University of Toronto News, Sept. 10, 2014, by Dominic Ali and Don Campbell: Dog-strangling vine now invading Canadian cities may meet its match in the Hypena caterpillar.
Autoworldnews.com, Sept. 8, 2014, by Jordan Ecarma: American and Canadian wildlife officials are collaborating to fight an invasion of Asian carp in western Lake Erie with a field exercise planned for this week.
Castanet.net, Sept. 5, 2014, by Ragnar Haagen: The provincial government recently announced they have stepped up inspection enforcement of boats possibly containing either zebra or quagga mussels.
24Hrs Vancouver, Sept. 4, 2014, by Jane Deacon: A lack of co-ordination is leaving Metro Vancouver at serious risk of invasive species — a problem the Invasive Species Council of Metro Vancouver hopes to fight with a new region-wide strategy.
Salmon Arm Observer, Aug. 29, 2014: Invasive species threaten our environment and economy. These species include plants that spread quickly, reduce native biodiversity and can be harmful to human and animal health. The Shuswap Trail Alliance and the Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society are partnering to protect local trails.
ISCBC News Release, August 28, 2014: WILLIAMS LAKE — The Invasive Species Council of BC today applauded actions by Alberta and BC which ensured that boats being moved from Lake Ontario to Victoria last weekend were stopped and inspected for zebra mussels, proving that inter-province cooperation to prevent the spread of aquatic species is working.
Globe and Mail/Canadian Free Press, Aug. 28, 2014: Boaters are being reminded to clean, drain and dry their boats to prevent possible contamination of Alberta’s lakes with zebra mussels.
Winnipeg Free Press, Aug. 29, 2014: The latest weapon in the province’s fight against the spread of zebra mussels is a dog.
CBC News, Sept. 1, 2014: Finding ways to harvest and market the destructive green crab as a delicacy to reduce the crustacean's impact on the local shellfish industry is being investigated by the University of Prince Edward Island.
Directions Magazine, Aug. 28, 2014: The Carbon Project today announced it has been selected to help develop an online data exchange for invasive species monitoring.