Local Health Authorities and Contacts
Environment Canada, in collaboration with Health Canada, has partnered with provinces and territories, municipal governments, stakeholders from industry, health, environmental and aboriginal organizations, and local health authorities to develop and deliver the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) for communities across Canada.
Alberta Partners Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development Alberta Health Alberta Health Services The Lung Association, Alberta & NWT Wood Buffalo Environmental Association British Columbia Local Health Authorities Fraser Health Interior Health Northern Health Vancouver Coastal Health Vancouver Island Health Authority Partners B.C. Centre for Disease Control B.C. Ministry of Environment B.C. Ministry of Healthy Living and Sport B.C. Ministry of Health British Columbia Lung Association Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) Canadian Partnership for Children's Health & Environment (CPCHE) Fraser Basin Council Metro Vancouver Municipality of Williams Lake School of Population & Public Health, UBC Manitoba Partners Manitoba Conservation Manitoba Health Manitoba Healthy Living Sports Medicine Council of Manitoba The Lung Association, Manitoba Winnipeg Regional Health Authority New Brunswick Local Health Authority New Brunswick Department of Health Partners New Brunswick Department of Environment and Local Government New Brunswick Lung Association Newfoundland and Labrador Local Health Authorities Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Health and Community Service Partners Department of Environment and Conservation, Newfoundland and Labrador Newfoundland and Labrador Lung Association Northwest Territories Partners Government of the Northwest Territories Department of Environment and Natural Resources Government of the Northwest Territories Department Health and Social Services Nova Scotia Partners Nova Scotia College of Respiratory Therapists
For general information about the AQHI or air quality, contact
Nova Scotia Environment's Air Quality Branch at (902) 424-8207.
For information on specific air quality issues in your community, contact your
local Nova Scotia Environment office: For air quality questions for the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) region, contact the NSE Bedford Office at: (902) 424-7773 For air quality questions in the Kentville and Greenwood area, contact the NSE Kentville Office at: (902) 679-6086 For air quality questions in the Pictou area, contact the NSE Pictou Office at: (902) 893-5880 For air quality questions in the Port Hawkesbury area, contact the NSE Port Hawkesbury office at:(902) 625-0791 For air quality questions in the Sydney region, contact the NSE Sydney Office at: (902) 563-2100 Ontario Local Health Authorities Durham Region Health Department Halton Region - Public Health Unit Hamilton Public Health Services Kingston Public Health London Middlesex-London Public Health Unit Niagara Region Public Health Ottawa Public Health, City of Ottawa Peel Region – Public Health Unit Peterborough-Public Health Unit Sault Ste. Marie - Algoma Public Health Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit Toronto Public Health Windsor-Essex County Public Health Unit/City of Windsor York Region Public Health Unit Partners Asthma Society of Canada Clean Air Hamilton Clean Air Partnership Community Environmental Alliance Green Venture Ontario Lung Association The Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Quebec Partners Ministère du Développement durable, de l’Environnement et de la Lutte contre les changements climatiques Ville de Montréal Prince Edward Island Partners Prince Edward Island Department of Environment, Labour and Justice Prince Edward Island Department of Health and Wellness Prince Edward Island Lung Association Saskatchewan Partners Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment Saskatchewan Ministry of Health National Active Living Coalition for Older Adults Asthma Society of Canada Canada Walks Clean Air Champions Green Communities Canada Green Venture
The College of Family Physicians of Canada