgary study suggests radon levels in Canada’s recent builds now far exceed their Swedish counterparts — by 467 per cent.
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