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Calgary’s municipal golf courses report record number of golfers playing in 2021

About 260,000 people visited the golf courses this season, and John Faber, the city’s acting golf lead, figures the record numbers are likely a result of COVID-19, which has been “a bit of a blessing” for the golf industry.

Support for proposed Brampton cricket stadium only 31 per cent: poll of city residents

Almost 70 per cent of Brampton, Ont. residents are against the idea of building a new city stadium to be used primarily for cricket.

Ash borer populations on decline in Aurora, Ont. following treatment of trees

Aurora parks manager Sara Tienkamp said the chemical treatment has led to varying degrees of success, adding that the number of trees dying has stabilized and insect populations are on the decline.

Sports Turf Canada establishes scholarship in name of its founding president

The Michael J. Bladon Scholarship is named for Sports Turf Canada’s founding president who believed Canadian sports turf managers needed access to an association of their own as well as the professional development that such an organization provides.
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Health & Safety: How fall fatigue impacts outdoor workers

As days get shorter and cooler, workers in every setting often report symptoms of fatigue, such as feeling a little foggy, being mentally or physically tired at work, and struggling with motivation. » Read more...

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