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Tick Population Growing In Province

For a long time, the official word on black legged deer ticks in New Brunswick was - there really aren't enough to worry about. Now that's changed. The provincial department of health is putting up posters warning about Lyme Disease. Robbin Lindsay is a research scientist with the Public Health Agency of Canada and an expert on ticks.


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