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Climate Watch Shorts: Why ticks are moving north

Summer tick season used to be a problem only in the southern part of Ontario, but tick populations are moving north as the climate grows warmer. A parasitologist at the Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph explains how this migration is affecting people and their pets.

Watch the video here.

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October 21, 2023

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