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Jan. 22, 2019 – Dog owners in Kelowna want to have an area at Marshall Field designated for off-leash use, but users of the sports field are concerned about free running dogs doing their business on the field without it being cleaned up.
Jan. 22, 2019 – A class action suit launched in Canada against eight manufacturers of lawn mowers has resulted in a settlement of $7.5 million. The suit alleged the manufacturers conspired to make their products sound more powerful in order to justify charging customers more money.
Jan. 22, 2019 – A Vancouver Parks Board commissioner wants the city to enact a bylaw that will outlaw gas-powered landscaping equipment in favour of electric-powered tools. He says it's both a pollution and noise issue.
By Vineland Research StationJan. 18, 2019 – Vineland has been identifying methods and creating new technologies to help tree propagators grow seedlings with better root quality.
Jan. 17, 2019 – A $225,000 from Pembina Pipeline Corporation has been made to Tree Canada to help schools and neighbourhoods green up their properties. "This type of partnership is crucial in benefiting schools and communities by growing better places to live, work and play.” Michael Rosen, president of Tree Canada, said.
Jan. 17, 2019 – Snow fencing has been installed at The Bridges at Tillsonburg golf course to protect a green and bunker located at the bottom of a popular toboggan hill. The bunker at the southern Ontario golf course had been used as a ramp by toboganning enthusiasts, causing damage to the lip. The fencing, installed by the town's department of recreation, culture and parks, has been cut on at least two occasions by toboganners who want access to the "ramp."
Jan. 16, 2019 – Landscapers are among a number of professionals encouraged to attend the Erosion and Sediment Control for Near-Water and In-Water Works Symposium in Fenelon Falls, Ont. on Feb. 28. The free event is aimed at those who work in and around water and would like to hear from industry professionals on issues, challenges and success stories regarding erosion and sediment control.
Jan. 14, 2019 – David Kennedy, superintendent at the Vancouver Golf Club, passed away on New Year's Eve at the age of 54. He had been in ill health the past two years.
Jan. 14, 2019 – Winnipeg's ash trees will be injected this summer with an insecticide designed to kill the emerald ash borer larvae inside the tree trunks. The plan is to kill off enough larvae to allow the trees to survive until the intensity of Winnipeg's ash-borer infestation subsides, something that's expected over the course of several years.
Jan. 11, 2019 – Plans to build a new high school football field in East Vancouver have resulted in some confusion among neighbouring residents. Much of the confusion stems around the term "stadium," giving impression the project will be much more significant than it actually is.
Jan. 10, 2019 – The new year has brought new information to light regarding the ongoing saga of the Glen Abbey Golf Club. The Town of Oakville's website says the town's motion requesting an order that the hearing on the Glen Abbey development applications be phased will be heard at Town Hall on March 27.
Jan. 10, 2019 – A massive cleanup of the Mount Brenton Golf Course in Chemainus. B.C. was undertaken by staff and club members on Wednesday, who tidied up broken tree limbs and other debris caused by a strong wind storm on Dec. 20. The back nine still remains closed for play.
Jan. 8, 2019 – Netting on soccer goals will be removed during the off-season in the City of Hamilton after a deer became hopelessly entangled in a net on Sunday and had to be euthanized afterward. A wildlife rescue organization has recommended all municipalities remove netting from soccer goals during times when it is not needed.
Jan. 7, 2019 – The Simcoe, Ont. Lawn Bowling Club will be facing a number of challenges this summer as scheduled repair work to an abutting street threatens to disrupt its irrigation supply as well as possibly spew dust onto the pitch, create ground tremors and emit noise. The club is particularly concerned with a lack of parking while the work is being done, something that could prove difficult during major tournaments.
Jan. 4, 2019 – Will suspicions of a pending move of baseball diamonds from Cornwall, Ont.'s Legion Park adversely affect the city's minor baseball program? Talk of new development along the city's waterfront – including at Legion Park – continues to be heard and could adversely affect the local baseball program if building plans should become a reality.

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