Gypsy moths are causing havoc in Eastern Ontario make an appearance on the Quebec side of the Ottawa River.
Gypsy moths are not new to the Outaouais. Scientists studied them as far back as the 1930s in Quebec. With increasing infestations in Ontario’s Lanark and Renfrew counties, the Ottawa river does not. . .
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