2019 Toronto Zoo. Washed Ashore - Art To Save The Sea
- The Toronto Zoo presents Washed Ashore - Art To Save The Sea. - Exhibit of powerful art installations highlights the impact of plastic pollution as they are built completely from plastics found in oceans and waterways around the world. (The Toronto Zoo) - The Toronto Zoo today launched a new temporary exhibit called Washed Ashore – Art to Save the Sea. This unique exhibit educates about the negative and devastating effects of plastic pollution and aims to spark positive changes in consumer habits. This aesthetically powerful art installation ...Read More
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The Government of Canada Developing a Nationwide Code of Conduct to Eliminate Abuse in Sport
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The City of Toronto Welcomes the First of Three Collision Technology Conferences
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2019 Toronto Zoo. Washed Ashore - Art To Save The Sea (4K, images)
The Toronto Zoo today launched a new temporary exhibit called Washed Ashore – Art to Save the Sea.
2019 Canada Blooms. Gardens and Flowers (4K, images)
“A Family Affair” at Canada Blooms 2019. This year’s theme is inspire garden designers and builders to create acres of fun and interesting gardens that capture the imagination.
2019 Canada Blooms Floral Artist of the Year Competition. The Best Moments (4K, images)
Canada Blooms, Canada’s largest flower and garden show, is announced Bruno Duarte of Fresh Floral Creations as Floral Artist of the Year for 2019. Competing in the first live Floral Artist of the Year Competition at Canada Blooms on March 15th, Duarte crafted a stunning design to earn top prize of $1,000 and a coveted title
2019 Canada Blooms. Floral Alley (4K, images)
Canada Blooms is celebrating all things family with our theme “A Family Affair”, and we invite a select number of professional floral artists to go the extra mile and create a floral art piece that will represent what the Floral Alley Theme “We Are Family” means to them.
2019 Canada Blooms. Do Up The Doorsteps (images)
Bringing back the porch is a great way to extend your ‘living space’ and create room for all to enjoy.
2019 Canada Blooms. Balcony Showcase (images)
Canada Blooms promoting this year five landscape designers that will focus specifically on gardening in a 10’ x 6’ space and taking varied growing conditions into account.