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May News - Year of the Garden 2022
by Michel Gauthier - Canadian Garden Council
May 26, 2021

On May 10, we met with the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food to table our request for her to be a Champion of the Year of the Garden 2022 request for official government designation and financial support. Her response to our request was very positive. She accepted to put forth a motion to parliament to recognize 2022 as Canada’s Year of the Garden and pointed us toward a few programs for funding.

Government still needs to hear your voice

If you believe that Year of the Garden 2022 is a good thing for Canadians, if you have not yet done so, please express your support to your Member of Parliament for an official designation of 2022 as Canada’s Year of the Garden.

Contact your Federal MP today!!!

Remember: Time to Plan!!!

How can you, a member of Canada’s Garden-Family, benefit from the Year of the Garden 2022? If you want to benefit, we invite you to engage. It’s time to think about how you will celebrate, how will you engage your clients, what will be your special project, how will you engage with the nation-wide Year of the Garden 2022 marketing and promotional campaign. Are you joining Canada’s Year of the Garden 2022 celebrations?

The Garden-Family Resource Guide provides you with ideas, link to various tools and information to help you plan your participation

Check the website for the Resource Guide:

Support Keeps Coming

We keep receiving letters of support. We are happy to share them with you and quotes from them on the website

Founding Partner

“Canadians are showing a renewed passion for gardens and gardening not only for the beauty that they bring but also to address mental and physical wellbeing. As a leader in lawn and garden products, Scotts Canada Ltd. is proud to be a founding partner of the Year of the Garden 2022. We look forward to celebrating the wonderfulness of gardening and inviting all Canadians to join the garden family.”

Karen Stephenson ¦ Director,

Regulatory Affairs & Stakeholder Relations, Scotts Canada Limited

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