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Poulin's Pest Control Winnipeg
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Our website was recently overhauled! Check out the new site: https://www.poulins.ca/ #websitelaunch #newwebsite Let us know what you think!
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There are two main groups of wasps that we find here in Canada: social and solitary. Solitary wasps remain mainly on their own except to breed, whereas social wasps are found in a colony consisting of a queen, male drones and sterile female workers. Our latest blog explores the different types of wasps you will find in Canada: http://ow.ly/Cpp130l25Zv
Wasps in Canada
Wasps in Canada
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HAPPY RAT CATCHERS DAY!!

According to the folktale, residents of the German town of Hamelin hired a strangely dressed man to rid their village of rats by playing his flute. Upon finishing the task, the townsfolk refused to pay — so the Pied Piper returned, again played his flute while the children followed him, and he then disappeared with them all.

We want to take this time to thank all of our awesome pest management professionals (aka rat catchers!) for all their hard work!! We wouldn't be here without the dedication and professionalism that you bring to work everyday!

#ratcatchersday #nationalratcatchersday http://ow.ly/i/H3Dul http://ow.ly/i/H3Dva http://ow.ly/i/H3Dw2 http://ow.ly/i/H3DqV http://ow.ly/i/H3Dwf http://ow.ly/i/H3Dxq
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Our offices & stores are closed on Monday, July 2! We are open again first thing Tuesday morning.
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Now that summer is upon us and camping season is in full swing, we wanted to give you our list of five items that you will need to bring to your campsite. Depending on your needs or preferences, a combo of the items below or even all of the items will help ensure that your camping experience is pest free! The last thing you want to do is spend your long weekend with wasps hovering around your picnic table, ticks crawling up your legs, and mosquitoes feasting on your blood. 5 Pest Control Items To Bring To Your Campsite: http://ow.ly/Fc2Y30kFRTX
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Today marks the first day of Summer, this is the longest day of the year - so get out there and enjoy the sun! Unfortunately, many pests also love this weather. We asked our Facebook friends what their most hated summertime pest is.. Here are the Top 5 results as voted by you!
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Who run the world?!

(photo credit: CaPro, Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA 3.0)
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Congrats to Bob at our Winnipeg Branch for hitting 10 Years with Poulin's Pest Control!! Thank you for your dedication and all the hard work you put into Poulin's, cheers to the next ten years!! #thankyou #wpgjobs
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How do I know if I have voles? Voles are small rodents (6 inches in length or so) that are often mistaken for their rodent cousins, mice and moles. Voles have an ability to do significant damage to your lawn and garden, because they’re very resilient creatures that eat just about any plant material they come into contact with. Find out how to identify voles here: http://ow.ly/fXry30k8htl
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Did you know that the American dog tick does not survive indoors for long and is seldom a problem in structures except when it occasionally falls off an infested pet. It cannot complete its life cycle indoors. If ticks are found inside, most of them can be removed by vacuuming, and the remainder controlled by applying a residual spray or dust in the areas frequented by the dog. Ticks on the pet should be treated on the same day.
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