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Salt shortage due to truly Canadian winter
Supplier urging members to conserve rock salt and consider using available products until supply is replenished.
Urban Forestry toolkit now available
A new toolkit is available to help urban forest managers communicate the benefits provided by urban forest.
Municipality tree demand survey 2017
Survey helps to forecast tree demand of municipalities
Comment on proposed changes to pesticide licensing program
Give your feedback on proposed changes to the pesticide licensing program by March 2, 2018.
What you need to know about Bill 148
Answers to frequently asked questions about Bill 148.
Congress 2018 best booth winners
In Memoriam Florence de Boer
Florence de Boer passed away on Dec. 10, 2017.
In Memoriam John Zimmermann
John Zimmermann passed away peacefully on Nov. 24, 2017 at the age of 91.
In Memoriam Maria Putzer
Maria Putzer passed away peacefully on Nov. 27 with family at her side.
Woman of influence Monica van Maris award
Nominate now for The Monica van Maris Award.
Compass online health and safety tool
A new website allows users to look up health and safety statistics on individual companies.
A tree, a coin and a transformation
Limited edition coins are available to donors of $150 or more.
Tree donation inspires student learning
Trees donated to Catholic Elementary School in Oakville will be used as part of the curriculum.
Canadian Landscape Standard manual available at Landscape Designer Conference
Save on shipping and pick up the CLS January 8.
Request for Proposals to acquire CNLA roses
Rights to roses up for sale.
Plant propagators honour Keith Osborne
Osborne recognized for leadership and enthusiasm over the years with IPPS Eastern Region.
Landscape profession prepares for minimum wage increase
Landscape profession reacts to Bill 148.
Windsor hospice volunteer day
Join LO members for a clean up at the Hospice of Windsor on Oct. 28.
WSIB rates to rise marginally in 2018
Overall rates are going down, but not for landscaping.
Tips for email and account security
Change your passwords when you change your tires or change the clocks each spring and fall.
Where do LO dues dollars go
A breakdown of the various initiatives funded by LO member dues.
Ontario seeks input on green vehicle rebates for businesses
The Ontario government is seeking feedback on the Green Commercial Vehicle Program by Oct. 6, 2017.
Slips trips and falls safety blitz fall 2017
Ministry of Labour to conduct an inspection blitz on slips, trips and falls this October and November.
Quinte Botanical Gardens now open
Tourist attraction promotes the health and environmental benefits of gardens along the busy Toronto-Montreal corridor in Eastern Ontario.
Ottawa Chapter raises over $10,000 for CHEO
Proceeds from annual golf tournament benefit Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Foundation.
LO members win National Awards in 2017
International Landscaping and Garden Grove Landscaping recognized for excellence within Canada.
Garden Grove wins major awards at Montreal symposium
Brothers David and Paul Lammers recognized for excellence and safety.
Niagara Parks seeking proposals for Queen Victoria Park
RFP on concept master plan is open to landscape professionals until August 31.
Toronto Botanical Garden plans expansion
Expansion plans include an arboretum, space for community events and teaching gardens.
New Fusion Landscaping program
Apply now for this new certification program available only to members of Landscape Ontario.
Vimy oak planted at LO home office
LO's home office in MIlton now boasts a Vimy oak from Connon NVK.
Enduring distinction for Monica van Maris
Monica van Maris receives inaugural award named in her honour.
New equipment arrives at Parkwood
Parkwood Estates in Oshawa has brand new maintenance equipment thanks to a strong partnership.
Windsor Chapter unveils Legacy Garden
Founding members of chapter are forever recognized in garden.
International Landscaping adds HP campus to electric maintenance portfolio
Solar electric mower used to maintain property.
Smart Irrigation Month 2017
July is Smart Irrigation Month. Special tools and resources can help educate clients and employees.
BugFinder app now available for Android
Released earlier this year on iOS, the BugFinder app is now available at the Google Play Store for Android devices.
Summer weather poses hazards for outdoor workers.
Leaf blower best practices video
Always follow these guidelines when operating in commercial or residential areas.
Find out who’s eating your woody plants
New app can quickly diagnose pests in the landscape.
Ontario to increase minimum wage October 1 2017
Rate goes up to $11.60 per hour Oct. 1
Ontario Green Leaf Challenge
How many trees will you plant this year?
Canada 150 professional shirts
LO members can show their pride this Canada Day.
Fertilizer Placement Study
Improve nutrient management in container production.
The value of ORGCA membership
Benefits outweigh the cost of membership.
LO and Connon support terrace garden project
Pondless waterfall built at LO home office
Dozr wins $100K at Rev Demo Day
Member receives $100,000 prize.
Hermanns deflects union challenge
LO members win big at National Awards of Landscape Excellence
Irrigation group forms
Interested professionals must bill at least $1 million in irrigation service.
Member assists with local school garden project
Member recognized for biodiversity garden
Wright Landscape celebrating 50 years
International Landscaping launches electric maintenance crew
Wright Landscape celebrates anniversary
Quinte Botanical Gardens breaks ground
Living the dream in Quinte West
ESA says all landscape lighting installations require permits
Lighting installers should be aware of five key issues required by the ESA when installing outdoor lighting.
The Biowall: A natural air-cleaning system
An indoor ecosystem designed to improve air quality.
Irrigation included in overtime pay exemption
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