News in Review Foot-and-mouth: A Transborder Crisis

News in Review Foot-and-mouth: A Transborder Crisis

In this story we examine the economic, political, inter-governmental and personal implications of the outbreak of this disease and the frightening capability of foot-and-mouth to spread across national borders. The story also involves disciplines and areas of study such as biology, immunology, global marketplaces, farm management and tourism. As Canadians, we have been affected by the spread of the disease in many ways and the news event itself has served as a reminder of the need for careful monitoring and regulation of Canadian food-based industries that are dependent on imports.

  • 2001
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April 2001
Foot-and-mouth disease [LCSH] Foot-and-mouth disease -- Great Britain [LCSH] Foot-and-mouth disease -- Prevention [LCSH] Veterinary virology [LCSH] Health education [LCSH] Science [LCSH] Biology [LCSH] Agricultural education [LCSH] Tourism [LCSH]
Knowlton Nash (Host), Ann MacMillan (Journalist), Paul Workman (Journalist), Kelly Crowe (Journalist), Don Murray (Journalist)
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