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Mar 19, 2020
Start a home garden with seeds delivered from these Canadian sites | Etcetera - Daily Hive
For those of us who have a long list of dead plants to our name (RIP to all the overwatered cacti), Plant Collective, out of Toronto, Ontario, and West Coast Gardens, out of Surrey, BC, have pre-grown houseplants, air plants, and succulents to choose from.
All of these can be delivered to your door, along with the necessary accessories to set up the plant den you’ve been planning. Be sure to check their websites for tips on how to keep your green babies alive and thriving, even in the brittle Canadian winter.
With coronavirus on the rise, Health Canada is reminding individuals who attend events and large gatherings to monitor their health for signs and symptoms of COVID-19. And if you’re not feeling well, they recommend staying home at this time. Also, due to unexpected cancellations, please check the event you plan to attend is still taking place. Keep up with COVID-19 news here.
Dec 18, 2019
Caspian post new live clip for "Flowers of Light" - Next Mosh
BC Biltmore CabaretFebruary 9 Seattle, WA NeumosFebruary 11 Sacramento, CA Holy DiverFebruary 12 Long Beach, CA Long Beach Art Theatre—-March 31 Toronto, ON Lee’s Palace—-April 1 Buffalo, NY Rec RoomApril 3 Boston, MA The SinclairApril 4 Boston, MA The SinclairApril 5 Woodstock, NY ColonyApril 6 Philadelphia, PA Union TransferApril 8 New York, NY Le Poisson RougeApril 9 Washington, DC Black CatApril 10 Richmond, VA Gallery 5April 11 Asheville, NC The Grey Eagle TavernApril 12 Durham, NC Motorco Music HallApril 14 Atlanta, GA Aisle 5April 15 Orlando, FL The AbbeyApril 17 Nashville, TN Exit InApril 18 Louisville, KY Diamond Pub & Billiard Concert HallApril 19 Columbus, OH Ace of Cups—-June 1 Ferndale, MI The Loving TouchJune 2 Grand Rapids, MI The Pyramid SchemeJune 5 Chicago, IL Lincoln HallJune 6 St. Paul, MN Turf ClubJune 8 Denver, CO Bluebird Theatre
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10 stunning flower farms you can visit this summer across Canada - CBC.ca
May through mid-October. The farm shop offers a plethora of all-natural, handmade lavender beauty and food products. Truc Nguyen is a Toronto-based writer, editor and stylist. Follow her at @trucnguyen. Jun 22, 2019
‘Canada is sorry’: Raptors fan sends Kevin Durant flowers to apologize for cheering injury - Maple Ridge News
Monday, other fans redeemed the fans’ reaction.
NBC Sports reporter Jessica Kleinschmidt posted a photo on social media of a flower bouquet sent by a Toronto Raptors fan to apologize for cheering Durant off the floor.
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?”I hereby apologize on behalf of Canada — prayers for recovery,” the message with the flowers read.
Durant is not expected to return on Thursday when the Toronto Raptors take on the Golden State Warriors for Game 6 at the Oracle Arena.
"I hereby apologize on behalf of Canada — prayers for recovery."
A fan sent flowers to the Warriors apologizing for Canada's Kevin Durant cheers.
(photo via Warriors Offices)https://t.co/leFg16Sv8l pic.twitter.com/ULAxIjcCO7
— Jessica Kleinschmidt (@KleinschmidtJD) June 12, 2019
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Apr 27, 2019
The floral industry has a bad environmental track record. The 'slow flower' movement aims to change that - The Globe and Mail
Flowers Week came up with innovative ways to grab peoples’ attention, wowing them with blooms in unexpected places. One group decorated the entry of Toronto’s Gladstone Hotel with a lavish spray of hydrangea, gladiolas, roses and more. On Salt Spring Island in B.C., environmental artist Ingrid Koivukangas created a giant sunflower spiral on her 10-acre flower farm and in Nelson, B.C., two women transformed an alleyway into a floral/foraged retreat. Story continues below advertisement “We put a sign on Main Street and told people there was a surprise for them just a few metres away,” says Sarah Kistner, owner of Stone Meadow Gardens who created the elaborate installation called Field, Farm and Forest: A Celebration of the Canadian Landscape, with florist Kyla Jakovickas of Bellaflora Floral Design in Nelson, B.C. 'Floristry is big business worldwide and it’s hard to get people to rethink their ways,' says Natasa Kajganic, a member of the team behind Canadian Flowers Week. Prairie Girl Flowers Kistner used everything from blackberries, broom corn, wheat, amaranth, dahlias, grasses and chestnut pods in the installation. “Most of them don’t realize the variety of flowers that we can grow here. They see things on Pinterest and assume that’s what they have to have,” she says. “We showed them that Canadian-grown can be a very good thing, and maybe even more interesting.” Flowers have long been used as powerful symbols of change. In the 1960s and early 70s, Flower Power was a rallying cry for passive resistance. In 2015, a decrepit house in Detroit, which became known as Flower House, was filled with 4,000 blooms to show that abandoned properties blighting neighbourhoods could be put to far more productive uses. And two years ago, in New York, floral designer Lewis Miller used eye-popping “Flower Flashes” to raise awareness of the vast amount of waste in his industry. Using hundreds of blooms leftover from events, Miller created flower pop-ups in garbage cans, on sewer grates and over statues in Central Park. His message: reuse and recycle. Organizers of the first annual Canadian Flowers Week came up with innovative ways to grab peoples’ attention, wowing them with blooms in unexpected places. Rachel Ryall/Toronto Flower Market Two female entrepreneurs – one in Canada, the other in New York – have built businesses around flower event waste. ReBloom Flower Recycling – in Calgary and Toront... Mar 29, 2019
Liberty Health Sciences Receives Approval to Dispense Flower... - New Cannabis Ventures
TORONTO, March 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ – Liberty Health Sciences Inc. (CSE: LHS) (OTCQX: LHSIF) www.libertyhealthsciences.com (“Liberty” or the “Company”), a provider of high quality cannabis, announced today that it has received Florida Department of Health (DOH) approval to sell whole flower smokable products to patients in Florida, making it one of the first companies in the state to provide smokable medical marijuana in all of its dispensaries. The Company is awaiting DOH approval to provide pre-rolls to patients.
Patients who receive medical marijuana from their doctor will now be able to smoke the substance legally under a bill (SB 182) signed into law last week by Governor Ron DeSantis revoking a ban on smoking medical marijuana. More than 70 percent of voters approved a ballot measure in 2016 legalizing marijuana for medical use, but the Florida Legislature passed a bill a year later that banned it in smokable forms. The new law provides patients the ability to access medicine in...
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