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LO member’s snow delivery for Christmas is TV hit
Landscape Ontario became part of a cute Christmas story in Toronto.
Major changes to Green for Life Garden expected to create a super wow factor
Landscape Ontario will be front and centre when the 2011 edition of Canada Blooms opens its doors from Mar. 16 to 20.
Toronto Chapter Green for Life initiative will provide garden at Sick Kids Hospital
Patients at Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto will have the opportunity to experience the joy of being in a garden, thanks to the efforts of the Toronto Chapter.
Members braved snow and traffic to participate in LO AGM
Despite snow and traffic, LO members showed their pride and sense of duty at the Jan. 12 Annual General Meeting held at the Doubletree by Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel.
Students to display skills at Canada Blooms
Post-secondary teams from across the province will showcase their landscaping skills at Canada Blooms this March.
Sheridan Nurseries loses former president
After a brief illness, Howard Herman Stensson passed away in his sleep on Jan. 16, at the age of 98.
Guidelines published for rainwater harvesting
The recently published Ontario Guidelines for Residential Rainwater Harvesting (RWH) Systems are the first of its kind in the province.
Nematodes found in Canadian study could be the answer to resolving EAB problem
An indigenous nematode species, that apparently paralyzes and kills emerald ash borer (EAB) by injecting either a bacteria or a toxic substance, has been found in old outbreak sites in Ontario.
A new energy for green industry revealed at Congress 2011
A new level of energy is the best way to describe Congress 2011.
Visitors tell us their thoughts on Congress 2011
We asked some visitors to Congress 2011 their impressions of the event and what they hoped to find there.
Over 600 enjoy Oscar-style Awards show
The annual Awards of Excellence has truly become the Oscars of Ontario’s landscape industry.
Congress 2011 Volunteers
Landscape Ontario extends a grateful thank you to the many volunteers who gave generously of their time to help make Congress 2011 a success.