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Recent Releases from Ontario Beekeepers Association

Ontario beekeepers experience overwhelming losses

Published Wed, 16 May 2018 10:35:12 EST Read More

Media Release: Milton, Ontario - May 16, 2018 When Ontario’s beekeepers opened their hives this spring, they found nothing but bad news for beekeepers, as well as for the vegetable and fruit growers who depend on bees for pollination. The recent Ontario Beekeepers’ Association survey of almost 900 beekeepers indicated that seven out of 10 Ontario beekeepers suffered unsustainable losses. Most worrisome, almost one in three (32%) beekeepers reported colony losses of 70% or more. ...... Click here to read this release



Pesticide manufacturers get an early Christmas present from Health Canada

Published Thu, 21 Dec 2017 11:08:50 EST Read More

Milton, Ontario - December 21, 2017 In announcing their Proposed Pollinator Decisions yesterday, Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) opted against bees in favour of pesticide manufacturers. PMRA intends to continue registration of two widely-used neonicotinoids, stating that the current risk to bees from seed application of Clothianidin and Thiamethoxam on corn and soy is acceptable. PMRA’s decision goes against overwhelming scientific evidence showing acute...... Click here to read this release