Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists

Helping Canadians Reduce Radon Risk

We would like to thank each and every one for attending this year’s conference in Ottawa. What a great success and we're so excited about the turn out and extremely informative presentations that we couldn't wait to say a heartfelt thank you to all who attended and presented. The feedback has already been tremendous and we are absolutely thrilled with the enthusiasm everyone has shown with the progress made in radon awareness during the past year. This coming year looks to be even better and we cannot express enough how fortunate we are to have such a diverse group of experts and individuals to help carry forward such an important message to the general public.

1st Annual CARST Conference


Day 1 Friday, April. 27th

0800 – 0845 Registration

0845 – 0900 Opening Remarks CARST President and Pam Warkentin

0900 – 0930 Presentation Health Canada Progress of Cross-Country Survey - Jeff Whyte

0930 – 1000 Presentation NEHA-CNRPP Introducing the Canadian Version Angel Price

1000 – 1030 Presentation First Radon Potential Map of Canada Alan Whitehead

1030 – 1100 Break

1100 – 1130 Presentation

  • Radon Mitigation on the Tobique First Nation Reserve, New Brunswick - Victor Nowicki

1130 – 1200 Presentation Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg Radon Testing and Mitigation Project Marcel Brascoupe

1200 – 1300 Networking lunch 1300 – 1430 Continuing Education CNRPP Canadian Transition Workshop

1430 – 1445 Break

1445 – 1645 Continuing Education CNRPP Supplemental Exam

Day 2 Saturday, April. 28th

0830 – 1000 Continuing Education (4 Category 1 hrs) WHO Handbook Presentation - William Angell

1000 – 1015 Break

1015 – 1215 Continuing Education (4 Category 1 hrs)  WHO Handbook Presentation - William Angell

1215 – 1330 Networking lunch

1330 – 1430 Presentation Regional Updates

1430 – 1445 Break

1445 – 1630 Annual General Meeting

  • All members
  • Agenda TBD

A big thanks to our sponsors. We greatly appreciate your support. It is due to your commitment that we are able to hold such quality events.



We are also thankful for our exhibitors.  Thanks for putting the effort in to bringing your information, products and emerging technologies to the conference.  Thank you to:

BC Lung

Health Canada and



We are hoping to have all the presentations available on our website soon.  We will let you know when they become available. 

Looking forward to seeing all of you next year to discuss this year’s successes.




The Conference Committee 

Alan Whitehead, Anne-Marie Nicol, Scott Cryer, Alana McFarlane, Kristen Craiggs and Pam Warkentin,



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