Early detection and rapid response are key to preventing the spread of invasive species. Early detection and rapid response increase the likelihood that localized invasive populations can be found, contained and eradicated before they become widely established. It can slow the spread and avoid the need for expensive, long-term control efforts.

Some provinces and territories have reporting systems that allow citizens and groups to report invasive species they come across, as well as join a ‘Spotters Network’; a network of citizens scientists who actively monitor for new invasive species. See below for more detailed information on how to report invasive species in your province or territory or follow the buttons for a quick way to report!


Aquatic Invasive Species

All reports for aquatic invasive species sightings in Manitoba must to be reported to either:

a) online at: https://www.gov.mb.ca/sd/environment_and_biodiversity/invasive_species/fish_and_wildlife/ais_reporting.html


b) by phone (toll-free) at:  1-877-867-2470 (1-87-STOP AIS-0).


Aquatic Invasive Species

Any reports of aquatic invasive species in Saskatchewan should be to the Ministry of Environment’s TIPP line at 1.800.667.7561. For reports of terrestrial invasive species, see the link below.

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