Our Projects

Scarborough, ON

Green Cities Foundation teamed up with Scotts and the Boys and Girls Club – West Scarborough in 2022 to install four new raised gardens and planted veggies with the club kids.

Hamilton, ON

Working together with our major sponsor RBC Insurance, as well as the Barton Village BIA, Beautiful Alleys, The City of Hamilton, The Golden Horseshoe Chapter of Landscape Ontario and the Canadian Nursery Landscape Association membership, this #GreenMyCity project will create a natural landscape that will improve community health and well-being in the Barton Village Community.

Canada's Year of the Garden 2022

Places to go, things to see and do. The Year of the Garden 2022 will be an exciting time to experience and celebrate why Canada is known as a nation of gardeners and gardens.

Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove, NL

It won’t be long before Green Cities Foundation and Landscape NL Horticultural Association beautify another forgotten corner. This year’s Forgotten Corner is on the corner of Savage Creek Road and Logy Bay Road.

Burnaby, BC

Steamworks Brewing Company, Para Space Landscaping Inc., the British Columbia Nursery and Landscape Association and the Green Cities Foundation have partnered to renovate an ignored and underutilized area in Burnaby, BC to transform it into a public greenspace for the benefit and enjoyment of North Burnaby Neighbours and visitors of the area. Special thanks to the City of Burnaby and BC Hydro for their support of this project, providing the space and access.

Humboldt, SK

Landscape Alberta & Landscape Saskatchewan have partnered with the City of Humboldt, the Humboldt Hospital Foundation, Green Cities Foundation, Communities in Bloom and Scotts Canada to build a “Healing Garden” at the Humboldt Regional Hospital. This garden will not only serve as a place of relaxation and tranquility for those receiving treatment and care at the hospital, but as a memorial for lives lost in the Humboldt Bronco’s tragedy.

Bay Bulls, NL

In the spring of 2019 Landscape NL Horticultural Association (LNLHA) began a project “The Forgotten Corner”. The purpose of this project to provide a green space renovation to a “forgotten corner” in a Newfoundland municipality.