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CGSA, OGSA teaming up to present in-person conference and trade show in January

The Canadian Golf Course Management Conference and Ontario Golf Course Management Conference will be held Jan. 18-20 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel.

Armstrong, B.C. councillor wants referendum for public to decide golf property’s fate

Plans to reduce the size of the Overlander Golf & Events Centre (formerly the Royal York Golf Course) in Armstrong, B.C., while adding 140 new housing units, should be left in the public’s hands to decide, a city councillor suggests.

Neighbours’ opposition to field’s upgrade plans leads to scaling back of improvements

The natural grass field, slated to be converted to an artificial playing surface marked for soccer and football, was originally perceived as a “festival site” – one that could stage such non-sporting events as graduations and plays.

Council backs re-designation bylaw to allow development at former Royal York golf course

The proposal to reduce the size of the golf course in order to accommodate additional housing had been a controversial topic in the community.
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Swift Current park getting new automated irrigation system; other parks to follow

The $70,000 system replaces a manual system at the park. Riverdene Park, Elmwood Park and Riverside Park have existing manual systems in place, but are expected to be converted in the near future to automated systems. » Read more...


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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