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Gypsy moth egg-scraping contest aims to slow invasive species’ spread

An Ontario-wide contest has been set up to encourage residents to monitor their properties for the presence of European gypsy moth egg masses.

Late spring start didn’t hurt golf season at North Bay-area golf course

The late start to the 2020 golf season wasn’t really a factor in the North Bay, Ont. area. Not being able to open at its normal time due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Osprey Links Golf Course likely wouldn’t have opened until mid-May anyway due to a cold and wet spring.

Vandals damage local cemetery turf twice within nine-day period

Twice within the past couple of weeks, someone has vandalized a local Waterford, Ont. cemetery, tearing up sod in a motor vehicle.

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Golf study report: game generated $18.2 billion in 2019 in economic benefits

Golf is big business in Canada, according to results from a 2019 study done for the National Allied Golf Associations (NAGA) of which the Canadian Golf Superintendents Association is a member. » Read More

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