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Aug. 1, 2008, Toronto - Pressed with a sluggish economy and escalating living costs, Canadians are looking to the coupon for relief, according to survey results released today by North American target marketing leader ICOM Information & Communications (ICOM).
July 31, 2008 - Small business owners are notorious for not taking vacations. In fact, according to a survey on vacation time commissioned by Sam's Club, nearly 50 per cent of small business owners take only major holidays off or nothing at all. Read on to see how you can take a worry-free vacation. Susan Ward of About.com reports. | READ MORE
July 31, 2008, Toronto - The Toronto Botanical Garden is proud to present the fall season in its 2008 Edwards Lecture Series, supported by the Edwards Charitable Foundation.
July 28, 2008 - According to Nielsen Online, a service of The Nielsen Company, the Web plays an increasingly integral role in retail for brick and mortar retailers, even among purchases that occur in-store.
As greenhouse managers look to the future, considering where and how you find your talent will play a significant role in the overall planning process. The following are some ideas to consider when developing your workforce plans.
July 25, 2008, Ottawa — The Canadian Horticultural Council (CHC) has launched its On-Farm Food Safety (OFFS) Certification Program. Complete information for producers, storage intermediaries and packers interested in enrolling in the Program is available on the CHC website.
July 24, 2008 - At the beginning of July, Walmart unveiled its new logo - a rounder, softer look that rids the company of the dash or star dissecting the Wal and Mart in the previous logo. Experts examine the new logo and how it will affect the company. The Street.com reports. | READ MORE
July 24, 2008 - New Brunswickers are being asked to choose a preferred option to address the issue of landscape and lawn care pesticides use in the province. The Victoria Star reports. | READ MORE
July 22, 2008 - Flipping through Martha Stewart Living, O, The Oprah Magazine, or Better Homes and Gardens, you may have come across a little Nova Scotia creation. The Nova Scotia Chronicle-Herald reports. | READ MORE
July 22, 2008, Toronto - Lowe's Companies Canada announced plans yesterday to open three additional stores in Canada by the end of the fourth quarter of fiscal 2008. Stores are expected to open in Belleville, Whitby and South Windsor, Ont.
July 18, 2008, Marina Del Ray, CA — While most North American teenagers are dreaming about baseball and video games, 16-year-old Zac Sunderland recently set sail to attempt to become the youngest sailor to circumnavigate the globe alone. Over the next 12 to 14 months, Sunderland will travel more than 65,000 kilometres on his own, diverting to port only 12 times to replenish supplies, which will include a popular line of greenhouse vegetables.
July 17, 2008 - Canadian Tire opened the doors of its first two small market stores today with the grand opening of its store in Hearst, ON and the soft opening in Deep River, ON.
July 10, 2008, West Chicago, Il - Ball Horticultural Company and Summit Plastic Company announce an agreement to manufacture and market sustainable packaging options for the horticulture industry.
July 10, 2008 - Vancouver is in the middle of a green wall revolution. A record number of these environmentally friendly sustainable "living walls" - also called vertical gardens - are being built in the city. | READ MORE
July 10, 2008, Toronto - On Tuesday June 24, Queen’s Park was transformed into a sea of "Local Freshness". Pick Ontario, partnered with Foodland Ontario rallied together in handing out cut flowers in support of buying local flowers and potted plants.

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