CFIA experts are working with colleagues from Natural Resources Canada and the University of Guelph in the fight against a tree-killing pest.
The CFIA has touched Canadians' lives every single day for the last 25 years, whether you’re a traveller, farmer, rancher, gardener, pet owner or grocery shopper.
Not all superheroes wear capes. At the CFIA, we're powered by a brave team of heroes on a mission to keep you safe. Download their trading cards, exchange with your friends, and collect them all!
Many people are surprised to learn that the CFIA inspects ships to stop the spread of invasive species. One thing is for shore: it’s an important job. Let me explain why.
Raised in Ottawa, I was privileged from a very young age with easy access to the natural world. Here’s how I followed my own trail towards working for Canada’s largest science-based regulator.
Here's how we inspect to protect you, your family, the environment and the economy.
As the world's largest blueberry producer, Canada will soon welcome a scientist from the UK on a fruitful mission. Here's how both countries will work together to fend off invasive species.
Invasive species threaten our ecosystems and economy…and reproduce rapidly! That's why the CFIA is bringing digital tools into the wild to track them.
Famous for their aroma, Canadian Christmas trees are sold in the millions across the world. In this podcast, we branch out into the industry through the lens of a Nova Scotian tree inspector.
How does information collected through public opinion research help the CFIA to serve you better?
If you're stocking up on firewood to keep warm this winter, buy it where you'll burn it to prevent the spread of plant pests.
Canada is working hard to understand the genetic basis of invasive species and diseases so it can develop tools to detect and combat these enemies.
Did you know that the CFIA works to safeguard the health of Canada's plants? One of our experts shares how her passion for nature and study of insects led to working with the agency.
Scientists have released 100,000 wasps into the wild. Will they be able to save our ash trees? In this podcast, an entomologist explains the fascinating science of biological control agents.
Tent…check. Sleeping bag…check. S'mores…check! Before you head out on your next adventure, check out these important tips to help protect yourself and the environment.
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