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ARBOVIRUSES OF VETERINARY IMPORTANCE IN CANADA Western Equine Encephalitis The first definite recognition of 'WEE virus in Canada occurred in 1935 when virus was isolated from horse brain (Fulton, 1938). Prior to this time diseases of horses likely due to WEE virus occurred in western Canada and were described by such terms as forage poisoning, corn-stalk disease, sleeping sickness, blind staggers and cerebrospinal meniingitis. 56 Harvey Artsob and Leslie Spence Horse outbreaks due to WEE virus have been documented in Canada since 1935 with cases observed mainly in the prairie provinces, especially Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, but also in western Ontario and British Columbia.
Powassan Isolations of Powassan (P0W) virus have been made in Ontario from human brain (McLean and Donohue, 1959), tick pools (McLean and Bryce Larke, 1963; McLean et a l . , 1964b, 1966, 1967), squirrel blood (McLean and Bryce Larke, 1963) and groundhog blood (McLean et a l . , 1964b). , 1976), Alberta (Hoff et a l . , 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971). , 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964a, b, 1967, 1968, 1969; McLean and Bryce Larke, 1963), chipmunks (McLean et a l . , 1964a), and woodchucks (McLean et a l . , 1964a) McLean and co-workers undertook studies of the natural cycle of POW virus in northern Ontario and presented evidence to implicate the red squirrel T.
Arctic and Tropical Arboviruses by Edouard Kurstak