Acid Rain FAQ
This site looks at health effects and how to test for arsenic levels in your water.
Access information on BSE, including news releases, disease information and policies and procedures to contain this disease.
Resources for Schools and Libraries
Information regarding cellular telephones, base stations, and radiofrequency fields.
Main page for the Government of Canada's Chemical Substances Portal, a key source of information on Canada's chemical substance management under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA 1999).
Discover how scientists are working to try to understand how climate change could impact our health. Access related resources such as publications and reports.
Information dealing with the effects of lead in the environment - in food, in water, and in the air.
Addressing air quality, water quality, soil contamination affecting food supply, toxic management, use of pesticides and radiation-emitting devices, as well as a wide range of workplace health and safety issues.
Learn about fallout radiation in Canada’s North and how it can travel through the food chain to humans (text and video).
Find fact sheets on 24 issues of environmental health, from aircraft noise to woodsmoke. Each fact sheet has background information, details about health effects, and tips on how to minimize personal risk.
Facts about mercury, its properties, and the impact it has on the environment and human health.
Find information about a program responsible for the investigation, communication and reduction of health risks to Canadians from exposure to ionizing and non-ionizing radiation.
Information about environmental health issues such as radiation, contaminants, health sciences, and health impacts.
Discover the electromagnetic radiation spectrum and learn about the factors that affect UV intensity and the health effects of UV radiation.
Link to information on West Nile virus, which mosquitoes transmit after becoming infected by feeding on the blood of birds carrying the virus.