Dec. 10, 2018 – Nanaimo's urban forestry coordinator wants to see local bylaws changed to afford better protection to the city's tree canopy. Bylaws were implemented and amended in 1993 and 2013, but the city needs to increase its capacity "to be able to oversee replanting, plant more trees, care for those trees, monitor development and set aside good guidelines for tree retention.”
Dec. 10, 2018 – The Halifax region has lost three ash trees so far to the emerald ash borer and further damage will result in a significant alteration to the aesthetics of the area, the municipality's superintendent of urban forestry says. The eastward-moving insect made its arrival in the area in September.
Canada’s premier horticulture and green industry trade show and conference – Landscape Congress – will be held Jan. 8-10 at the Toronto Congress Centre. The 46th edition of the event will feature more than eight acres of show floor space, three days of educational seminars and workshops, and networking opportunities.
In 2013, 20 members of the Western New York Golf Superintendents Association pulled off a three-point victory over a 20-man team of their counterparts from the Western Ontario Golf Superintendents Association to win a third straight Fall Classic match play championship and take a commanding 9-4 lead in the annual cross-border competition.
A new venue has been selected for the winter conference of the Ontario Golf Superintendents Association following a healthy run in Niagara Falls. The association is moving its annual conference and trade show to Blue Mountain Jan. 15-17.
Dec. 6, 2018 – Officials are hoping to begin construction in the spring on a $1-million upgrade to the track and field at Prince Albert, Sask.'s Churchill Community High School. The new space will include a 400-meter rubberized track surface, a crowned in-field for soccer and football, as well as the enhancement of adjacent fields.
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SIMA 22nd Snow & Ice Symposium
June 25-28, 2019
TPI Summer Convention & Field Days
July 23-25, 2019