Efforts to reduce the population of an insect that is harmful to trees have proven to be successful on the province’s west coast. English only To read more...

Over the last two years, millions of moths took to the skies above the cold waters of Atlantic Canada, flying a treacherous journey across the Gulf of St. Lawrence from sunset until dawn. English Only To read more...

The province says it will spend $40 million over the next four years to combat outbreaks of pesky budworms that feast on spruce and jack pine trees across Northern Ontario. English only To read more...

Verso Corp. paper mill in Duluth, now closed, bought a lot of spruce and balsam firs to make 300,000 tons of paper yearly. English only To read more...

The spruce budworm population on the island’s west coast has seen an increase over the last year according to researchers. English only To read more...