Estimated number of birds in flocks impacted by highly pathogenic avian influenza in Canada 2021 to 2022
This table lists the estimated number of birds in flocks impacted by highly pathogenic avian influenza by province. We update this information weekly by end of day Thursday with data up to and including the previous Wednesday.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is currently responding to detections of highly pathogenic avian influenza in several provinces. More information on current and recent investigations by province is also available.
Current as of: 2022-05-12
|Province||Number of infected premises (current IPs)||Number of previously infected premises (released IPs)||Flock type(s)||Estimated number of birds impacted|
|Alberta||24||0||Commercial and small flocks (poultry and non-poultry)||937,000|
|British Columbia||8||0||Commercial and small flocks (poultry and non-poultry)||54,000|
|New Brunswick||1||0||Small flocks (poultry)||<100|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||0||2||Small flocks (non-poultry)||400|
|Nova Scotia||2||2||Commercial flocks (poultry) and small flocks (non-poultry)||12,000|
|Ontario||25||0||Commercial and small flocks (poultry and non-poultry)||470,000|
|Quebec||7||0||Commercial and small flocks (poultry)||216,000|
|Saskatchewan||8||0||Commercial and small flocks (poultry and non-poultry)||118,000|
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