CAREX Canada

CAREX Canada (CARcinogen EXposure) provides a body of knowledge about Canadians’ exposures to known and suspected carcinogens where people live and work, in order to support organizations in prioritizing exposures and in developing targeted exposure reduction policies and programs…

Spring 2024 e-Bulletin

View our Spring 2024 newsletter, featuring our work on cancer misinformation, exposures in the Aamjiwnaang First Nation, and more…

Special topics: Diesel engine exhaust

This new special topics page highlights CAREX Canada’s research on diesel engine exhaust, a high priority carcinogen for exposure reduction.

Newly updated eWORK now available

eWORK is an interactive tool for exploring CAREX Canada’s occupational exposure estimates to carcinogens.

Featured Resources

eWORK is a set of tools developed by our occupational exposures team that allow users to conduct custom queries of the CAREX results database. Two versions of eWORK are available: eWORK Excel and eWORK Online.

CAREX Canada’s exposure summaries are a useful guide for those looking to better understand – and reduce or eliminate – the known or suspected carcinogens that Canadians are exposed to in workplace and community environments.

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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.

CAREX Canada

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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.