Canadian Bio Services
Canadian Bio Services is qualified group of entomologists (mosquito experts), biologists, forestry engineers, photo-interpreters, geomorphologists, town planners, spray pilots and technicians. One of our main concerns is to carry out biological mosquitoes and black flies control projects with very high standards and to make these ecological programs more accessible to communities through out Canada.
We are the exclusive distributor of the Aquabac product in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Our team stands apart due to a diverse clientele, the quality of the projects that have been accomplish, the expertise of our professional and technical staffs, as well as our commitment to a dynamic and technical approach to a Quality Management System.
An effective ecological control program for insect populations depends on a variety of abilities and a good technical knowledge. The key to success lies in the quality of the samples used and a persistent larva populations surveillance.
Biological control of mosquitos larva populations is viewed as the most ecological and effective way of reducing nuisance and the risk of West Nile Virus propagation by taking action before the emergence of flying adults, the only virus vector to human. A biological control program fits perfectly an ecological management approach of natural resources.
By air or ground, Canadian Bio Services works under safe and respectfull conditions of health and environment using graduated and balanced measurements of interventions. Our association in Manitoba with Ken Kane Aerial Spray gives us the latitude of using an aerial portion on our mandates (spreading of larvicide or if ever need for the use of spraying with adulticides). Ken Kane owns the largest fleet of modern spray planes in Canada, (18 aircrafts) and operates several bases over Canada.
Area of Responsibility:
Domestic Sales & Marketing, Export Sales & Marketing, Management Executive, Finance/Accounting, Customer Service, Research/Development/Engineering, Government Relations
Biological Control Of Biting Insects