March 1, 2018
When a member of Canada’s Armed Forces falls in combat, his or her final journey is along the Highway of Heroes from CFB Trenton to the Coroner’s Office in Toronto. The Highway of Heroes Living Tribute’s mission is to plant two million trees in the communities along the Highway of Heroes (Hwy. 401) as a tribute to the men and women who served Canada during wartime and as a living memorial to the 117,000 who died. While honouring the military, the HOHLT campaign also helps beautify the most travelled highway in North America, and helps cool the environment.

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Landscape Ontario is a proud supporter of the Highway of Heroes Living Tribute, and its member companies have been instrumental by lending their skills, expertise, equipment and time to the tree planting campaign.

Thank you Landscape Ontario professional members:
Wentworth Landscapes, Lloyd’s Landscaping, Hank Deenan Landscaping, B.K. Baun Landscaping, Durham Landscape Supply, Direct Landscape Supply, Arnts Loam Supply, Wintermere Sod, Brydon Landscaping, Timm Enterprises, Dutchmaster Nurseries, Canadian Greenscapes, The Grounds Guys – Toronto, Connon NVK Nurseries, Hill County Property Services, Vineland Research and Innovation Centre, OJ Müller Landscape Contractor, Kobes Nurseries, Alcock Nurseries, Uxbridge Nurseries, Somerville Seedlings, Garden City Groundskeeping Services.

Special thanks to Landscape Ontario member Genoscape Inc. for creating the Highway of Heroes feature display for the 2018 Canada Blooms flower and garden festival at the Enercare Centre in Toronto, Ont.