The Lyme Report
The Lyme Report was a bi-monthly subscription email newsletter that was published from June 2019 to October 2020 and focussed on tick and tick-borne illness research in Canada. Twice each month, on the 1st and the 15th, the newsletter was delivered directly to subscribers' email inboxes, bringing them up-to-date information on the latest research being conducted in Canada on Lyme disease, other tick-borne illnesses and, of course, the many intriguing species of ticks that make their home in this country.

Issue Index

  • Issue 1: eTick.ca
  • Issue 2: The Tick Microbiome Initiative
  • Issue 3: Making waves in tick research
  • Issue 4: Mapping Lyme disease risk in Manitoba
  • Issue 5: Lyme disease in the Maritimes
  • Issue 6: The unexpected role of earthworms in the spread of ticks
  • Issue 7: The Canadian Lyme Disease Research Network
  • Issue 8: The psychological impact of Lyme disease on parents
  • Issue 9: The Mount Allison Lyme Research Network
  • Issue 10: Another day, another tick species hits our radar
  • Issue 11: The sweet smell of success
  • Issue 12: Anaplasma makes itself at home
  • Issue 13: Under surveillance
  • Issue 14: Ticks every Canadian should know
  • Issue 15: A Powassan's virus primer
  • Issue 16: Tick-borne illnesses in Canadian horses
  • Issue 17: Lyme disease vaccines
  • Issue 18: Spotlight on Rocky Mountain spotted fever
  • Issue 19: Lyme disease in Canadian children
  • Issue 20: The Infectious Disease and Climate Change Fund
  • Issue 21: Indigenous research in La Belle Province
  • Issue 22: A multi-provincial approach to Lyme
  • Issue 23: Citizen science project expands
  • Issue 24: Taking a bite out of Lyme misdiagnosis
  • Issue 25: Putting strain variation under the microscope
  • Issue 26: The G. Magnotta Lyme Research Lab charts a course for success
  • Issue 27: Predicting the future spread of Lyme disease in Canada
  • Issue 28: The other borreliosis
  • Issue 29: A scientist with a taste for the bizarre
  • Issue 30: The Lyme disease-CFS connection
  • Issue 31: Best practices in Lyme disease treatment
  • Issue 32: Putting Lyme disease in context
  • Issue 33: Leading us into the future