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Some people are concerned that daily exposure to electric and magnetic fields (EMFs) may cause health problems.
Ontario-focused high resolution climate information and its application. The data contains the 50th percentile high resolution probabilistic projections of annual averaged temperature and precipitation over the province. It covers the: * 1970s * 2030s * 2050s * 2080s This data is provided in partnership with the University of Regina. More user-friendly visualizations and downloads of this data are also available at: * The Ontario Climate Change Data Portal (OCCDP) by the University of Regina * The Ontario Climate Change Projections (OCCP) page by York University This dataset's technical documentation contains a metadata record of projects funded by the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks alongside final reports and associated data.
Power lines and electrical products emit extremely low frequency electric and magnetic fields (EMF). Learn about the safety of power lines and electrical products.
All federal institutions subject to the Privacy Act that create, sponsor or finance programs, projects or initiatives that involve the collection, use or sharing of personal information are responsible for completing a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA). The following executive summary presents the PIA results for the 2016 Astronauts Recruitment Campaign.
"Trying to use different and complex passwords for every website, account, and application can be challenging. If you are experiencing password overload, you may become careless. Maybe you keep all your passwords written down or reuse the same, easy to remember password. You can use a password manager to help you create, store, and remember your passwords.
This guide covers basic information on the following: hazards associated with radiation emergencies, radiation health effects, radiation detection and measurement, protection of workers, and management of radiation emergencies in Canada.
Microwave ovens provide a convenient way to thaw, cook, and reheat food. They are now common in most Canadian homes and restaurants, and are found in many commercial and industrial establishments.
In recent years, utility companies in several provinces have started installing wireless smart meters in Canadian businesses and residences. Some people have expressed concern about the possibility of health effects from exposure to the radiofrequency fields that these devices emit.
Radiation is energy that comes from a source and travels through material or space. Every day, Canadians come in contact with radiation in both their living and work environments.
Health Canada fact sheet: Radiation is energy that comes from a source and travels through material or space. Every day, Canadians come in contact with radiation in both their living and work environments.