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4th Annual Invasive Species Conference

February 12 2019

Join leaders from across Canada to improve coordination and information sharing on invasive species prevention and management. 

4th Annual Invasive Species Conference »

Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference

October 16 2018

Mayo Civic Centre, Rochester MN 

The 2018 Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference will be a Joint Conference with the North American Invasive Species Management Association ​October 15-18, 2017 at the Mayo Civic Centre in Rochester MN. More information here.

Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference »

National Invasive Alien Species Workshop - Summary Report, February 2016

June 26 2018

A National Invasive Alien Species Workshop was held in Ottawa on February 25, 2016. This report summarizes the main points discussed about the priorities for collaborative actions to improve invasive alien species prevention and management in Canada.

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National Factsheet on Giant Hogweed (PDF)

June 26 2018

Giant hogweed is a large, highly toxic invasive plant that can cause severe skin burns when touched. Popular in horticulture, Giant hogweed is an invasive species of national concern. Learn how to properly identify and report this species with this factsheet. Thank you for taking action to help prevent the introduction and spread of Giant hogweed.

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Reports

June 26 2018

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June 26 2018

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May 7 2018

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May 7 2018

Learn about invasive horticultural plants, how to prevent their spread and how to prevent the introduction of "high-risk" new invasive horticultural plants.

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May 7 2018

Our national Taking Action programs depend on support by various partners and sponsors from across Canada. 

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Partners and Sponsors

May 7 2018

The Canadian Council on Invasive Species would not be successful without the generous support from our partners and sponsors.

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April 23 2018

The Canadian Council on Invasive Species is a not-for-profit organization and your support helps respond to the threat of invasive species across Canada. Your donation contributes to: The protection of Canada's ecosystemsm economy, society and recreational opportunities Coordinated responses to established and emerging invasive species The awareness of invasive species and methods of preventing and controlling their spread. Your donation will help our team of staff, working groups and Board of Directors, continue to create National Taking Action programs, educational resources, Best Management Practices and workshops to inform stakeholders how to prevent the spread of invasive species.  Donate »

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April 23 2018

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