July 2015

The buzz on pollinators to be discussed at University of Guelph: Guelph Mercury

GUELPH— The health of bees and other issues related to pollinators and agriculture will be discussed at an upcoming event at

Guelph professor and bee researcher responds to Wente column

To the Editor of the Globe and Mail:

G&M: "Bees. Poisoned" Letter to editor: Tibor Szabo

Come to the expert panel on bee health Aug. 12. Open to all at no charge.

New research: Neonicotinoid-coated Zea may seeds (corn) indirectly affect honeybee performance and pathogen susceptibility in field trials.


Thirty-two honeybee (Apis mellifera) colonies were studied in order to detect and mea

Ottawa Citizen: Buzz kill: why no one is happy with Ontario's plan

OBA Media Release: Ontario winter losses three times the average of other provinces. Again

Bees are harbingers of environmental change: Hamilton Spectator

EAS15Guelph is ready to rock 'n roll! Come to the expert panel on Wed. night free. Read more here.

CropLife Canada out of touch with beekeepers: Waterloo Region Record

Waterloo Region Record

Beekeepers, grain farmers at odds over move to restrict neonics: Norfolk News


EAS Journal now available