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Golf associations in Saskatchewan want golf among first approved industries

Five professional golf associations, including the Saskatchewan Turfgrass Association, has asked the Saskatchewan government to declare golf as one of the first approved industries once COVID-19 restrictions are relaxed.

CFIB says provincial guidelines are vague for landscaping industry

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business argues that the Ontario government’s list of essential businesses provides vague information about how or if companies can operate.

Don’t cross the border: B.C. golf courses to Alberta golfers

British Columbia golf courses don’t want Alberta golfers playing on their properties any time soon.

P.E.I.’s list of non-essentials handcuffs landscapers, lawn care professionals

Lawn care professionals and landscape contractors on Prince Edward Island are limited to providing only two services after being declared non-essential by the provincial government.
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Blocking golf?

No valid case presented for blocking golf, says Edmonton journalist

Edmonton journalist Robert Tychkowski has sounded off to say that those opposed to allowing golf to be played during the current COVID-19 pandemic haven’t made a valid case. » Read More

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