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Northern Involvement / Changing Animals Populations -

... Northern Involvement / Changing Animals Populations Transcript: Narrator: ?Caribou country?.  For centuries arctic peoples have relied on migrating animals.  Now the herds are in decline? Don Russell: We suspect this is a natural phenomenon.  It has global implications, and probably

Grey seal

Aug 13, 2019 ... the population. The population has increased from about 5,000 animals in 1960 to an estimated 44,000 animals in 2017. The Sable Island and coastal Nova Scotia populations have increased more rapidly from approximately 2,300 animals in 1960 to an estimated 380,000 animals in 2017. The last population assessment estimated Canadian grey seal population is 424,300. The grey

Surveillance of laboratory-acquired incidents of exposure to human pathogens and toxins: Canada 2018, CCDR 45(9)

Oct 10, 2019 ...) The classification of biological material based on its inherent characteristics, including pathogenicity, virulence, risk of spread and availability of effective prophylactic or therapeutic treatments, that describes the risk to the health of individuals and the public as well as the health of animals and the animal population. Security-sensitive biological agents (SSBAs

Biosafety Directive for New and Emerging Influenza A Viruses

Jul 22, 2019 ..., negative sense, single-stranded RNA.Footnote 2 The four influenza virus types are A, B, C and D. Type C is endemic worldwide and usually associated with mild infections.Footnote 3Footnote 4Footnote 5 Type D was recently identified in animal populations, with no known transmission to humans.Footnote 6 Variants of influenza virus types A and B circulate among

Postexposure prophylaxis and rabid terrestrial animals, CCDR 45(7/8)

Oct 10, 2019 ... to a potentially rabid animal for which RPEP is recommended (regardless of whether it is administered or not) are entered into the integrated Public Health Information System (iPHIS) by the PHU where the client residesFootnote 12. In iPHIS, PHUs are prompted to populate a number of fields with details relating to the incident. These include information about the individual

NEB - Meeting Summary - 20 January 2011 - Moose Kerr School, Aklavik, NT

Aug 28, 2019 ... Caribou are already not as close - have to go farther to hunt If animal and fish populations decrease and there are no jobs, who will give them money because they won't be able to afford to feed themselves A lot of people travel into the ocean and it needs to be kept safe (ie: Shingle Point and Baby Island - whaling, games, nets set) Concluding Remarks and Follow

Science podcasts - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Jun 3, 2019 ..., Research Scientist, Ottawa Laboratory Duration: 11:24 As a research scientist, Susan develops tests for bacteria and viruses. Her work in the Ottawa Laboratory (Fallowfield) helps reduce the impact of diseases, such as rabies, in animal populations and limits the chance of them spreading to people. Dr. Ruojing Wang Dr. Ruojing Wang, Head of the National Seed

Biosecurity Tools - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Sep 4, 2019 ... a disease. Also, evaluate them for disease before they are introduced to the farm population. The evaluation should include examination by trained animal health experts, and may include tests for specific diseases. And it's not just new animals that should be isolated. Animals that have been off the farm, perhaps at fairs and exhibitions, should be segregated before

Tick-borne disease with climate and environmental changes

Oct 17, 2019 ... the dynamics of ticks, their animal hosts and the exposure of ticks to humansFootnote 29Footnote 35. As an historical example, LD emerged in the United States (US) in the 1970s as a consequence of the reforestation of farmland and the consequent increase in the deer populations, which allowed the expansion of the Ixodes scapularis tick populations that were carrying B

Regulatory Proposal PRO2018-01, Consultation on Proposed Regulatory Changes for Pesticide Products Used on Companion Animals

Sep 11, 2019 ... effects. 2. Animal Age and Weight The ages of dogs and cats in reported incidents were compared to the demographics of the cat and dog population in Canada.Footnote 9 The mean age of cats in reported spot-on incidents was 4.7 years, whereas the mean age of cats in the general Canadian population is 5.7 years. There was a higher proportion of young cats in the spot

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