News & Updates

Provincial apiarist reports three new SHB positive locations in Ontario

May 24, 2016

Provincial apiarist, Paul Kozak, report that there are three new SHB positive locations in Ontario.

Ontario bee kills continue: OBA media release

MEDIA RELEASE: MAY 23, 2016 

Ontario Bee Kills Continue

2015 Provincial Apiarist report now available

IMPORTANT: How to identify and report suspected bee poisoning

 

PMRA: 519-826-2895 

More bad news for honeybees: US beekeepers lost nearly half their colonies in the past year

Neonic-treated seed lawsuit moves ahead in US federal court

Defra stands up for bees: No to NFU's neonic application

Nation's (US) beekeepers lost 44% of bees in 2015/16

Beekeepers across the United States lost 44 percent of their honey bee colonies during the year spanning April 2015 to April 2016, according to the

New Research: Neonicotinoids and the prevalence of parasites and diseases in bees

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Graduate Student Opportunities at Raine Pollinator Lab - Universtity of Guelph, Canada

Are you interested in the behaviour, ecology and conservation of pollinators and looking to take on the challenge of an MSc or PhD?

Hives stolen in Victoriaville, Quebec

Quebec beekeeper Jean-Marc Labonte noticed on Wednesday that 180 hives were stolen from a field near Victoriaville, Que., about 150 kilometres no

Position available: Professor of Beekeeping, Niagara College

Applications are invited for a full-time Professor, Agribusiness - Commercial Beekeeping, at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus of Niagara College.

Ortho phasing out chemicals (neonics) that may be killing bees - CBS

Small hive beetle protocols for Ontario and Quebec now available

Cheap imports hurting Canadian honey production: Bee Culture

Right now there are 7000 beekeepers, mostly family farms in Canada who tend to 600,000 hives of hone