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Funding will help Aboriginal people get hort jobs

Unemployed Aboriginal people in a British Columbia region will be given government-paid training and work experience to tackle a variety of horticulture jobs, including golf course maintenance, landscaping, and greenhouse and agricultural work.

New synthetic turf fields coming to 5 Niagara schools

Five Niagara region high schools, including the new Greater Fort Erie Secondary School which is still under construction, will have new synthetic turf athletic fields, collectively costing about $5 million.

Environmentalists push for local trees

A project forged between the Town of Lincoln, Ont. and the Ontariogreen Conservation Area will ensure that trees that do not belong in a particular setting will not be planted.

Golf carts vandalized at Alberta course

About 50 golf carts parked inside the maintenance yard at the Gleneagles Golf Course in Cochrane, Alta. were vandalized sometime during the weekend following Remembrance Day.
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Should bunkers cease to be raked?

A Golf Digest article suggests that perhaps the game would be better served if bunkers weren't meticulously groomed on a regular basis, making them more like true hazards and freeing up money to be spent on more important matters. » Read more...

Landscape Ontario Congress

January 10-12, 2017
Location: Toronto, Ont. » >> Learn More