A wide variety of information about Grants and Contests that may be of interest to your community. Registration for the National Parks and Grounds Symposium is also open!
Communities in Bloom provides economic, social and environmental benefits i.e. providing best practices information, making the community more appealing to residents and visitors, to encourage conservation and sustainability of green spaces.
Registration at cibontario.ca
The program aims, in the spirit of commemoration, to engage communities throughout Canada to honour Veterans by means of remembrance gardens along with local activities. The gardens will involve the entire community to ensure that their meaning is known by all, particularly including activities with our youth.
2017 CIB ONTARIO FINAL RESULTS - CLICK HERE
Communities in Bloom Ontario is a program that inspires communities to enhance and sustain the visual appeal of neighbourhoods, public spaces, parks and streetscapes through the imaginative use of flowers, plants, trees and landscaping, through the preservation of heritage and cultural assets and with attention to environmental stewardship.
This year will be held at the Forest Golf & Country Inn on September 8th & 9th, 2017. The Lambton Shores Communities in Bloom Committee has a full schedule of events planned for the participating communities and looks forward to hosting you at this year’s Symposium. EARLY BIRD INCENTIVE! Register by JULY 31, 2017 for a chance to win a free CIB Ontario 2018 registration! REGISTER NOW!
Just steps from the majestic St. Lawrence River and the famous Thousand Islands you can find vibrant lifestyle amenities, as well as the 33,000 square foot marine discover centre and aquarium
Plan to attend the Communities in Bloom Ontario Symposium and Awards ceremonies, and a fellowship / golf day to be hosted by The Municipality of Lambton Shores.
Kingsville is a proud and growing community that flourishes with its continued small town feel. Together with their communities of Cottam and Ruthven, Kingsville is home to a warm climate and lengthy growing season that supports their year-round bloom.