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Another extension of Ontario’s current lockdown could spell disaster for golf

There is talk that suggests the lockdown could be extended another two weeks beyond the May 20 end date, and even as much as another 30 days. A prolonged shutdown of golf and other tourism industries could create a domino effect throughout the local economy.

Alberta’s new golf-related protocols make it more difficult to book tee times

Although the Alberta government hasn’t quite followed Ontario’s lead in outright shuttering golf amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it has implemented some tough new protocols that have changed the way golfers are playing the game.

Turf Care Products Canada named as one of ‘Canada’s Best Managed Companies’

Turf Care Products Canada, a distributor of turf equipment, irrigation systems, golf cars, parts, accessories, and low voltage lighting products, has been named as one of Canada’s best managed companies.

Blue Jays charitable foundation helps to revitalize Gananoque, Ont. ball diamond

The Jays Care Foundation’s Field of Dreams program is contributing $100,000 toward improvements to the municipality’s Town Park Field.
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Five safety reminders for arborists

Whether an arborist is working in a bucket, on the ground or in a tree, safety is of utmost importance. » Read More

SIMA Snow & Ice Symposium

July 27, 2021
Location: Minneapolis, MN
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Oct 20-22, 2021
Location: Louisville, KY
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Landscape Congress

Jan 11-13, 2022
Location: Toronto Congress Centre
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