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Pierre Chuard, Jade Savage,  2019-08-21

A new citizen science project called eTick.ca invites the public to participate in the monitoring...

NCCEH,  2019-06-05

Each month, our librarian casts her expert eye across hundreds of journals, news portals,...

NCCEH,  2019-06-05

Each month, our librarian casts her expert eye across hundreds of journals, news portals,...

Tissa Rahim,  2019-07-24

We used anonymous poison control centre data, collected by certified pharmacists, nurses, and...

Anne-Marie Nicol,  2019-06-26

The public health threat posed by tick populations in Canada is clearly increasing. Tick...

NCCEH,  2019-06-05

Each month, our resident super Librarian casts her expert eye across hundreds of journals, news...

What do dog deaths in Fredericton, a State of Emergency in Salem, Oregon, and vacuuming lakes in Florida all have in common?

Juliette O’Keeffe,  2019-05-21

The understanding and management of health impacts associated with resource development has traditionally focused on the impacts arising from biophysical exposures (e.g.

Melissa Aalhus,  2019-03-29

On January 14, 2019, a massive carbon monoxide exposure event occurred in a Montreal-area primary school.

David Kaiser,  2019-03-27