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Canada's Bed Bug Problem Worsening, Experts Say

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Bed bugs are multiplying in record numbers in cities and smaller communities across Canada, CTN News reports.

| July 22, 2014

Bed bugs are multiplying in record numbers in cities and smaller communities across Canada, CTV News reports.

Pest control experts say the frequency of bed bug reports has shot up 20 per cent since last year, as the blood-sucking, rapidly-reproducing insects have continued to spread. Mike Heimbach of Abell Pest Control says that increase has been a steady, "compounding growth" in the last six years. And it shows no sign of letting up.

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Source: CTV News
 

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