This past year was challenging for everyone, and I am sure we are all wanting to put it behind us. Before we close the book on 2020 I would like to reflect on the many accomplishments that the CPMA was able to achieve. Read more >
Below you will find an archive of past CPMA e-newsletters. CPMA Newsletter - August 2015 Pest Management Canada 2016: Call for SpeakersBat Bites in Southern Alberta Prompt Rabies Warning What Does It Take to Get QualityPro... read more >
Voting is now open for the CPMA Board of Directors election. You will be voting for the position of CPMA President-Elect, this person will serve as CPMA President-Elect, the President for two years and then Past President. You have three tremendous candidates to choose from. Please take a moment to read through each candidate's statements before proceeding to vote. One vote per member company is allowed. Voting closes Friday, February 23rd at 5:00 EST.
Last year, CPMA leadership took action to mitigate the loss of FICAM for wasp control. Allied Members with suitable replacement dust products were asked by CPMA to submit data to add wasps to their currently registered labels.... read more >
On February 22, 2012, the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) sent the Minister of the Environment emergency assessments for three bat species at risk (Northern Myotis (Myotis septentrionalis), Little Brown... read more >
After numerous discussions and personal meetings with representatives of the Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA), we are now in a position to distribute our position statement regarding the recent re-evaluation of rodenticides in... read more >
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