Could the air in your home be a hazard to your health?
Visiting The Lung Association's award-winning website at www.YourHealthyHome.ca can help you identify and solve common indoor air quality problems which may be affecting your health.
Are you interested in learning about the quality of air across Ontario? Air Quality in Ontario is published annually by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, showing trends and illustrating how Ontario’s air quality compares to other cities in the world.
Questions? Call our Lung Health Information Line at 1-888-344 LUNG (5864).
High smog concentrations can be found throughout Ontario, particularly in the southern region, and at times, in the northwestern parts of the province. Smog can be elevated in urban and rural areas, including 'cottage country'. Learn how to protect your health and to do your share to reduce air pollution.
download Smog Brochure
Download a "scent-free" sign
View current smog conditions in your Ontario community*
Receive Ontario Smog Alerts by Email**provided by Ontario Ministry of the Environment
Learn how to Breathe Easier in Cottage Country
Understand the links between Climate Change, Air Quality and Respiratory Health
Learn about the development of Canada’s Air Quality Health Index
Ontario Lung Association fact sheet on the Air Quality Health Index
Executive Summary: Community Implementation of the Air Quality Health Index in a High Risk Population Click here.Executive Summary: Correlation of Air Quality Health Index and Acute Health Services Use for Asthma Click here
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