High levels of radon found in Regina homes

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Reginans urged to test for radon in homes

Leader-Post, July 25, 2007
A study carried out by the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region testing the indoor air quality of Regina homes has revealed levels of radon gas in some homes exceeded the accepted federal limits.
The test, conducted in 106 homes at random, found 38 homes across the city had radon levels higher than 200 Becquerels per cubic metre, the new federal standard implemented in June.
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