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Hamilton's new stadium will be called Tim Hortons Field for Tiger-Cats games.
Image courtesy TO2015

Canada’s coffee and donut giant has bought the rights to name the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (Ticats) new stadium Tim Hortons Field.


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A competition is being held at Montréal’s Botanical Gardens to showcase elaborate sculptures made of living plants.



More kids are playing golf this summer in Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.), thanks to the Golf in Schools program—an initiative by Golf Canada and Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) Canada, presented by Callaway.



A relocation strategy to reduce the number of Canada geese around parks and golf courses along the St. Lawrence River corridor in Ontario has been developed by Norm North, waterfowl specialist with the Canadian Wildlife Service, and the St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC).



Vancouver city council has voted to spend $10.5 million on a new master plan for the city’s Hastings Park, which includes new synthetic turf fields, greenways for park-wide pedestrian and bicycle pathways, and a rubberized surface running track.





September 18-19, 2013
Canwest Horticultural Show

Vancouver Convention Centre
Vancouver, BC

September 19, 2013
Snow and Ice Symposium

Landscape Ontario Home Office
Milton, ON

September 19, 2013
Sports Turf Association’s Field Day

Mississauga Valley Community Centre
Mississauga, ON

October 23-24, 2013
Landscape Ontario's Expo: Garden and Floral Expo

Toronto Congress Centre
Toronto, ON

October 23-25, 2013
Green Industry & Equipment Expo

Kentucky Exposition Center
Lousiville, KY


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