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White House chef to deliver OFA Short Course keynote
May 29, 2012, Columbus, OH — White House assistant chef and senior policy advisor on healthy food initiatives Sam Kass will deliver a keynote speech during the OFA Short Course.
Gearing up for 40th Landscape Ontario Congress
May 28, 2012, Toronto — Members of the Landscape Ontario Horticultural Trades Association will mark a milestone when they gather for Congress in 2013.
Canadians optimistic about the economy
May 25, 2012, Toronto — Canadians' consumer confidence took an encouraging jump in May, a sign that consumers may be feeling better about the economy heading into spring and summer.
Retailers need social responsibility strategy
May 25, 2012, Vancouver — As more U.S. retailers enter Canada, corporate social responsibility will become more important for both consumers and retailers, George Minakakis writes in the Vancouver Sun. | READ MORE
Toronto to host pop-up garden centre
May 24, 2012, Toronto — A new pop-up garden shop is sprouting in the heart of the city.
Retailers leveraging tablets to boost sales
May 24, 2012, Washington — Tablet computers are driving an increasingly large share of retailers' web revenue.
Retail signals modest growth
May 24, 2012, Ottawa — Canadian retail sales bounced back in March after a weak February, but figures looked soft, sending mixed signals about growth in the first-quarter of the year. | READ MORE
Eye tracking tech studies consumer behaviour
May 23, 2012, Vineland, ON — New technology at Vineland Research and Innovation Centre is helping decode consumer choices and grow market share for Canadian products.
Home Hardware and Tree Canada re-beautify Goderich
May 23, 2012, Goderich, ON — Home Hardware and Tree Canada came together over the weekend to re-beautify an area heavily affected by the devastating F3 tornado that struck southwestern Ontario last August.
Gardeners stock up over long weekend
May 23, 2012, Edmonton — Slightly cooler than normal temperatures didn't stop Edmonton's green thumbs from shopping for their favourite plants over the long weekend. | READ MORE