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À cause des changements climatiques, les zones où les tiques peuvent survivre et se multiplier au Canada sont en expansion. Le nombre de Canadiens qui contractent des maladies transmises par des tiques, comme la maladie de Lyme et l’anaplasmose, augmente aussi.


Zoonoses and Adaptation in a Changing World [seulement en anglais]

[seulement en anglais] This webinar will consist of two presentations: The emergence of human alveolar echinococcosis in AlbertaStan Houston MD DTM&H FRCPCProfessor of Medicine & Public HealthDirector, Northern Alberta HIV ProgramLyme Disease Clinical Toolkit Matthew Gray, Project Coordinator Anne Dabrowski, Manager Centre for Effective Practice

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The expanding range of mosquito and tick vectors: Importance of robust vector surveillance in Ontario [seulement en anglais]

As persistent changes in weather patterns affect the spread of exotic arthropod vectors worldwide, Ontario has also seen the introduction of exotic mosquitoes and ticks. Based on Ontario’s mosquito and tick surveillance programs, this province has seen the introduction, and possible establishment, of some notable exotic species. The lone star tick is a voracious biter and implicated in red meat...

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