Where are the Judges?
- July 15-16-17: Rosemère, Québec / Valhalla Centre, Alberta / Prescott, Ontario / Coaldale, Alberta / Pincher Creek, Alberta
- July 16-17-18: Leamington, Ontario / Indian Head, Saskatchewan
- July 17-18-19: Bruderheim, Alberta / Merrickville-Wolford, Ontario / Brooks, Alberta
- July 18-19-20: Fogo, Newfoundland and Labrador / Killarney-Turtle Mountain, Manitoba / Kinistino, Saskatchewan
- July 18-19-20-21: Coquitlam, British Columbia
- July 19-20-21: Madawaska Valley, Ontario / Beaumont, Alberta / Boissevain-Morton, Manitoba / Yarmouth, Nova Scotia / Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, Alberta
- July 20-21-22: Maple Creek, Saskatchewan / International Peace Garden, Manitoba
- July 22-23: Springhill, Nova Scotia
- July 22-23-24: Hanna, Alberta / Bay Roberts, Newfoundland and Labrador / Lewes, Deleware, United States
- July 22-23-24-25: Edmonton, Alberta
- July 23-24-25: Alberton, Prince Edward Island / Castlegar, British Columbia
- July 24-25-26: South Huron, Ontario / Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland and Labrador / Barrie, Ontario / Millet, Alberta
- July 25-26-27: Petitcodiac, New Brunswick / Trail, British Columbia
- July 25-26-27-28: Calgary, Alberta
- July 29-30-31: Reford Gardens, Québec
- July 29-30-31 August 1: Wood Buffalo, Alberta
- August 1-2-3-4: Sarnia, Ontario
So much more than just flowers
Communities in Bloom is about greening through environmental, natural heritage conservation and horticultural actions that involve citizens, businesses, institutions, and municipalities. The program is focused on environmental stewardship through enhancement of green spaces.
Welcome to the 24th Edition of Communities in Bloom.
We welcome all the participating communities in the 2018 Communities in Bloom program which includes the Provincial and National Editions, the International Challenge and promotional and educational programs offered by our sponsors and partners.
We encourage non-participating communities to learn more about the CiB program and to hopefully realize the many benefits that are achieved from participating.
We hope that you will join us for the 2018 National Symposium and Awards Ceremonies that will be held in Strathcona County, Alberta, September 26-29 with the theme of “Seeds for the Future”; several days of relevant topics and discussions, technical tours, entertainment and celebrations.
On behalf of the Board of Directors of Communities in Bloom, I would like to thank all those involved in the continued success of the organization. The commitment of local, provincial and national volunteers, the support of elected officials and staff of municipalities, the dedication of our volunteer judges, staff and organizations along with the contribution of our sponsors and partners are helping to make our communities cleaner, greener, more environmentally sound and better places in which to live, work and to visit.
“Within the context of climate change and environmental concerns,
communities involved in the program can be proud of their efforts,
which provide real and meaningful environmental solutions.”