Canada's Premier Horticultural Trade Publication since 1979
None of your business
By Lee Ann Knudsen
Financials are deep secret top classified.
New Products 2016
What's new for 2016.
Road To Success
Quality, service and selection
By Rod MacDonald
The keys to competing with box stores
Taking the guesswork out of change
By Mark Bradley
Now, with the start of a new year, we’ll examine how to use some simple numbers to manage expansion or contraction of your company and how to better ensure profits in times of change.
Workplace accidents: a sobering case
By Rob Kennaley
Passed in March of 2004, Bill C-45 established new legal duties for workplace health and safety, and imposed serious penalties for violations that result in injuries or death.
CNLA News March 2016
News from the federation of Canada's provincial trade associations.
Dutchmaster Nurseries wins AIPH bronze
Brougham, Ont.,-based Dutchmaster Nurseries earned bronze in the finished plants and trees category at the 2016 International Association of Horticulture Producers (AIPH) International Grower of the Year Awards.
New JCB outlets in Alberta and Saskatchewan
Tingley’s Harvest Center is partnering with JCB at its Lloydminster, Alta., head office and its North Battleford, Sask., satellite location.
Former AIPH president dies
Dr. Doeke Faber, president of the international Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH) from 2003-2012, died Jan. 4, 2016 after a long battle with cancer.
Anemone ‘Honorine Jobert’ named Perennial Plant of the Year
The Perennial Plant Association named the anemone ‘Honorine Jobert’ as its 2016 Perennial Plant of the Year.
Strong turnout for Congress 2016
New products, services, suppliers and relationships were the main draws for more than 12,000 attendees at Canada’s largest green industry trade show.
Canadian green professionals to tour Israel
John and Kelly Schroeder of Valleybrook Gardens in Abbotsford B.C., and Niagra-on-the-Lake, Ont., will host a horticultural tour through Israel from Oct. 24 to Nov. 7
Canada Blooms celebrates 20 years
Canada’s largest flower and garden festival celebrates its 20th anniversary March 11-20 at Toronto’s Enercare Centre. Once again co-locating with the National Home Show, the theme of Canada Blooms 2016 is “It’s a party.”
New staff member at Landscape Trades
Scott Barber recently joined the Landscape Trades team in the role of assistant editor.
JCB names new VP of Manufacturing
JCB North America has appointed Tim Witter as its vice president of manufacturing.
Top notch staff key to conquering rapid growth
Brian Dougherty finds a fulfulling career in the landscape profession after a stint in the restaurant business.
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