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Bedbugs put to rest after discovery by SFU scientists
on Monday, December 22, 2014 by The Globe and Mail
After more than 180,000 bedbug bites, biologist Regine Gries hopes she?s drained the life out of the global bedbug epidemic.
Bedbugs In Toronto - Canada AM
on Thursday, July 29, 2010 by Admin
Rat population on the rise across the city: experts
on Wednesday, August 19, 2009 by Shauna Hunt and 680News staff
Toronto''s rat population has doubled due to the garbage that piled up during the recent city workers'' strike, according to some pest control experts. And when the temperature drops, they will need a warm place to stay.
Strike sparks rat baby boom
on Tuesday, July 21, 2009 by DON PEAT, SUN MEDIA
Those dirty rats should be giving birth to their first litters of babies since the garbage buffet opened when civic workers walked off the job a month ago.

Paolo Bossio, owner and operator of Advantage Pest Control, said the city's rats -- feasting and living within all those piles of strike garbage -- are guaranteed to have a shorter gestation period and should already be popping out the babies.
Rats! Exterminators warn of problems after the strike
on Friday, July 17, 2009 by Melissa Leong
Toronto public health officials say that the city is monitoring dumps for pests and that they have not seen an increase in rat or mice complaints. But according to exterminators, the real problems will come when the civic workers' strike is over. Paolo Bossio who operates Advantage Pest Control Inc., say that in the weeks following the 2002 strike, his company was flooded with calls about vermin. He spoke to the Post about critter-proofing your home.
Population of Rats going to `explode`
on Friday, June 26, 2009 by Admin
Rats need two things, they need food and harbourage, so when you can create food and harbourage in the same location, you've now created the ideal environment.
Population of rats going to `explode`
on Friday, June 26, 2009 by DON PEAT, SUN MEDIA
As the City of Toronto prepares to start stockpiling residents' garbage in parks and parking lots, exterminators are warning the rat population is going to explode.

Advantage Pest Control president Art Bossio told the Sun yesterday the piles of sun-baked garbage will provide heated homes and hot meals for the city's rat population.
Pest control expert warns of explosion of rats
on Wednesday, June 24, 2009 by Kevin Misener
As the City of Toronto prepares to announce 19 temporary dump sites on Thursday, one expert has said rats, mice and other vermin can't wait to dig in.

"Mice and rats will start to move in almost immediately, basically as soon as you put food down anywhere and there is access that the rats can smell it, they'll find it," Art Bossio, owner of Advantage Pest Control, told 680 News.
Toronto to hold conference on bed bug problem
on Thursday, May 15, 2008 by toronto.ctv.ca
Toronto Public Health will host its first conference on bed bugs on Monday in an effort to get a handle on the growing creepy-crawly problem.

Health experts, pest control operators and landlords will attend the conference at Metro Hall, but the event is not open to the public...
Best & Worst: Fighting the city''s bed bugs
on Monday, November 19, 2007 by Melissa Leong
I know. I have been itchy too. The city is suffering from collective phantom prickles because of all the bedbug chatter. To be one with the people, click here for heebie-jeebies. Exterminators say they are getting up to 10 calls a day about the insects, compared to a few a month five years ago. Yucky.
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