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CTV News covers ring’s return to Nutrite specialist

Nutrite technical support specialist Sean Kenny has been reunited with a long lost ring given to him 14 years ago by his parents upon his graduation from McMaster University in Hamilton, where he studied political science. The story of the ring's journey to Ontario – it was found by the owner of a British Columbia home where Kenny once lived – was chronicled by CTV News.

Calgary landscaper saves woman from burning car

A Calgary landscaper and snow removal contractor is being hailed for his bravery in saving the life of a woman trapped inside a burning car. Christian Prado spotted the burning vehicle during the early hours of Jan. 29 and cut the seat belt of the 21-year-old occupant to free her from the wreckage.

Home in McArthur probe may have buried secrets

The owners of a house under investigation by police in connection with suspected serial killer Bruce McArthur were allowed to briefly return home Thursday to collect some belongings and clear out their refrigerator of spoiled food. Police will be scouring the property in search of anything buried underground that could provide key evidence in the case against the suspected Toronto landscaper.

Flood, flash freeze hits Antigonish sports field

Heavy rains on Monday in Antigonish, N.S. caused a brook to spill its banks, flooding a sports field and parking lots. The situation was complicated by a flash freeze that followed. The field serves as the venue for the area's Highland Games.
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Hardscaping – March 2018

The March 2018 issue of Turf & Rec will feature a special supplement with a look at hardscaping. An important component of design/build landscaping firms, hardscaping topics in this special section will include excavation, base construction, basic paver installation and tools of the trade. >> More Information
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N.S. course slapped with huge environmental fines

Unauthorized construction over a wetland area has cost the owners of a Nova Scotia golf course $540,000 in environmental fines. The Aspotogan Ridge Golf Course near Hubbards will now be auctioned off after its owners said they couldn't afford to pay the large fines. » Read More

Western Canada Turfgrass Association conference

Feb. 14-16, 2018
Location: Richmond, B.C.
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Ontario Turfgrass Symposium

Feb. 21, 2018
Location: University of Guelph
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