LOCATION CORRECTION: The Symposium tomorrow, Saturday October 14th, is being held on KPU LANGLEY Campus, NOT SURREY! Spread the word! Apologies for the inconvenience.
The AGM of ESBC will be held at the University of the Fraser Valley in Abbotsford, BC, on Friday, October 13th, 2017, and the Symposium will be held at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Surrey, BC, on Saturday, October 14th, 2017. Early bird registration
More information is available regarding the the Entomological Society of British Columbia’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Symposium, including: a map of the locations a draft schedule for Friday’s AGM a final schedule for Saturday’s Biological Control Symposium. More information
The Entomological Society of British Columbia’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Symposium starts NEXT WEEK! Early bird registration is still available until October 9th! Slots are still open for presentations – due October 9th! This years theme is “Biological
Three travel awards, one for each of SK, AB, & BC in 2017; with a maximum value of $750.00 based on a travel budget submitted by the graduate student applicant. A graduate student applying for a Travel Award must
ICMS Scholarship in Insect Pest Management – due October 2, 2017. For more information, see details here.
The latest issue of our newsletter, Boreus, is now available! >> Boreus 37(1) Check out past issues at http://entsocbc.ca/publications/boreus-newsletter/
Joint Meeting of the Entomological Societies of Canada and Manitoba. Located at the Fairmont Winnipeg Hotel in Winnipeg, Manitoba from 22-25 of October 2017 Paper submission deadline is 31 July 2017! Early registration deadline is 11 September 2017!
Boreus, the ESBC Newsletter, will be published at the end of June 2017! We encourage entries of photos, reports, any entomological news, obituaries of entomologists, and anything else of an entomological nature to be submitted to email@example.com. Submissions are welcome until 15 June
A new book has been published by the Biological Survey of Canada (BSC) namely, “A Handbook to the Ticks of Canada” by Lindquist et al. See flier for more details. Ticks are an important part of Canadian biodiversity and are also of significant