July 2014Previous Issues
City honours Ottawa Chapter on Garden Days
Volunteering time, experience and materials to beautify and maintain public gardens is a regular activity for members of the Ottawa Chapter.
Caledon landscape blitz beautifies Bethell Hospice
Saturday morning effort enhanced the gardens with over $40,000 worth of work from about 30 volunteers.
Perry Molema garden opens to the public
Garden honouring the man who spent his life sharing his passion for water gardening was officially opened in downtown Chatham.
See latest plants at Trial Garden open house
Opportunity to view up close how the annuals and perennials performed this year.
Van Dongen family business improves with each generation
For three generations, the Van Dongen family has been in the business of enhancing people’s lives.
Jeff’s Lawn Care celebrates 20 years of success
Employees surprise owner with anniversary celebration.
Show your stuff at Awards of Excellence
Members can enter projects in this year's awards competition.
Build a garden at Canada Blooms 2015
Create a space that will inspire over 200,000 garden enthusiasts.
Letter To The Editor
Changes coming for Joint Health and Safety Committee Training
Changes expected to be implemented in early 2015.
Dig Safe Expo coming to LO
Sept. 18 event to include information sessions, interactive demos and friendly competition.
Canada Blooms names new general manager
Terry Caddo brings experience in management, marketing, sales, communications and more.
Fines handed out for not registering with WSIB
For over a year now, nearly everyone working in construction in Ontario has been required to register with the WSIB.
Kemptville Task Force ready to work with new government
Options for a renewed Kemptville College to be presented July 16.