October 2021Previous Issues
Landscape Ontario is making gains in the fight against winter maintenance liability issues
To advocate for legislative change regarding snow and ice related liability, Landscape Ontario has partnered with Earnscliffe Strategy Group.
Top national landscape and horticulture awards announced for 2021
Winners of the National Awards of Landscape Excellence (NALE) were announced Sept. 15, 2021.
Lawn Troopers is GROWing its ranks
During the first year of Landscape Ontario’s GROW: Incumbent Worker Training Program, Lawn Troopers manager Sherry Young nominated team member Jessie Leslie.
Landscape Ontario announces seminar lineup for 2021-2022
With a new graphical chart based layout, the guide includes a listing of more than 50 in-person sessions for all levels of landscape and horticulture professionals.
Virtually connect to experts from around the world at the Congress Conference
Landscape Ontario’s virtual Congress Conference will offer attendees the opportunity to learn from experts from around the world in 2022.
Ken Jewett honoured with lifetime achievement award
The Canadian Museum of Nature has honoured Ken Jewett, founder of Maples Leaves Forever (MLF), with its 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award.
Ontarians see the value of workplace health and safety
Hiring the right person for the job takes time, money and resources — and these days, prospective employees are looking at more than just the salary.
Flooding in the Netherlands drowns multiple tulip bulb crops
Rising waters have left a path of destruction across the region, including decimating dozens of crops and tulip bulb farms.
Ontario looks to harmonize head protection requirements
The Ontario government is examining changes to head protection requirements for workplaces that fall under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
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