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Midland, Ont. adopts no-mow pilot project to help protect important pollinators

Having declared itself a “bee city,” Midland, Ont. is launching a pilot project to monitor the outcome of designated no-mow and reduced-mow areas.

Legal battle over Brantford’s Arrowdale Golf Course pending sale continues

The city has filed a reply to a leave of appeal motion to the Ontario Court of Appeal that was filed by Know Your City Inc., the community group opposed to the sale.

London launches pilot project to better protect its larger and older trees

Called the Veteran Tree Incentive Program, it will help homeowners maintain their trees longer and keep them protected against gypsy moths.

Warm March weather jump starts golf season in Windsor-Essex

The mild weather that hit southern Ontario this week has led to early golf course openings in Windsor-Essex. Fox Glen Golf Club in Amherstburg and Orchard View Golf Club in Kingsvile opened for play this week.
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SIMA Snow & Ice Symposium

July 27, 2021
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Oct 20-22, 2021
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