July 2021Previous Issues
Toronto Chapter Bursary supports worthy community projects
Toronto Chapter of Landscape Ontario provides helps foster the growth of small community-based green projects.
Mandating COVID-19 vaccines in the workplace
A look at whether employers can require their employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Live Congress trade show to return in 2022
Congress Redefined is scheduled for January 11-13, 2022 at the Toronto Congress Centre.
In Memoriam — Stan Gorczyca
Stan Gorczyca, owner of Tidy Garden Landscaping in Mississauga, Ont., passed away peacefully at the age of 63.
Master water features with Randy Tumber
The Water Feature Master Class is a series of four pre-recorded YouTube videos.
Snowposium goes virtual this September
Annual snow and ice conference will return in a virtual format Sept. 16, 2021.
Canada Blooms celebrates 25th anniversary with a special-edition magazine
Digital edition magazine released this spring.
USDA closes border to boxwood shipments from Canada
Restrictions in place to prevent introduction of box tree moth (Cydalima perspectalis) into the United States.
Box Tree Moth Best Management Practices for Growers
Download the latest Box Tree Moth Best Management Practices developed by CNLA, LO, OMAFRA and the University of Guelph.
Vineland releases Aurora Borealis rose
Latest addition to 49th Parallel Collection is now widely available at garden centres across Canada.
Boost your bottom line while keeping your team safe
WSIB gave back over $3.2 million in rebates this quarter through the Health and Safety Excellence program.
Ontario makes it easier to report polluters
New online tool allows public to report incidents of pollution in real-time from a smartphone.
In Memoriam — James St. Marie
James Anthony St. Marie passed away peacefully in Burlington, Ont., on March 24, 2021 at the age of 91.