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City’s plan to rip up landscaping unnerves resident

A Montreal area woman is beside herself after spending about $40,000 in landscaping work to her front yard, only to learn the city plans to rip up part of it and leave her with the bill. She claims city officials got their wires crossed when issuing her with the necessary permits.

Oakville goes to court to fight for Abbey’s protection

A court application has been launched by the Town of Oakville to determine its rights and jurisdiction under the Ontario Heritage Act for the protection of the Glen Abbey Golf Course. The action comes in response to the desire by property owner ClubLink to demolish all but two buildings on the site and end Glen Abbey's run as an operating golf course.

Snow blowers accommodate skid steers, tractors

Loftness’ line of snow blowers accommodates many makes and models of skid steers and tractors. Each unit is built with heavy-duty construction for maximum reliability and high performance.

Councillors push for Brantford muni course renos

Potential renovations to Brantford, Ont.'s two municipal golf courses will be discussed by city councillors who will decide if the matter warrants inclusion in 2018 budget deliberations. Proponents of the renovations argue both Northridge and Arrowdale municipal courses are self-sustaining, and money poured into renovation projects is a good investment.
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Canada geese trying golf superintendents’ patience

Golf course superintendents in the Windsor, Ont. area are fighting a losing battle against booming populations of Canada geese. The birds aren't flying south during the winter months anymore, except during extreme weather conditions, and are content to take up year-round residence in Canada's "banana belt." » Read More

Landscape Ontario IPM Symposium

Jan. 8, 2017
Location: Cohen Ballroom, Toronto, Ont
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Landscape Ontario Congress

Jan. 9-11, 2018
Location: Toronto, Ont.
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