The Public Health Agency of Canada posts information related to West Nile Virus in Canada. In 2016, 104 human clinical cases of West Nile Virus were reported. The map of clinical cases of West Nile Virus in Canada in 2017 is updated through the summer and two cases of viral West Nile have been reported so far (as of July 22, 2017). Both cases were reported from Ontario (in Timiskaming and Windsor-Essex).
The Public Health Agency of Canada also monitors and posts updates on the status of WNV in Mosquitoes. As of July 22, 2017, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan have reports of positive mosquito pools of West Nile Virus. A total of 47 positive mosquito pools have been found:
- 33 from Ontario [Peel Regional (5), Toronto (6), Halton(5), Haliburton-Kwartha-Pine Ridge District(1), Simcoe Muskoka District (1), Windsor-Essex County (6), Eastern Ontario (1), Durham Reginal (1), Hamilton (1), Haliburton-Kawarta-Pine Ridge district (1), Hastings and Prince Edward Countries (2), and York Regional (3)];
- 11 from Manitoba [(Winnipeg (3), Southern (2), Interlake eastern (1), and Prairie Mountain(5)];
- 2 from Quebec [Montérégie (1), Laval (1)], and
- 1 from Saskatchewan.