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Some municipalities (ex., Guelph and Perth East) now require consideration of radon mitigation measures as part of their building permitting process. In general, a combination of options around radon testing and mitigation are provided and form a part of the requirements listed on the building permit. In essence, clearing the conditions of the building permit requires demonstrating that radon levels are below the Health Canada Guideline of 200 Bq/m^3.

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