What's tipping honeybee populations into huge annua
by Kris Svela
By Katie Hartai
Recent declines in honey bee populations and increasing demand for insect-pollinated crops raise concerns about pollinator sh
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Farmers Need All the Facts about Pesticides and Bees
By Matt Moir, CBC News
We thought this was such a good letter from Robert Ferguson, M.Sc., R.P. Bio (Ret) from Marmora that we wanted to share it. Thanks, Robert!
By Dave Goulson, published in the Journal of Applied Ecology 2013
Larry Miller, MP for Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound, is calling on Health Canada to act as quickly as possible on a re-evaluation of the Neonicotinoids pest
THIS PETITION IS NOW CLOSED.
AFP - The European Union on Tuesday restricted the use of the insecticide
Friday, 12 July 2013 05:58 By Stephen Vance, Staff Editorial
Over the past few springs Ontario honey bee
Now is the time of year when bees buzz from flower to flower.
Milton, Ontario, July 9, 2013: The Ontario Beekeepers’ Association (OBA) congratulates the Government of Ontario on their initiative to fo
Beekeeper John Van Blyderveen is troubled by the silence in his laneway in Ontario's Oxford County.
The following Ontario regulations will be in effect as of July 1, 2013.
By Amanda Brodhagen, Farms.com
Once upon a time all honeybees had to worry about were silly old bears.
David Schuit routinely watches his employees die.
EFSA has published guidance for assessing the potential risks to honey bees, bumble bees and solitary bees from the use of pesti
Beekeepers in Ontario and Quebec are calling for a ban on a commonly used pesticide they believe is killing their bees.
Shortly after 50,000 bees were found dead in an Oregon parking lot (read more
In 2008 I did a story for Rogers TV about a honeybee queen breeding business near Arkell south of Guelph operated by Tibor S
The Federation des apiculteurs du Quebec and the Ontario Beekeepers Association have issued a
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