Study reveals dangerous levels of carbon monoxide and mould in Ontario reserve homes

Study reveals dangerous levels of carbon monoxide and mould in Ontario reserve homes

SpanglishNewsNetwork 🔍🏠🌬️💨 A shocking study reveals that the air inside homes on four remote First Nations communities in northwestern Ontario is contaminated with hazardous substances like carbon monoxide, fine particles, and mould. 😱💔 These findings shed light on the urgent need for improved indoor air quality in these marginalized communities. 💪🌟 #AirPollution #FirstNationsHealth #IndoorAirQuality #EnvironmentalJustice

En Español: Un estudio impactante revela que el aire dentro de las casas en cuatro comunidades remotas de las Primeras Naciones en el noroeste de Ontario está contaminado con sustancias peligrosas como monóxido de carbono, partículas finas y moho. 😱💔 Estos hallazgos arrojan luz sobre la necesidad urgente de mejorar la calidad del aire interior en estas comunidades marginadas. 💪🌟 #ContaminaciónDelAire #SaludDeLasPrimerasNaciones #CalidadDelAireInterior #JusticiaAmbiental 🏠🔍🌬️💨

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