The Thunder Bay Radon Project
We are currently undertaking a city-wide, three month, radon project to determine the level of radon in Thunder Bay homes. Radon is a colourless, odourless, radioactive gas. It can build up in your home and at high levels can cause lung cancer.
Thank you for your interest in receiving a radon home testing kit.
However, there are NO more radon home test kits available from the Health Unit.
Click Here for more information about radon or the radon project.
||Click here to view the instructional video on how to deploy your Radon Home Testing Kit. |
Protecting You and Your Land, Water, Food and Air
Food inspection disclosures to the public
Results of food inspection reports (e.g. restaurants, other premises where food is prepared, served and sold to the public) are available to the public.
To discuss a report with a public health inspector, please call 625-5930 or toll-free 1-888-294-6630, ext. 5930.
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The team includes certified public health inspectors, a land development officer and program support. Together, the team works to protect the public, promote health and prevent disease through education, consultation, inspection, monitoring public health issues and enforcing public health legislation.
A public health inspector is available Monday through Friday, from 8:30am to 4:30pm.
Please call 625-5930 or toll-free 1-888-294-6630, ext.5930.