Equine National Health Surveillance Network

Purpose

An effective equine surveillance system is essential to protect health and well-being of horses and humans, safeguard the viability of the Canadian herd, ensure movement of horses and continuance of trade, and enhance the prosperity of the Canadian equine industry.

Documents

Title Published Description Tags
EIA, June 9, 2017 reported in Alberta and Manitoba 2017-06-09
Saskatchewan: Update Equine WNV reported cases 27 - 32 2018-09-24 Saskatchewan: Update Equine WNV reported cases 27 - 32 Saskatchewan: Update Equine WNV reported cases 27 - 32
Saskatchewan Equine WNV Case Summaries to August 24 2018 2018-08-24 Saskatchewan Equine WNV Case Summaries to August 24 2018 Saskatchewan Equine WNV Case Summaries to August 24 2018
CFIA Consultation - Proposed National EIA Disease Control Program 2018-05-01 CFIA Consultation - Proposed National EIA Disease Control Program CFIA Consultation - Proposed National EIA Disease Control Program
CAHSS Criteria for Equine Case Identification 2019-01-08 CAHSS Criteria for Equine Case Identification CAHSS Criteria for Equine Case Identification
July EIA cases reported in Alberta and Manitoba by CFIA 2017-07-18
Equine Stakeholder Map August 2019 2019-03-06 Equine Stakeholder Map March 2019 Equine, Stakeholders