This two-minute whiteboard video describes the experiences of living in unhealthy rental housing conditions and the challenges of getting help. It reflects the stories and perspectives shared by the nearly 80 tenants who participated in RentSafe focus groups in urban and rural communities in Ontario. 

The Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment (CPCHE) is pleased to offer outreach materials on radon and the importance of testing for this indoor lung cancer risk. These plain language resources are ideal for distribution at workplaces, child care centres, tenant and housing organizations, and to anyone concerned about their children’s health.

CPCHE is leading RentSafe, a collaborative initaitive aimed at addressing housing-related health risks affecting tenants on low-income and their families. 

CPCHE's popular video, brochure and tip cards provide families and expectant parents with practical, low-cost tips for reducing children's exposures to toxic chemicals commonly found in the home.

Featured resources

Policy Measures to Address Radon in the Child Care Sector, Cover page
Early Exposures and Chronic Disease - Scoping Review
Focus on Bisphenol A
Your child's skin may act more like a sponge than a shield
Advancing Environmental Health in Child Care Settings (70 pp)
Vision and Strategy for Children's Health and Environment in Canada (37 pp)

The Canadian Partnership for Children's Health and Environment (CPCHE) is a multi-sectoral collaboration of organizations with expertise in issues related to children, health, public health and the environment. CPCHE partners have been working together since 2001 to protect children's health from environmental pollutants and toxic chemicals by moving children's environmental health issues into the minds of decision-makers, service-provider organizations, individual practitioners, parents and the public.