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Monitoring Confirms Whirling Disease in Oldman Watershed

On May 1st, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has declared the Oldman River watershed infected with whirling disease. The province in coordination with parks...

Whirling Disease, Bow River Declared Infected Area

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced on Friday that it has confirmed the presence of whirling disease (infection with Myxobolus cerebralis) in the Bow...

Will BC Drain a Lake to Combat Whirling Disease?

Parks Canada officials are considering draining a lake in Banff National Park (BNP) to prevent the spread of whirling disease. Whirling disease is caused by...

Alberta Invests $12M in Watershed Councils

The Alberta government announced on World Water Day that it will invest nearly $12 million in multi-year grants for watershed planning and advisory councils,...

All Hands on Deck to Keep Invasive Species Out of Alberta

A report by the Alberta Water Council (AWC) recommends seven ways in which Alberta can improve its management of aquatic invasive species (AIS). AIS...

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