CCDR: Volume 44-10, October 4, 2018: Climate change and Lyme disease

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Surveillance
The continued rise of Lyme disease in Ontario, Canada: 2017
MP Nelder, S Wijayasri, CB Russell, KO Johnson, A Marchand‑Austin, K Cronin, S Johnson, T Badiani, SN Patel, D Sider

Ixodes scapularis tick distribution and infection rates in Ottawa, Ontario, 2017
M Kulkarni, R Kryuchkov, A Statculescu, C Thickstun, A Dibernardo, L Lindsay, B Talbot

Scoping review
A scoping review of Lyme disease research relevant to public health
JD Greig, I Young, S Harding, M Mascarenhas, LA Waddell

Web exclusive
A scoping review of Lyme disease research relevant to public health – Supplementary References
JD Greig, I Young, S Harding, M Mascarenhas, LA Waddell

Outbreak reports
Results of a population screening intervention for tuberculosis in a Nunavik village, Quebec, 2015–2016
R Dion, M Brisson, JF Proulx, H Zoungrana

Outbreak of Salmonella Chailey infections linked to precut coconut pieces — United States and Canada, 2017
S Luna, M Taylor, E Galanis, R Asplin, J Huffman, D Wagner, L Hoang, A Paccagnella, S Shelton, S Ladd‑Wilson, S Seelman, B Whitney, E Elliot, R Atkinson, K Marshall, C Basler

News from the agency
Advancing knowledge and increasing capacity to address climate-driven infectious diseases in Canada
C Lee-Fuller, A Magnan, S Pharand

Correction
Correction for Can Commun Dis Rep Supplement 2018;44(9)

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