Climate change, constant construction and untidy garbage collection some of the reasons behind the rodents thriving in the city.
It’s a fine time to be a rat in Toronto.
The city’s rodent population is on the rise and shows no sign of slowing down, say pest-control professionals.
“The volume of calls we’re receiving now, I’d say it’s maybe double what we were getting last year,” said Avery Addison, who owns Addison Pest Control in downtown Toronto. “I also think these rats are becoming cleverer and sneakier with their defence mechanisms. Especially the older ones are really good at avoiding traps.” Continue reading >