e-Bulletin

The CAREX Canada team offers two regular newsletters: the biannual e-Bulletin summarizing information on upcoming webinars, new publications, and updates to estimates and tools; and the monthly Carcinogens in the News, a digest of media articles, government reports, and academic literature related to the carcinogens we’ve classified as important for surveillance in Canada. Sign up for one of these newsletters, or both, below.

Spring 2021 e-Bulletin

Spring 2021 e-Bulletin

IN THIS ISSUE
Spotlight on CAREX resources – Newly designed interactive maps, harmonizing OELs in Canada

Recent publications – Sun protection behaviours, men and women at work, and pesticides

CAREX news – New grants awarded to study awareness of cancer causes, impact of sex and gender

Upcoming events – Webinar on pesticide exposures and EPICOH symposium 

Communications update – Recent stories from our Carcinogens in the News digest

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Fall 2020 e-Bulletin

Fall 2020 e-Bulletin

IN THIS ISSUE
Spotlight on COVID-19 – Webinar recording on workplace transmission of COVID-19

Research updates – New data on sun exposure in outdoor workers

Partner updates – Raising awareness on radon, new Occupational Disease Statistics website

Recent publications – Knowledge translation, cancer risks in a First Nations community, and pesticides

Communications update – Recent stories from our Carcinogens in the News digest

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Spring 2020 e-Bulletin

Spring 2020 e-Bulletin

IN THIS ISSUE
Spotlight on night shift work – New report on research challenges and publication on workplace estimates

Updating resources – Reducing workplace exposure to antineoplastic agents, new pesticide and ionizing radiation estimates 

Communications update – Webinar recordings on workplace exposure to sun and antineoplastic agents now available

Recent publications – New publication on the burden of workplace radon exposure

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Fall 2019 e-Bulletin

Fall 2019 e-Bulletin

IN THIS ISSUE
Spotlight on burden of occupational cancer – New report and fact sheets now available

Additions to the CAREX team – Welcome Shelby

Updating resources – New estimates for welding fumes, gasoline engine exhaust

Recent publications – New publication on occupational exposure to second-hand smoke

Communications update – Webinar recording on occupational lung cancer cases now online

Partner update – Supporting awareness and research during Radon Action Month

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Spring 2019 e-Bulletin

Spring 2019 e-Bulletin

IN THIS ISSUE
Spotlight on CAREX news – CAREX Canada launches new website

Recent publications – New burden of cancer results now available, Sun Safety at Work Canada project results and new sun research in Alberta

Partner update – Expanding CAREX through international collaborations

Communications update – Two occupational disease websites launched

Other updates – New Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control released

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Fall 2018 e-Bulletin

Fall 2018 e-Bulletin

IN THIS ISSUE
Spotlight on radon – School testing increases in Canada, CELA publishes law and policy scan

Additions to the CAREX team – Welcome Chantal

Updating resources – New profile developed for carbon nanotubes, summaries for emerging issues

Communications update – Asbestos ban established in Canada

Recent publications – ON-DECK study results on occupational exposure and kidney cancer

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The CAREX Canada team offers two regular newsletters: the biannual e-Bulletin summarizing information on upcoming webinars, new publications, and updates to estimates and tools; and the monthly Carcinogens in the News, a digest of media articles, government reports, and academic literature related to the carcinogens we’ve classified as important for surveillance in Canada. Sign up for one or both of these newsletters below.

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As a national organization, our work extends across borders into many Indigenous lands throughout Canada. We gratefully acknowledge that our host institution, the University of British Columbia Point Grey campus, is located on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) people.